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Freight rail company Aurizon will cut 14 jobs from its central and north Queensland operations, but will also create four new positions.
Aurizon released a statement confirming the cuts.
"In total, 14 contract roles will be impacted across three Aurizon sites: Pring (two roles) Jilalan (ten roles) and Coppabella (two roles)," the statement said.
"Four new roles have also been created in Jilalan, so the total reduction of roles at the site is six.
"Aurizon will work with impacted employees to identify possible opportunities for retraining, transfer, redeployment and voluntary relocation and other measures that may avert or mitigate the adverse effects of the changes."
Pring is in the Bowen area, Jilalan is in the Sarina area and Coppabella is 150 kilometres south-west of Mackay.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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