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Recruiter Information Session: Algoma

Monday, February 12, 2018
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
University Community Centre (UCC)
Room: 210

For over a century Algoma has a proud history and strong traditions of being an industry leading manufacturer of hot and cold rolled sheet steels in carbon and high strength low-alloy grades and we are Canada’s only plate producer.  We are integral to the making of many of our modern day buildings, products and appliances. Our steel is used in construction, mining, manufacturing, automotive, shipbuilding, energy resources including renewable energy and military applications throughout North America. 

Today’s steel industry is rapidly evolving and so are we, bringing new products to market that our customers need for their success.  We are inviting everyone who has a talent and drive for superior performance, a desire to be part of a team of steel industry professionals focused on transforming our company to continue our century long tradition of delivering high quality steel products to our customers, improving the quality of life for our community, demonstrating industry-leading environmental stewardship and providing rich and rewarding careers for our employees.

An advanced manufacturer of steel with strong environmental and safety performance, an excellent profit sharing program, and an agile service orientation, Algoma is a place where you can enjoy a rewarding career in a community that delivers superior quality of life.

Using a blend of ingenuity and science, Algoma engineers are challenged to solve complex problems on a grand scale.  Career opportunities exist in the following engineering disciplines:

Their Graduate Engineer Trainee (GET) Program offers high potential engineer graduates an opportunity to build a career in steel.  Through nine value-chain rotations, special projects, and professional development opportunities, our GETs have a unique opportunity to gain valuable experience whilst pursuing their professional engineering designation.

Target: Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Metallurgical, Process/Industrial engineering undergraduate students

Paul Perret

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