NCIG provides a wide range of opportunities for employees

NCIG is invested in its employees’ health, well being and professional growth by offering a diverse range of careers and opportunities.

Our teams consist of tradespeople, technicians, engineers, accountants, administration, business improvement, HR, safety, environment, procurement and logistics professionals, who are all passionate about their work and adding value for the benefit of our customers.

We are committed to supporting the prosperity of Newcastle and the Hunter region through our recruitment and selection approach to promote local opportunities. We also believe that local employment is critical to maintaining a responsive and agile workforce, and is a key principle in our strategy to optimising sustainable operations. It is also important to us that we provide opportunities for quality employment within our local community.

From time to time, we advertise for various positions which have become available. If there are no current listings, please ensure you check back again soon.

To view the position advertisement, simply click on the job title. When applying for a position, please include a covering letter and a current resume outlining your skills, qualifications and employment history.

Positions Available

Contracts Specialist

 An exceptional opportunity is now available for an experienced Contracts Specialist to join our team. Apply Now! 

Reporting to be Commercial Manager, the Contracts Specialist provides advice and guidance on contract preparation and administration, as well as developing procurement strategies and contract management plans in line with NCIG’s overall strategic direction. This is a senior role accountable for managing all facets of the contracting life cycle including tendering, evaluations, negotiations, awards, risk management, claims, and disputes. 


Senior Structural Engineer

Join an innovative team that is generating strong economic benefits for the Hunter Region with great employee benefits! Apply Now! 

The Senior Structural Engineer is responsible for maximising plant reliability in the short term and asset integrity longer term to ensure service delivery standards can be maintained throughout all stages of the plant life cycle. Reporting to the Engineering Manager, the Senior Structural Engineer manages a small group within the Assets and Infrastructure Department. 


Finance Business Partner

A new opportunity to join an organisation built on people who work together as a team and are committed to continually improving our business. Apply Today!

Reporting to the Finance Manager, the Finance Business Partner is an integral member of the Finance team and collaborates with Seniors Leaders to develop their financial acumen and ownership of their respective budgets. The role partners closely with department heads as a trusted finance advisor. Join our dynamic team of highly skilled professionals operating one of Australian’s leading coal export terminals.