Graduate opportunities with Glencore
With a focus on local talent from regional communities, the program combines structured, professional development with on-the-job experience and mentoring.
“This year, over 100 new graduates have already joined Glencore, bringing our current total of graduates to more than 220,” regional human resources lead Jodie Hope said.
“We’re looking for bright, curious and confident people across many disciplines. These range from engineering, environmental science, geology and geophysics to information systems and IT, accounting, community relations, human resources, and occupational health and safety.”
Mining engineer Ashleigh Ventura (pictured below) started with Mount Isa Mines’ copper business in North West Queensland as a graduate.
“The Graduate Development Program broadens young Australians’ opportunities with a lot of career progression if they’re willing to see a bit more of the country,” she said.
“It means the world to me to do something I love getting out of bed every day to do.”
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