Frequently Asked Questions
How and where do I get access to the jobs that you are currently recruiting for?
All of our jobs are posted under the Job Listings page on our website. As well as our website we post vacancies on SEEK, Indeed and Linkedin
Alternatively, you can call any of our offices and speak directly to a consultant within our 4 divisions; Engineering |Rail | Mining | Construction
Once I apply to a 2XM Job, what is my expected response time?
2XM Consultants endeavour to get back to you as quickly as possible once you have applied for a role. However, depending on the volume response (which can be 100+ per job), it can delay the process. Typically, within a week you should receive a response. If you don’t, we encourage you to reach out to the relevant office for an update on the vacancy – details below.
Once I start a job with 2XM how often do I get paid and how do I log my timesheet?
The pay frequency with 2XM typically depends on how you’re engaged but the most common is weekly pay for our casual workforce. Our payroll team (based in Sydney), run payroll by COB Wednesday meaning at the latest, you will receive your pay by COB Thursday, each week. We encourage all employees of 2XM that have direct debits or standing orders to have these scheduled on the Friday of each week.
Once I finish an assignment with 2XM, what happens next?
As part of the off-boarding process with 2XM, your Consultant will endeavour to source you alternative employment commencing as close to possible to your end date on the previous assignment. This isn’t always possible but we will do our best. In the event we’re unable to find you a new assignment immediately, you will remain on 2XM’s database and will be contacted as and when new “relevant” opportunities come up.
As we do get a very high volume of responses to adverts, we always encourage you to keep an eye on our website vacancies and other advertising platforms.
If I have questions or am unsure about something with during my employment with 2XM, who do I speak to?
At the start of your assignment, you should be in regular contact with the Consultant that has placed you in the role. First port of call is your Recruitment Consultant. If they are not available, please contact the office in which they are based and someone will be able to help you.
Where are you located and how do I contact you?
See below for our contact details and office addresses’ in each state.