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Current opportunities to join us

We employ a wide range of occupations including:

  • Engineers: mining, mechanical, electrical, gas
  • IT: spatial information, computer systems engineers, web designers, graphic designers, data base support, application support
  • Science: environmental, rehabilitation, geoscientist, geologist, occupational hygienist, gas chemist, hydrographer, microbiologist
  • Valuers
  • Surveyors, cartographers, urban planners
  • Corporate:lawyers, financial managers, human resource management, administrators, executive assistants, communication specialists, policy officers, project leaders, customer services
  • Native title legal advisors, negotiators, assessors
  • Auditors, investigators

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Our capability framework

To determine your suitability for a role with our department, you will be assessed against the core capabilities in our capability framework (PDF, 1.1MB) .

The individual role descriptions provided for each vacancy detail the capabilities required for the role's key duties and accountabilities.

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Last updated: 3 December 2015


The Department of Natural Resources and Mines is an economic development agency that enables the productive and responsible use of our natural resources – water, land, mineral and energy resources – to generate wealth and prosperity for current and future generations of Queenslanders.

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