Overseas Graduate Career Opportunities – Australia

Overseas Graduate Career Opportunities – Australia
Reference: 009-0810AH
Salary: AUD
Start: ASAP

Overseas graduate career opportunities for YOU to begin a successful career in Australia!

Our client is looking for young innovative individuals who will be responsible for studies into sustainability and productivity within the minerals industry.

This opportunity extends to all graduates in the following fields: Read More


Jade is an ornamental stone. The term jade is applied to two different metamorphic rocks that are made up of different silicate minerals:

Nephrite consists of a microcrystaline interlocking fibrous matrix of the calcium, magnesium-iron rich amphibole mineral series tremolite (calcium-magnesium)-ferroactinolite (calcium-magnesium-iron). The middle member of this series with an intermediate composition is called actinolite (the silky fibrous mineral form is one form of asbestos). The higher the iron content the greener the colour.

Jadeite is a sodium- and aluminium-rich pyroxene. The gem form of the mineral is a microcrystaline interlocking crystal matrix.

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Thorium Replaces UraniumThe craft of stonemasonry (or stonecraft) has existed since the dawn of civilization – creating buildings, structures, and sculpture using stone from the earth. These materials have been used to construct many of the long-lasting, ancient monuments, artifacts, cathedrals, and cities in a wide variety of cultures. Famous works of stonemasonry include the Taj Mahal, Cusco’s Incan Wall, Easter Island’s statues, the Egyptian Pyramids, Angkor Wat, Borobudur, Tihuanaco, Tenochtitlan, Persepolis, the Parthenon, Stonehenge, and Chartres Cathedral.
Stonemasonry is the craft of shaping rough pieces of rock into accurate geometrical shapes, mostly simple, but some of considerable complexity, and then arranging the resulting stones, often together with mortar, to form structures.
Quarrymen split veins, or sheets of rock, and extract the resulting blocks of stone from the ground. Read More

Iron Ore Company of Canada

Iron Ore Company of Canada was founded in 1949 from a partnership of Canadian and American M.A. Hanna Company. It is now owned by a new consortium, including the Mitsubishi and Rio Tinto corporations.

Based in Montreal, Quebec, IOC currently has mining and concentrator operations in Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador, and operates the Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway to ship ore concentrate from the mines to the port of Sept-Îles, Quebec.

During 1977 to 1983, the president of the company was Brian Mulroney, who later served as Canadian Prime Minister from 1984 to 1993.

The industry and market of Iron Ore is an investment in the long run no doubt. Because Iron Ore is a key commodity in steel making, anything that has to do with steel, such as the cars we drive and other ways of transportation, would not be possible without it. Read More