You want hands-on experience working on real projects, right from day one. Work that changes and challenges you, provides mentors and leaders to learn from – work that is exciting. At the same time, it’s important to work for a socially responsible company that takes care of its people, its communities and the environment.
Sherritt can offer you many ways to explore the world. Now the only question left to ask is, what path will you take?
SHARP is an accelerated career development program for engineers and scientists that offers the unique learning experience of working across Sherritt’s varied operations over a three-year period - including one international assignment. It provides a hands-on role where you can work alongside great mentors and experienced leaders.
Upon completion of the three-year program, candidates will move onto the next stage of their career in a division of Sherritt that matches their interests and abilities with the needs of the business. SHARP offers engineers and scientists the unique learning experience to work in the following industries: Metals, Technologies, Oil & Gas and Power.
Recent graduates or post-graduates who have completed engineering or science degrees within the last three years from an accredited Canadian program in any of the following disciplines:
SHARP assignments will integrate candidates into existing teams in order to foster technical learning and interpersonal development. Additional classroom learning will be scheduled for business-related education, such as project management, leadership development, general finance and accounting, and other skills.
SHARP roles include positions across Sherritt’s businesses and may involve assignments in plant operation, a project, technology development or business development.
Depending on the successful candidate’s area of study, assignments could take them to Sherritt’s nickel refinery or Technologies Division in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta to Calgary or Cuba to work in the Oil and Gas Division, or Madagascar for an international assignment.