Current Opportunities

    To help us maximise our enormous potential, we are seeking dynamic and skilled applicants for the following vacancies.  Please send your CV to


    • Proven project controls professional with planning expertise
    • Project Delivery, Construction, Commissioning and Operations Handover
    • Construction ready, world-class mineral sands project, situated in Gascoyne region of WA

    Strandline Resources is on an exciting trajectory from explorer to mineral sands producer. The strategic plan has it advancing the Coburn mineral sands project in Western Australia (with key development approvals in place and project financing and early works execution activities underway). The Company is also undertaking extensive exploration and evaluation activities along the coastline of Tanzania, including at the Fungoni and Tajiri mineral sands projects in Tanzania, creating a potential pipeline of project and operational opportunities.

    The Company is now looking to appoint a highly skilled and experienced project planning-scheduling professional with Primavera P6 and MS Project. To be considered you will need to be able to demonstrate significant “hands on” experience in the areas of project controls and planning of major mining projects through the development phase, including detailed engineering, procurement, construction and operations readiness phases.



    • Meal preparation and service including early morning, midday and evening meals to camp residents and visitors;
    • Maintain clean and tidy accommodation and food servery areas;
    • Undertake re-order of consumables and food to maintain adequate stock of food, perishables and cleaning products to maintain camp;
    • Maintain daily list of camp visitors and special meal requirements; and
    • Report any damage or defects to any camp equipment.

    Place of work is Coburn Homestead exploration camp at the mine site, located 240km North of Geraldton. The camp is a caravan style with a maximum of 12 workers with a typical average of 6 people. The preferred candidate will have experience in working well in small teams with minimal supervision. The role would suit a candidate who has experience working on sheep stations – possibly as part of a sheep shearing team. Rates to be discussed on interview.

    The Roster will be 3 weeks on, 10 hours per day with rest period mid shift (14th day) and 1 week off.

    Company to provide travel to and from the Site from Geraldton or the candidate may drive in and out with the Company re-imbursing for fuel.