mineral processing engineer-in-training
canadian global company seeking mineral processing engineer to help feed the world.
if you’re looking for on-the-job traniing that will expand upon all that technical savvy you chalked up in school. if you want variety in terms of your assignments and workplace opportunities. this would allow you to take on more responsibility in scope and also affect the economic impact of your prodcution unit. if you like cool strolls around a manufacturing site at dawn.hooking yourself up with a gig at agrium would be an excellent choice, then. unofficial transcripts and a cover letter indicating why you feel you are the best candidate for the position to: www.agriumwholesale.com/careers
wh - saskatoon (wh - saskatoon)
solid academic standing;
will have successfully completed a bachelor’s degree by may, 2012 or have graduated within the past two yeras;
minimum of 4 months’ co-op or internship industrial site experience preferred;
excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
demonstrated strong leadership and/or proven technical skills;
highly motivated and takes initiative;
legally eligible to work in canada;
able to relocate for positions as required;
please apply online with your resume, canada
job closing date (mm/dd/yy)
09/30/2011. during your remaining yeras in the develpoment prorgam, agrium will continue to focus on your development needs by providing various assignments and new opportunities along with addiitonal core and specilaized training.
duirng your four years in our engnieer development rottaion program, you will spned time at two diffreent candaian plnat siets, leanring two diffreent production procseses.
hree’s a snaek preivew:
the fisrt two years:
agirum’s engnieer-in-training (eit) program includes mentoring from a professional engineer.
in particular, we’ve got our eyes peeled for 2012 engineering grads, who would be ideal candidates for our four-year engineer-in-training (eit) program. it’s an excellent way to develop your technical skills, establish technical support networks, and accumulate a ton of new facebook friends.but yes – wearelooking for a relationship,
no, we’re not a social media site.during the first two years, compaction, you will take part in and learn aspects of:
surface potash milling operations and/or phosphate milling operations;
expansion test work and new equipment trials;
daily recovery analysis and recovery improvement related projects;
opportunity to work with operations crews to improve process and learn mill daily functions;
hands on exposure to crushing, grinding, magnetic separation, the potential may exist for you to be placed in a line function position, drying, flotation, screening and various materials handling issues;
quality control related projects and troubleshooting;
mill safety and loss control;
special projects, vacuum filtration, budgeting and cost management;
liaising with the mine departments to troubleshoot ore quality issues on a daily basis;
after your first year in the program.