Fender Geophysics is looking for casual field staff on geophysics crews. The role offers great opportunity for travel as we undertake surveys all over Australia and have offices in Sydney and Airlie Beach.
The majority of surveys are in NSW and Queensland.
The survey locations can be remote. Field stints can be up to 4 weeks. Crew stay in a range of types of accommodation from tents in field camps to country pubs and motels or mine site accommodation.
Once on a survey all meals and accommodation are paid for. Travel to site is paid for though employment is usually ex the location of employment being Sydney or Airlie Beach preferably.
Applicants must have a current drivers licence and be comfortable driving in Australia.
Preference is given to:
• People with an interested or educated in geoscience. Geology, geophysics, geotechnical.
• People with an engineering background.
• People with an electrical or mechanical trade.
• Practical people who like to engage with a team.
NB: Despite the remote nature of the work and that it is in the field of mining and minerals exploration it is ineligible as specified for work for your second year 417 visa.
However if you have completed the specified 88 days this could be right up your alley.
Postcode: 2064 (Artarmon, New South Wales)
Not a backpacker? That's ok. We accept applications from Australian citizens, permanent residents, international students as well as working holiday visa holders. If you are qualified for this position, please register and apply via the form below.
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Member since: August 2018
Fender, based in Sydney though undertakes geophysical surveys in remote areas all around Australia as well as overseas. We are focused on the the discovery of new mineral deposits.
A fantastic opportunity to travel to places few people get a chance to visit.
Mining, Resources & Energy