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Graduate: Mineral Processing  [March 30, 2020]

Location: Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Finding and developing our future leaders is something we're passionate about at Anglo American. We offer permanent opportunities to graduates who want to have a smarter future within mining. Initially, you will be offered a two year graduate program with up to 2 different locations in Queensland (two twelve month placements). You have the chance to make a difference to real projects and the opportunity to work across open cut and underground mining, putting you on the fast track towards a successful career in the mining industry.

Our Australian team consists of over 4,000 talented mining professionals committed to our graduate programs that are specially designed to recognise your individuality, springboard your career, harness your natural talent and help you develop lasting networks.

Job Description:

As a Graduate Mineral Processing Engineer within Anglo American you will learn how to evaluate new and different technologies with a focus on reducing processing variability and improving the process capability. You will also have the opportunity to Analyse and improve processing systems to minimise lost opportunity in coal recovery and production volume.

If you are ready to make the most of everything you've learned so far, ready to be challenged, ready to work together with industry leaders, be a part of a supportive environment and a vibrant Graduate community and ready to take the first step towards a successful career in the mining industry, Anglo American is ready for you.

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