Rio Tinto Welcomes Fifteen New Graduate Engineers to Gladstone

Rio Tinto Welcomes Fifteen New Graduate Engineers to Gladstone

Rio Tinto has welcomed 15 new Graduate Engineers to its Gladstone operations.

The Graduate Engineers are working across various areas of the business and in fields of engineering including automation, electrical, information systems, mechanical, mechatronics, and process/chemical.

Eight of the graduates are based at Queensland Alumina Refinery (QAL), five at Yarwun Alumina Refinery (Yarwun), and two at Boyne Smelters Limited (BSL). They join 12 other Rio Tinto Graduate Engineers already working at Gladstone.

Rio Tinto Master Coach and former BSL General Manager Joe Rea said “We are delighted to welcome these 15 talented graduate engineers and look forward to seeing them make significant contributions to the future of our business and local community.”

Rio Tinto’s two-year Graduate Programme gives exceptional graduates an opportunity to immediately experience real work, develop technical expertise, learn from industry-leading professionals and start a career in an industry that improves life for millions globally.

Rio Tinto congratulates and warmly welcomes its 2020 intake of Graduate Engineers:

QAL – Aidan Hankinson, Cameron Burt, Duta Adyatma, Jack Hendy, Katie Genn, Lucia Mora, Michael Genn, and William Lambre

Yarwun – Adam Rankin, Amy Zander, Bede Bouzaid, Gerald Chan, and Katherine Collyer

BSL – Gabrielle Bennett, and Zixuan Wang.