AMMA – The Australian Mines and Metals Association
AMMA, the Australian Mines and Metals Association
, is Australia’s resource industry employer group, a unified voice driving effective workforce outcomes.
AMMA has been serving the resource industry for more than 90 years, with its membership comprising the majority of resource industry employers operating in Australia.
Members include companies directly and indirectly employing more than half a million people working in:
- and suppliers to these industries.
AMMA works with its powerful network of like-minded companies and resource industry experts to influence policy development and lobbying, provide workforce consultancy services, engage in training and development, develop widespread industry initiatives and host valuable industry leadership events.
Visit the AMMA web site for more information: www.amma.org.au
Why was AMMA miningoilandgasjobs.com created?
AMMA miningoilandgasjobs.com was developed to address industry concerns about skills shortages and in response to the National Resources Sector Employment Task Force (NRSET) recommendations.
As a result, industry employers and jobs candidates now have one dedicated place where they can connect and for the first time jobs seekers can access comprehensive information online about every aspect of working in the sector.
Workplace Relations, Human Resources and Employment Law
AMMA’s team of professional consultants and lawyers provide cost-effective advice on all workplace relations
, human resources
and employment law
Through many collective years of resource industry knowledge and proven experience, AMMA has dealt with all types of complex workforce strategies and provided advice and assistance through each stage of the resource business cycle.
Training and Development
AMMA designs and delivers industry-specific training and workforce development courses to develop the skills and knowledge of employees in the resources and allied industries.
Experienced resources experts deliver flexible and customised courses in capital cities, regional centres and on-site for AMMA members.
AMMA is also a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
Recruiting and integrating skilled workers from overseas into a business can be a complex and daunting task.
AMMA understands the specific needs of resource industry companies in relation to skilled migration and has taken a key role in lobbying for improved migration conditions that meet the needs of members.
AMMA is actively involved in industry consultations and regularly attends industry briefings held by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) to ensure clients have the latest information about government processes and regulations.
Communications and Public Affairs
AMMA’s communications and public affairs service provides access to strategists to develop and implement targeted media and communications plans for any workforce challenge.
AMMA’s experts can assist with employee engagement and communication, countering responses from external stakeholders and the development and production of campaigns.
AMMA utilises its unique position as the resource industry employer group to provide communications and public affairs specialists with extensive experience in the workplace relations environment.
Melbourne (Head office)
Level 10, 607 Bourke Street MELBOURNE VIC 3000
(03) 9614 4777
(03) 9614 3970
Services for members in the Northern Territory are provided by the Perth office.
7th Floor, 12 St George’s Terrace PERTH WA 6000
(08) 6218 0700
(08) 9221 5422
Level 6, 232 Adelaide Street (PO Box 2933) BRISBANE QLD 4000
(07) 3210 0313
(07) 3210 0291
Level 13, 59 Goulburn Street SYDNEY NSW 2000
(02) 9211 3566
(02) 9211 3077
Level 6, 41 Currie Street (GPO Box 2883) ADELAIDE SA 5001
(08) 8212 0585
(08) 8212 0311
Level 3, 85 Macquarie Street (GPO Box 1236) HOBART TAS 7001
(03) 6270 2256
(03) 6270 2257