Graduates/Students

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Graduate Career Package

We know everyone is unique and what works for one person is not going to suit another. That is why our mining specific career guidance service has 3 different levels. The content and approach is developed on a case by case basis, centred on your individual requirements.

Our mining career guidance and HR Services team comprises of experienced Recruiters, mining experienced personnel qualified in Human Resources and Career Development, as well as mine site experienced Managers and Supervisors.

This is an incredibly focussed service.

Some of the career guidance topics we can discuss include;

  • Your transition from university to real mining work
  • Identifying skills, attributes, competencies and relevant experience
  • Identifying your ‘employability’ rating
  • Establishing goals and careers options
  • Discussing the mining and resources industry
  • Doing real occupational research and identifying mining companies and operating mines in alignment with your career goals
  • Networking using LinkedIn
  • Networking events
  • Targeting applications/companies
  • Interview coaching/preparation

This is a highly-targeted service that matches you, your skills, your education and your wishes, against practical, real time observations, into where the real mining and resources industry jobs are. 

Other targeted services include:

Details of packages

Option 1:

  • Two career guidance sessions
  • CV and LinkedIn profile development
  • Harrison Assessment careers package

Option 2:

  • Two career guidance sessions
  • CV and LinkedIn profile development
  • Harrison Assessment careers package
  • Your job tool box development

Option 3:

  • Four career guidance sessions
  • CV and LinkedIn profile development
  • Harrison Assessment careers package
  • Your job tool box development

For a confidential discussion please connect with our Career Services Consultant, Gail.

Gail Rogers

Gail Rogers
Senior Consultant - Candidate Services & HR Consulting
gail.rogers@miningpeople.com.au
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