It’s easy! Go to our Career Opportunities webpage to search for jobs and apply online in your relevant country/region. When you find a position for which you are qualified, Click Apply for the position and create a new profile. If you are a returning applicant, log on using your email and password to apply.
Due to the global nature of our business, we only accept resumes and applications online at DynoNobel.com/Careers. If you don’t have the internet at home, you can submit your resume from any place with internet access including public libraries, community colleges, and internet cafés.
Our website allows you to fill in your application in several steps. While you are entering details, click the "Save draft" button.
Please apply online in the first instance and if your application is successful you will be contacted directly by a member of the recruitment team.
Dyno Nobel is a global company and we are always looking for employees with the required skills and experience for the advertised role. Please make sure you meet the visa requirements for the country in which you are applying for.
The recruiters, hiring managers and support officers may see your profile.
You are able to set up job alerts specific to your needs through the careers pages, once you have registered and setup your candidate profile.
You can apply for any available roles for which you have the required skill and experience.
We usually give candidates a window of 2 weeks to apply. Some roles may stay open for a longer/shorter period of time, please check the application's close date.
New vacancies are posted regularly onto the careers page, often daily, so check frequently.
Applications are stored in our systems database; after the closing date they are evaluated and a shortlist compiled of suitable candidates. Applicants selected for the shortlist will then be invited to attend an interview. You can log-in to your profile and update your details or see your progress at any time.
Australian Indigenous Employment Program: The Indigenous Employment Strategy in Australia is a key business imperative in the Dyno Nobel journey to becoming a better business, embracing diversity as an integral step in becoming that a smarter, better business. Employee Family Program: The Dyno Nobel Family Program is an online support service run by our partner Seventeen Hundred, specifically designed to assist parents with children aged 0-18 years to achieve a healthy work-life balance, and can help with a range of queries and concerns, including child care, schooling and parenting.
Dyno Nobel recognises the importance of promoting an environment of continuous learning. As outlined in our Global Recruitment and Selection Policy, Dyno Nobel recognises that an existing employee may elect to professionally request to move in a new role in Dyno Nobel and where possible, Dyno Nobel will support and facilitate the internal movement of an employee to a new role. In supporting an employee’s request to move internally, Dyno Nobel is aiming to 1) promote an environment of continuous learning, 2) assist employees to develop professionally, 3) improve the recruitment procedure and retention of employees, 4) improve the productivity and job satisfaction of employees.
Dyno Nobel is a great place to work. We understand that shaping our future organisation means taking care of our employees and developing their skills to create business sustainability and strength.