JOBS: Adani recruiting to fill dozens of positions

JOBS: Many jobs are up for grabs, with positions available in Townsville and Bowen.
JOBS: Many jobs are up for grabs, with positions available in Townsville and Bowen. Contributed

IT IS just the beginning, according to Adani.

The Indian energy giant hopes to generate significant employment opportunities for regional Queensland on the back of approved for its proposed Carmichael coal mine in the Galilee Basin.

Almost two dozen jobs have been advertised across the state, with positions available in Townsville and Bowen as well as in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

Last week, Adani launched its newest tool to help job seekers find work the Carmichael mine.

Job seekers who are interested in applying for positions can register for free through Adani's online portal, where they will receive emails notifying them of job vacancies.

Visit the portal HERE

Carmichael Rail Project-Townsville

Safety Systems Manager (0101)

Approvals Specialist (0102)

QA/QC Manager (0103)

CAD Operator (0104)

Carmichael Mine - Mine / Townsville

Package Engineers (0201)

EIC Engineer (0202)

Water Engineer (0203)

Designer/GIS (0204)

Draftsman (0205)

Document Controller (0206)

Procurement Specialist (0207)

Manager-Mine Construction (0208)

Manager HSQ (0209)

Construction Superintendent (0210)

Environmental Superintendent (0211)

PMO Office - Townsville Project Control Manager (0301)

Project Accounting Manager (0302)

Adani Port - Bowen

Operations Interface Manager (0401)

Contracts Manager (0402)

Project Controls Manager (0403)

Project Planner (0404)

Position Descriptions for Port roles can be obtained by emailing

Other - Brisbane Melbourne Sydney

Senior Commercial, Investment & Infrastructure roles


Position Descriptions for the above roles can be obtained by emailing

For all other Position Descriptions: email Please include your latest resume, a cover letter and details (including reference number) of the position you are applying for.

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