Work with us
Ignite your career with HMG. At the heart of our success is our people.
Our team encompasses a wide range of backgrounds, professions and experiences. We celebrate the diversity of our team, while working as one HMG. We support our position as industry leaders by providing professional growth opportunities and encouraging our people to learn.
We are looking for Fitter and Turners, Fitters, Machinists, CNC Machinists, Hydraulic fitters, Boilermakers, and Welders. If you have a Certificate III in Engineering (Fitter and Turner, Fitter, Mechanical, or Fabrication) check our job board or send us your resume.
Why work with us
At HMG, we are committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for all. Founded on the belief that all incidents and injuries can be prevented, our health and safety program was developed in accordance with ISO 45001:2018 and is subject to regular third-party audits to ensure standards are maintained.
HMG’s long proud history of heavy engineering and manufacturing.
We are constantly focused on and investing in the best equipment to complete our client’s projects. You will be working with state-of-the-art equipment including the largest CNC grinder in Queensland.
We want our employees to feel like they’re growing and moving forward in their careers. That’s why we have a performance management framework that encourages managers and employees to meet regularly to discuss progress, capabilities, ambitions, and development opportunities.
We know that continual learning and development is a key part of job satisfaction and career progression—and it helps us retain top talent!
Work with a company that values everyone.
Investing in our business means having the best employees and equipment. That is how HMG continues to deliver high-quality outcomes for our customers and has average employment of 16 years.
HMG’s customer Newcrest Mining had an ongoing issue with OEM manufactured hydraulic cylinder eye cores cracking during operation on their excavators.
Our client, Hall Contracting, were conducting a dredging operation in Spoilbank Marina, WA where they were using a Liebherr P9350 backhoe dredge to relocate more than 120,000m3 of material over a six-month period.