At Exceptional Tuition and Resumes we specialise in writing resumes for tradesmen, FIFO workers and any other personnel going to the mines, construction or oil and gas industry. Whether you are an entry level worker or experienced tradesman we can update and tailor your resume and create a cover letter for any of these key trade industry roles:

- Administrator
- Apprentice
- Boilermaker
- Carpenter
- Chef
- Civil Construction
- Cleaner
- Commi Chef
- Concreter
- Cook
- Crane Operator
- Dozer
- Driver
- Dump Truck
- Engineer
- Fabricator

- Fixed Plant
- Forklift Operator
- Formwork Carpenter
- General Management
- Haul Truck
- Labourers
- Leading Hand
- Logistics
- Machine Operator
- Manager
- Marketing
- Mechanical Fitter
- Mechanic
- Mining
- Mobile Plant Fitter
- Mobile Plant Operator
- Payroll
- Peggy

- Plant Operator
- Plumber
- Poly Welder
- Project Engineer
- Project Manager
- Rigger
- Safety Advisor
- Sales Manager
- Sales Representative
- Scaffolder
- Steel Fixer
- Storeman
- Superintendent
- Supervisor
- TA - Trades Assistant
- Traffic Control
- Warehouse
- Welders


If you are going to the Mining Industry we can help you

The mining industry is one of the most competitive and highest paid industries in Australia. As a result of mining employs many people and the mining industry is attractive for many male and female jobseekers. Therefore, it is very important to stand out when applying for mining jobs. Recruiters are often overwhelmed all the time when a job is advertised and have limited time to review mining job applications. As a result, without a professional resume writer, most resumes are only skimmed over. Only well written and key word optimised resumes will be chosen for short listing as recruiters only want to interview people who appear well experienced, well positioned and confident for the job. Therefore, at Exceptional Tuition and Resumes we create targeted resumes and cover letters which specifically state which job you are applying for and exactly why you are the best candidate for a mining job. We get straight to the point as professional resume writers.

10 of the Most Common Things Recruiters look for in a Construction, Mining or Oil and Gas Resume

  1. Detailed experiencing

    A detailed, clear and easy to understand resume that lists the genuine responsibility you experienced in your previous employment. Not just only listed a non-specified role.

  2. A list of your tickets

    A list of your industry and position relevant licences, certificates, qualifications or machinery certificates including the date it was obtained and your provider

  3. Stability and reliability

    Demonstration that you are reliable and have exercised a stable work history

  4. Good professional references

    Having previous supervisors and managers to be your referees on your resume. Choose people who are speak highly of you and provide their name, position, company, phone number and email

  5. Experience of physical labour

    A list of your previous experiences relating to your physical and practical job. For instance, labouring, construction or framing or show that you have volunteered in labouring position. Demonstrate that you are physically fit and capable for the job.

  6. A clean driving records

    Display your clean driving record, driving licences and capability to operate transport and logistical equipment and machinery.

  7. Evidence of good physical health

    A list of your experiences that can show you are physically capable of working for long hours and without any drug or alcohol issues.

  8. Your commitment

    State why you are specifically interested in the company, project and profession

  9. Transferable skills

    Show what transferable skills you have for any workplace field and your understanding of safe work performance.

  10. A clean social media presence

    Finally, recruiters check your social media account. Therefore remove anything that could damage your reputation or public image.

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