Luele offers more than 100 job vacancies


Luele Mining Company has made available 119 job vacancies in various specialties to reinforce the existing workforce and boost work at the mine.

According to the head of the provincial services of the National Institute for Employment and Vocational Training (INEFOP) in Lunda-Sul, Constantino António, the vacancies available are for service assistants, hygiene and safety at work, firefighters, industrial lubricators, truck drivers, industrial welders, fuel pump and drainage operators.

Constantino António said that forklift operators, treatment machine operators, technical maintenance, safety engineers, mineralogists, environmental and quality specialists, IT specialists, geologists, petrographers, electromechanics, mining planning technicians and hydro-technicians will also be needed.

The official stressed that interested candidates should go to INEFOP with their documents in order to register, which must be submitted by Wednesday, April 3rd.

Applicants should bring their identity card (ID), two passport-sized photographs, a certificate of academic and professional qualifications and an unemployment card.

Considered the largest diamond project in the country and the third largest kimberlite in the world, Luele is a kimberlite deposit mine, which in the first phase could reach just over one million carats a year and gross revenue of 60 million dollars a year.

The mine began prospecting between 2007/2008 and plans to employ 1,30 workers in the first phase, out of the 1,500 planned.

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