Co-op Student, Chemical or Electrical Discipline
Co-op Student, Chemical or Electrical DisciplineDo you want to help feed the world? Grow your career with Agrium!Every day atAgrium, 16,000 colleagues work hand-in-hand to find solutions to sustain our world food supply for an ever-growing population. Get your career started with your feet firmly planted on the ground with development opportunities, networking opportunities and a chance to really make a difference. Growth is whatAgriumis all about
we put as much care into our employees growth as we do our products. With our aggressive business strategy, we can offer you exciting opportunities to nourish your lifestyle and grow your career. Not to mention working for a world market leader and award-winning top employer. All while helping feed the world. Need we say more?This position term will begin in May2017for 8 months.Possible Locations our co-ops will be at:- Conda Phosphate Operations – IdahoPotential Disciplines we would be looking for:- Chemical & Materials Engineering- Mechanical Engineering- Electrical Engineering- Mining EngineeringQualifications:- Demonstrates a safe working attitude and supports our Commitment to Zero initiative;- Preference is for 3rdor 4thyear students who have previously completed a Co-op term- Demonstrated time management skills to meet deadlines as well as flexibility to adapt to changing priorities;- Effective interpersonal and communication skills which are essential for interacting with all levels of the organization;- Well-developed problem solving, organizational and analytical skills;- Effective writing skills including report writing and audit file documentation;- Strong computer skills;- Able to work as an effective and contributing member of the team or independently as the need arises.Why Agrium:- Agrium was awarded The Canadas Top Employers for Young People- An organizational culture that promotes corporate social responsibility, with a vision to help feed the world responsibly in ways that protect the environment, support economic vitality, and enhance communities.- Opportunities to volunteer and have fun with events such as the United Way Campaign and Corporate Challenge.- A Young Professionals Network (YPN), helping our emerging professionals to connect, network and build a solid foundation for their career and gain a deep understanding of Agriums core business- Extensive on-the-job learning in an environment that encourages development and builds your technical skills.- Competitive wages.Are you eligible?Co-op students must be working towards a Chemical, Materials, Mechanical, Electrical, or Mining Engineering degree at a post-secondary institution and enrolled in a co-op program, and returning to full-time studies upon completing their work term.