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Australian Mining Mine Surveyor and Employment

Mine companies commonly employ surveyors to create detailed maps of mine surroundings, to help prepare the area before mining starts, or to restore the site after work is completed. A mine surveyor will also spend time underground to make sure the mine stays within the plans. If this sounds like something you'd be interested in, Mining Australia can tell you everything you need to know about what a mine surveyor does, and what you need to do if you want to be one.

We have information on what training and qualifications are required, where to find courses near you, the salary you can expect, what the living conditions are like, and many other aspects of mining work. If you want to be a mine surveyor but don't have the relevant experience, the team at Mining Australia can offer advice and guidance that will tell you what you need to do to work towards a job like this. You may be able to find an apprenticeship that will allow you to eventually become a qualified mine surveyor, but we can help you find out more about this option if this is your desired path.

Considering there is a large number of mine sites located throughout Australia, there may be a mine surveyor role near your home town. Otherwise you may be interested in a fly in/ fly out (FIFO) position. A typical day for a Mine Surveyor would include operating 4 WD vehicles to reach remote places, using a GPS navigational system to locate sites of interest, perform gridding, extensive map use and monitor mining operations. This job has excitement and variety, and comes with an attractive salary and opportunity for advancement.

If you're not experienced or qualified as a mine surveyor, you might be interested in applying for a job as a field assistant, as this lets you work towards a role as a mine surveyor. Mining Australia can fill you in on all the details regarding mine surveyor jobs and other positions in the mining industry. Our experienced team has reliable and relevant information that could increase your chances of getting in to the mining industry. We'll even look over your resume and offer advice on how you can make it more professional if needed, to give you every chance of being successful in securing interviews. Don't wait to get started, there are mining jobs out there that need you!

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