• Process Engineer Co-op Student

    Job Locations CA-BC-Richmond
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    Lafarge is recruiting a summer Co-op with Process for our Cement Plant located in Richmond, BC.



    The scope of this position includes all activities necessary to improve the efficiency and/or effectiveness of the major equipment and also of research studies, project definition, and implementation


    • 3rd year or final year Chemical Engineering / Engineering Technologist program Student.


    • The incumbent must have the ability to handle stress and demonstrate communicational, organizational, and analytical skills for both technical knowledge and human assets.


    Personal Traits:

    • Well organized/methodical
    • Ability to multi task
    • Ability to formulate and ensure completion of plans
    • Must work well under pressure and be adaptable to overtime where required to meet deadlines
    • Ability to form effective working relationships


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