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exceptional future

We are committed to developing opportunities for women across our operation.

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Across Hancock Prospecting

In 2015 Roy Hill mine became the first megaproject to be built, financed and run by a woman.

Roy Hill, Atlas Iron and our Hope Downs mine partnership with Rio Tinto contributed to Australia’s $154.2 billion in iron ore exports in 2021.

The Roy Hill Remote Operations Centre at Perth Airport is housed with state-of-the-art technology to control rail, port and mine operations from Perth and develop the energy technology of the future.

Our Remote Operations Centre (ROC) was built with global best-in-class innovation.

The female participation rate across the Hancock Prospecting’s operations are higher than the industry standard of 20% and growing.

Our trainee programs for maintenance and operator roles attract close to 50% women.

Our recent trainee program for train drivers has 83% female participation.

Women at Roy Hill work at the only mine in the world where technology and operational responsibility join in the battle against breast cancer.

Mrs Gina Rinehart AO established Australia’s first breast cancer foundation in the early 1990’s, in recognition of the one in seven Australia women who are diagnosed with breast cancer over their lifetime.

Women at Roy Hill and Atlas Iron are earning nearly twice as much as women in hospitality and administration, giving them the opportunity to build a strong future.


We are committed to developing opportunities for women across our operation.  Join us to continue building an exceptional future for our great nation, and to set yourself up now and into the future.

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