Australian gold companies recognise the COVID-19 pandemic represents an unprecedented global challenge that requires all members of society to come together.
The industry is working closely with local residents, Indigenous peoples, health authorities and State and Federal Government officials to protect its workforce, suppliers, service providers and surrounding communities, while continuing to safely produce gold during this challenging time.
The gold industry provides the economic lifeblood to many regional Australian communities, with gold miners paying hundreds of millions in taxes and royalties each year to build vital infrastructure and fund essential community services.
Providing jobs in a time where many other sectors are forced to suspend operations is supporting families and communities across the nation and is ensuring aid relief can continue to service our society’s most vulnerable.
Learn more about gold’s response to COVID-19
Read the latest update from the Department of Health.
Questions and Answers:
How do I apply for a gold job?
From the Homepage’s job spotlight, click on Apply for this Job button underneath the job listing.
From Search Jobs, open a job listing and click on Apply for Job button on right side of the listing.
Do I need a Job Seeker account?
No, but it is useful! Having an account saves you time searching by receiving an email alert for the job types you are most interested in. You will also receive a regular email update on gold job news, employment tips and career events.
How do I create a Job Seeker account?
How can I keep up to date with the latest career events, tips and industry updates?
What career programs does the gold industry offer?
Workplace programs in Australia’s gold sector can include apprenticeships, traineeships, internships, graduate roles and vacation work. There are also opportunities to acquire a scholarship, upskill, receive further industry training, network and develop. Explore the tabs under Get Into Gold to learn more!
Where can I find out about the emplooyers in Australia’s gold industry?
Learn more about Australia’s gold industry employers by visiting the Companies page.
I am new to the gold industry, where can I find out more about the roles and opportunities in gold?
I am a graduate, what opportunities are available to me?
I am a students, what opportunities are available to me?
Learn more on our Students page, which includes gold experiences you can access along with the types of subjects most important to study now! Also check out scholarships, vacation work, traineeships, apprenticeships and graduate programs.
I am a teacher, what opportunities are available to me?
See more on our Teachers page, which includes free learning resources and classroom activities. Also sign up to our Teacher news for the latest resources and information.
Are there any opportunities for Indigenous people?
Australia’s gold industry employers have strong relationships with traditional owners, and their operations in or near Indigenous communities provide the local people with employment, education or training opportunities, infrastructure, support for social programs, scholarships, networking and further assistance. Discover more on our Indigenous page.
How do I list a job?
Job listings are managed by employers. Employer accounts are available only to Gold Industry Group (GIG) members. Discover the benefits of joining the GIG and help us to champion Australia’s gold sector.
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