Wednesday, December 19th, 2012 - Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance
Today the Resources Engineering Skills Alliance (RESA) gave the South Australian resources sector their first preview of Hot Rubble, their newly developed resources careers website (

Hot Rubble is a first for South Australia, being the only South Australian focused careers site for the resources sector, featuring projects, training and career pathways at all levels which will assist to spread the benefits of the SA resources sector to all South Australians.

“Hot Rubble is RESA’s opportunity to open up the possibilities that the resources sector provides to all South Australians,” Phil de Courcey, CEO of RESA said. “By highlighting careers, training required, and where in South Australia you might work within the resource sector we aim to streamline and demystify employment options.”

“Tonight the site is being previewed to the South Australian resources industry in order to gauge their feedback and comments to optimise the site to the highest degree for those in the community looking for a career in the resources sector.”

“Hot Rubble will be a dynamic website, growing and changing to meet the needs of job seekers and the South Australian resources sector,” Mr de Courcey went on to say.

“The site will be launched to consumers at the RESA Skills and Workforce Summit in Adelaide on the 21st February 2013 and a communications and site marketing will begin at that point”.

For more information regarding, please contact RESA on:7325 8555 or [email protected]

For more information regarding the RESA Skills and Workforce Summit on the 21st of February 2013, please visit or contact RESA on: 7325 8555.

Contact Profile

Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance

The Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance (RESA) was established in 2007 to collaborate between industry and the SA State Government as a strategic response to skills shortages in the Resources sector.

RESA joins forces with stakeholders to address:

• Skills and training needs
• Workforce planning
• Workforce development
• Retention strategies, and
• Act as an advocate for the resource sector

We identify the gaps in the skilled workforce and find ways to fill them by conducting programs that provide skills and training opportunities and encourage new workers into the resources sector.

By conducting programs that provide skills and training opportunities; we aim to retain existing workers and encourage new employees into the resources sector.

RESA also completes research, contributes to policy development and facilitates, brokers and manages the delivery of projects to increase the number of skilled people in the sector.

Phil de Courcey RESA CEO
P: 08 7325 8555
M: 0423 791 460


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