Expression of interests sought for GFG opportunities
The GFG Alliance Pipeline Program’s Australian 2024 recruitment process is underway with the opening of an Early Careers Expression of Interest.
The Pipeline Program reached a new milestone in 2023 with more than 220 apprentices, graduates, vacation students and trainees added to our Australian operations over the past three years.
Our LIBERTY Primary Steel, SIMEC Mining and LIBERTY Bell Bay operations have already started the search for next year’s intake of trainees.
Complete with a QR code for ease of use, these expressions of interest are open to any person who would like to register their interest for an early career.
Positions will be available out our LIBERTY Primary Steel operation and SIMEC Mining (iron ore) operations in Whyalla, our SIMEC Mining (coking coal) operation at Tahmoor in NSW and our LIBERTY Bell Bay ferroalloy smelter in Tasmania.
The breadth of our manufacturing and mining operations provides participants in the Pipeline Program with an opportunity to work in, and learn about, a range of different occupations and disciplines at our sites.
This is a chance to get in early and register your interest before we start advertising for these positions that range from apprenticeships and traineeships to the vacation and graduate program. When we post our adverts, each person that fills out an expression of interest will be further notified with a link to the positions.
Along with the QR code you can also use this link to access the same online expression of interest form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=XdDGj6zVl0uypphEKXAsiihO0KigGzFMsc4XqdJubSxUQTQ4MUQ5RjU3QjdSTTZFUFYwWjNQNkNUVi4u
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GFG growing its skills base in Whyalla
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