Materials/Process Tech Intern at Lhoist

Company Name: Lhoist
Website: www.lhoist.com
Title: Materials/Process Tech Intern
Location: Irving Texas Lab
Description:  About Lhoist North America

Lhoist North America engages in extracting, manufacturing, and marketing lime-based and clay mineral products in North America. The products include high-calcium and dolomitic limestone products, quicklimes, blended quicklimes, hydrated limes and lime slurries, as well as specialty clays. Products are used in steel, construction, environmental/flue gas desulfurization, metal and mining, municipal, and pulp and paper markets, giving the company a diversified customer base and solid market stability.

Founded in 1966, Lhoist North America is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with 50 operating locations in United States and Canada. Lhoist North America is a subsidiary of The Lhoist Group, a long standing privately-held global organization started in 1889 and headquartered in Belgium.

The Lhoist Group, a family-owned company, can trace its roots back to the nineteenth century when in 1889 Hippolyte Dumont opened a factory in Belgium. In just over a century, the firm has spread internationally: first to France in 1926 on the impetus of the founder’s son-in-law, Léon Lhoist. He developed the company further by acquiring lime, limestone and dolimite plants in Belgium and France. During the last 35 years, the fourth generation of shareholders has pushed the business consistently further under the leadership of Baron Berghmans, the company current Chairman. Today, Lhoist is a world-leading producer of lime, dolime and minerals that operates more than 90 manufacturing plants in 25 countries and has close to 6,000 employees of around 40 nationalities.
Lhoist North America is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Desired Majors: Geography, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology, Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering
Minimum Qualifications: Comfort around management
Professionalism
Written & verbal communication skills
Presentation skills
Basic safety training
Prioritization skills
Critical thinking skills
Time management skills
Project management skills
Preferred Qualifications  Requisition #: r-000433

Responsibilities & Expectations

• Complete project(s) outlined in the Project Plan developed by management.
• Be flexible; able to support team in handling “short/no notice” demands.
• Proactively seek work and opportunities to learn.
• Professionally communicate with various levels in the organization.
­ Openly communicate with your manager and/or mentor regarding project status, roadblocks encountered, and goals met.
• Work in an efficient and effective manner, helping to continuously improve processes at your work location.
• Assimilate to LNA culture by:
­ Displaying our corporate values of Respect, Integrity, and Courage.
­ Working safely (possibly around heavy equipment).
­ Being a valued team member.
• Formally present project overview to Senior Leaders at Intern Closing Session and to local management at the close of the program.
• Be curious and eager/open to learning new skills.
• Participate in all Intern Program related activities (i.e. orientation, mid-term session, closing session, completion of forms, etc.)

Attributes
• Strong analytical skills.

• Curious & open to feedback.
• Positive and proactive attitude.
• Able to interact with different levels of seniority.
• Effective communication; both orally and in writing.
• High learning agility.
• Languages: English is mandatory. Bilingual a plus.
• Willingness to travel, if necessary.

Required Experience: No prior internship required, but preferred. Leadership experience is a plus.

Required Education: Completion of 2 consecutive years of college level coursework in related field required.

To apply for this position and/or to obtain more information, click here.

 Application Deadline: 11/30/2016
Position Type:  Paid Internship
Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits: competative
Application Process: https://lhoist.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/USA—Texas—Irving/Materials-Process-Technician-Intern_R-000433-1
Additional Details: Lab Work

Process Engineer Intern at Lhoist

Company Name: Lhoist
Website: www.lhoist.com
Title: Process Engineer Intern
Location: Fort Worth Texas
Description:  About Lhoist North America

Lhoist North America engages in extracting, manufacturing, and marketing lime-based and clay mineral products in North America. The products include high-calcium and dolomitic limestone products, quicklimes, blended quicklimes, hydrated limes and lime slurries, as well as specialty clays. Products are used in steel, construction, environmental/flue gas desulfurization, metal and mining, municipal, and pulp and paper markets, giving the company a diversified customer base and solid market stability.

Founded in 1966, Lhoist North America is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with 50 operating locations in United States and Canada. Lhoist North America is a subsidiary of The Lhoist Group, a long standing privately-held global organization started in 1889 and headquartered in Belgium.

The Lhoist Group, a family-owned company, can trace its roots back to the nineteenth century when in 1889 Hippolyte Dumont opened a factory in Belgium. In just over a century, the firm has spread internationally: first to France in 1926 on the impetus of the founder’s son-in-law, Léon Lhoist. He developed the company further by acquiring lime, limestone and dolimite plants in Belgium and France. During the last 35 years, the fourth generation of shareholders has pushed the business consistently further under the leadership of Baron Berghmans, the company current Chairman. Today, Lhoist is a world-leading producer of lime, dolime and minerals that operates more than 90 manufacturing plants in 25 countries and has close to 6,000 employees of around 40 nationalities.
Lhoist North America is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Desired Majors: Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering
Minimum Qualifications: Comfort around management
Professionalism
Written & verbal communication skills
Presentation skills
Basic safety training
Prioritization skills
Critical thinking skills
Time management skills
Project management skills
Preferred Requisition #:r-000432

Responsibilities & Expectations

• Complete project(s) outlined in the Project Plan developed by management.
• Be flexible; able to support team in handling “short/no notice” demands.
• Proactively seek work and opportunities to learn.
• Professionally communicate with various levels in the organization.
­ Openly communicate with your manager and/or mentor regarding project status, roadblocks encountered, and goals met.
• Work in an efficient and effective manner, helping to continuously improve processes at your work location.
• Assimilate to LNA culture by:
­ Displaying our corporate values of Respect, Integrity, and Courage.
­ Working safely (possibly around heavy equipment).
­ Being a valued team member.
• Formally present project overview to Senior Leaders at Intern Closing Session and to local management at the close of the program.
• Be curious and eager/open to learning new skills.
• Participate in all Intern Program related activities (i.e. orientation, mid-term session, closing session, completion of forms, etc.)

Attributes
• Strong analytical skills.

• Curious & open to feedback.
• Positive and proactive attitude.
• Able to interact with different levels of seniority.
• Effective communication; both orally and in writing.
• High learning agility.
• Languages: English is mandatory. Bilingual a plus.
• Willingness to travel, if necessary.

Required Experience: No prior internship required, but preferred. Leadership experience is a plus.

Required Education: Completion of 2 consecutive years of college level coursework in related field required.

To apply for this position and/or to obtain more information, click here.

 Application Deadline: 11/30/2016
Position Type:  Paid Internship
Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits: competitive
Application Process: https://lhoist.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/USA–Texas—-Fort-Worth/Process-Engineer-Intern_R-000432

Plant Intern at Lhoist

Company Name: Lhoist
Website: www.lhoist.com
Title: Plant Intern
Location: Nolanville Texas
Description:  About Lhoist North America

Lhoist North America engages in extracting, manufacturing, and marketing lime-based and clay mineral products in North America. The products include high-calcium and dolomitic limestone products, quicklimes, blended quicklimes, hydrated limes and lime slurries, as well as specialty clays. Products are used in steel, construction, environmental/flue gas desulfurization, metal and mining, municipal, and pulp and paper markets, giving the company a diversified customer base and solid market stability.

Founded in 1966, Lhoist North America is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with 50 operating locations in United States and Canada. Lhoist North America is a subsidiary of The Lhoist Group, a long standing privately-held global organization started in 1889 and headquartered in Belgium.

The Lhoist Group, a family-owned company, can trace its roots back to the nineteenth century when in 1889 Hippolyte Dumont opened a factory in Belgium. In just over a century, the firm has spread internationally: first to France in 1926 on the impetus of the founder’s son-in-law, Léon Lhoist. He developed the company further by acquiring lime, limestone and dolimite plants in Belgium and France. During the last 35 years, the fourth generation of shareholders has pushed the business consistently further under the leadership of Baron Berghmans, the company current Chairman. Today, Lhoist is a world-leading producer of lime, dolime and minerals that operates more than 90 manufacturing plants in 25 countries and has close to 6,000 employees of around 40 nationalities.
Lhoist North America is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

 Desired Majors: Hydrogeology, Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering
Preferred Qualifications: Requisition #:r-000431

Responsibilities & Expectations

• Complete project(s) outlined in the Project Plan developed by management.
• Be flexible; able to support team in handling “short/no notice” demands.
• Proactively seek work and opportunities to learn.
• Professionally communicate with various levels in the organization.
­ Openly communicate with your manager and/or mentor regarding project status, roadblocks encountered, and goals met.
• Work in an efficient and effective manner, helping to continuously improve processes at your work location.
• Assimilate to LNA culture by:
­ Displaying our corporate values of Respect, Integrity, and Courage.
­ Working safely (possibly around heavy equipment).
­ Being a valued team member.
• Formally present project overview to Senior Leaders at Intern Closing Session and to local management at the close of the program.
• Be curious and eager/open to learning new skills.
• Participate in all Intern Program related activities (i.e. orientation, mid-term session, closing session, completion of forms, etc.)

Attributes
• Strong analytical skills.

• Curious & open to feedback.
• Positive and proactive attitude.
• Able to interact with different levels of seniority.
• Effective communication; both orally and in writing.
• High learning agility.
• Languages: English is mandatory. Bilingual a plus.
• Willingness to travel, if necessary.

Required Experience: No prior internship required, but preferred. Leadership experience is a plus.

Required Education: Completion of 2 consecutive years of college level coursework in related field required.

To apply for this position and/or to obtain more information, click here.

 Application Deadline: 11/30/2016
Position Type:  Paid Internship
Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits: competative
Application Process: https://lhoist.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/USA—Texas—Nolanville/Mechanical-Engineer-Intern_R-000431-1

Process Engineer Intern at Lhoist

Company Name: Lhoist
Website: www.lhoist.com
Title: Process Engineer Intern
Location: Clifton Texas
Description:  About Lhoist North America

Lhoist North America engages in extracting, manufacturing, and marketing lime-based and clay mineral products in North America. The products include high-calcium and dolomitic limestone products, quicklimes, blended quicklimes, hydrated limes and lime slurries, as well as specialty clays. Products are used in steel, construction, environmental/flue gas desulfurization, metal and mining, municipal, and pulp and paper markets, giving the company a diversified customer base and solid market stability.

Founded in 1966, Lhoist North America is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with 50 operating locations in United States and Canada. Lhoist North America is a subsidiary of The Lhoist Group, a long standing privately-held global organization started in 1889 and headquartered in Belgium.

The Lhoist Group, a family-owned company, can trace its roots back to the nineteenth century when in 1889 Hippolyte Dumont opened a factory in Belgium. In just over a century, the firm has spread internationally: first to France in 1926 on the impetus of the founder’s son-in-law, Léon Lhoist. He developed the company further by acquiring lime, limestone and dolimite plants in Belgium and France. During the last 35 years, the fourth generation of shareholders has pushed the business consistently further under the leadership of Baron Berghmans, the company current Chairman. Today, Lhoist is a world-leading producer of lime, dolime and minerals that operates more than 90 manufacturing plants in 25 countries and has close to 6,000 employees of around 40 nationalities. www.Lhoist.com
Lhoist North America is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

 Desired Majors: Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering
Minimum Qualifications: Comfort around management
Professionalism
Written & verbal communication skills
Presentation skills
Basic safety training
Prioritization skills
Critical thinking skills
Time management skills
Project management skills
Preferred Qualifications: Requisition #: R-000430

Responsibilities & Expectations

• Complete project(s) outlined in the Project Plan developed by management.
• Be flexible; able to support team in handling “short/no notice” demands.
• Proactively seek work and opportunities to learn.
• Professionally communicate with various levels in the organization.
­ Openly communicate with your manager and/or mentor regarding project status, roadblocks encountered, and goals met.
• Work in an efficient and effective manner, helping to continuously improve processes at your work location.
• Assimilate to LNA culture by:
­ Displaying our corporate values of Respect, Integrity, and Courage.
­ Working safely (possibly around heavy equipment).
­ Being a valued team member.
• Formally present project overview to Senior Leaders at Intern Closing Session and to local management at the close of the program.
• Be curious and eager/open to learning new skills.
• Participate in all Intern Program related activities (i.e. orientation, mid-term session, closing session, completion of forms, etc.)

Attributes
• Strong analytical skills.

• Curious & open to feedback.
• Positive and proactive attitude.
• Able to interact with different levels of seniority.
• Effective communication; both orally and in writing.
• High learning agility.
• Languages: English is mandatory. Bilingual a plus.
• Willingness to travel, if necessary.

Required Experience: No prior internship required, but preferred. Leadership experience is a plus.

Required Education: Completion of 2 consecutive years of college level coursework in related field required.

To apply for this position and/or to obtain more information, click here.

 Application Deadline: 11/30/2016
Position Type:  Paid Internship
Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits: competitive
Application Process: https://lhoist.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/USA—Texas—Clifton/Process-Engineer-Intern_R-000430

Geographic Information System Analyst at Washoe County Schools

Company Name: Washoe County Schools
Website:
Title: Geographic Information System Analyst
Location: Washoe County
Description:  Provide technical support to the Capital Projects and Facilities Management and the Special Education – Student Support Services Departments, perform attendance boundary analysis and technical support for rezoning projects, respond to requests for attendance boundary information, perform research and analysis on housing market conditions and projected student yield, track new residential construction permits and project potential impacts to school enrollment, create maps for special projects, use GIS for demographic and data analysis including student enrollment and population projections and student assignments, coordinate with the Transportation Department in the implementation of the SmartR system, compose reports and submit recommendations to management and project staff in order to maintain project continuity, design and develop methods which permit existing databases in other systems to interface with the GIS database, develop Internet and Intranet web pages.

Develop and maintain the integrity of the District’s GIS database, perform system administration including backing up the system and restoring data, coordinating with ESRI for software upgrades and license maintenance as the District’s On-Line Administrator, assist with the installation of hardware and software, diagnose and resolve problems, monitor system maintenance schedules to ensure efficient operation.

Coordinate with local agencies and District Information Technology staff to share data and ensure data integrity, serve as the primary contact for software vendors for troubleshooting, coordinate with internal departments including Information Technology, Area Superintendents, and school sites.

Provide technical supervision for the GIS technician including assigning work, monitoring progress, and checking for accuracy.

Desired Majors: Geography
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in GIS, geography, or a closely related field; AND
Three (3) years of experience related to the operation, development, and management of GIS systems.
Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of: WCSD planning, zoning, and transportation procedures; local entities and the approval process for new developments and streets; electronic systems used to track new developments and streets; use of GIS to support applications and functions throughout the District; Arc/Info and related ESRI programs, geographic information systems; computer mapping; and cartographic practices.

Skilled at: Performing GIS data entry and digitizing procedures; dealing with telephone calls from the public and school personnel; handling multiple responsibilities simultaneously; designing and sequencing processing tasks; identifying characteristics of aerial photographs and interpreting maps; operating various types of equipment used for GIS; interpreting and applying regulations, policies, and procedures; communicating effectively, both orally and in writing; maintaining effective working relationships with outside vendors, department staff, and representatives of other departments; using cartography/computer-aided mapping equipment, digitizer, plotters, map, and aerial photo equipment; working collaboratively and in a team environment; communicating effectively about the GIS database and its appropriate use of capability; demonstrating own initiative when not otherwise provided direction; and organizing complex tasks and managing multiple priorities and using office equipment including, but not limited to, scanners, projectors, large format printers, plotters, photocopiers, facsimile machines, and telephone.

Special Considerations: Must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule and to attend meetings outside the regular work hours and travel as directed to meetings outside the Reno/Sparks area; willing and able to conduct periodic field data collection in outdoor environments with potential exposures to extreme heat and cold; able to move objects weighing up to 25 pounds; able to sit for extended periods; and willing and able to upgrade GIS skills periodically, as appropriate.

Licenses/Certificates: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid State of Nevada driver’s license with a driving record acceptable to the District.

 Application Deadline: 9/23/2016
Position Type:  Full-time Employment
Hours per week: 40+ 260 days a year
Salary & Benefits: Sch A: $30.29 – $46.16
Sch B: $34.88 – $53.15

Salaries are subject to adjustment and may increase and decrease each fiscal year

Application Process: https://jobs.washoeschools.net/ats/job_board_frame?refresh=Y&COMPANY_ID=00004845&APPLICANT_TYPE_ID=00000002

(search for GIS)

Additional Details: Employees who are regularly scheduled to work less than 20 hours per week receive Social Security benefits, and the Salary Increases, Longevity Bonuses, and Credit Union benefits; employees who are regularly scheduled to work 20 to 24.75 hours per week received PERS retirement benefits, and the Salary Increases, Longevity Bonuses and Credit Union benefits listed below; employees who are regularly scheduled to work 25 to 27.25 hours per week receive the benefits listed below, with the exception of Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance; employees who are regularly scheduled to work 27.5 hours per week or more receive full benefits of the District.

Holiday: Employees receive up to eleven (11) paid holidays each year. Vacation: Employees receive up to twenty (20) days of paid vacation each year. Sick Leave: Employees receive up to fifteen (15) days of paid sick leave each year. Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance: Employees may select an insurance plan wherein WCSD contributes 100% of insurance premiums. Employee paid dependent medical insurance is available for an employee’s dependents. Insurance Premiums – Summer Months: WCSD contributes 100% of the district paid portion of employee’s insurance premiums for employees who are not scheduled to work in the summer. Life Insurance: The District contributes 100 % of employee’s life insurance premiums. Salary Increases: In addition to any negotiated increases each year, employees receive salary increases of approximately 2.85 % each July, for the first fifteen (15) years of employment. Longevity Bonuses: Eligible employees receive annual bonuses as follows: 12-14 years of employment, $700; 15-17 years of employment, $1, 000; 18 + years of employment, $1, 100. Credit Union: Outstanding benefits are available through the Credit Union.

No State Income Tax. No Social Security deductions for most positions working 20 hours per week or more. Retirement benefit offered is the State of Nevada retirement system, Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), which is one of the best in the country.

PERS ELIGIBLE POSITIONS:

Employees who select the employer paid salary schedule (Schedule A) will have Washoe County School District (WCSD) contribute 100% of the employee’s retirement contributions. Employees who select the employer-employee paid salary schedule (Schedule B) will have a portion of the legislatively designated amount paid by WCSD to PERS for retirement benefits and the employee, in turn, will pay the remaining portion of the legislatively designated amount of his/her salary to PERS. These options are introduced and explained in detail during the New Employee Orientation upon selection for employment.

New employees will have $55.00 deducted from their first paycheck to help defray the cost of fingerprinting.

Please be advised there is a 90-day waiting period for insurance benefits.
Temporary employees working less than 6 months do not receive benefits.
Any applicant who would like to request a reasonable accommodation in any step of the selection process should contact Human Resources at (775) 348-0321.

Chemical Engineer Intern at Lhoist

Company Name: Lhoist
Website: www.lhoist.com
Title: Chemical Engineer Intern
Location: Arizona-Peach Springs
Description:  About Lhoist North America

Lhoist North America engages in extracting, manufacturing, and marketing lime-based and clay mineral products in North America. The products include high-calcium and dolomitic limestone products, quicklimes, blended quicklimes, hydrated limes and lime slurries, as well as specialty clays. Products are used in steel, construction, environmental/flue gas desulfurization, metal and mining, municipal, and pulp and paper markets, giving the company a diversified customer base and solid market stability.

Founded in 1966, Lhoist North America is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with 50 operating locations in United States and Canada. Lhoist North America is a subsidiary of The Lhoist Group, a long standing privately-held global organization started in 1889 and headquartered in Belgium.

The Lhoist Group, a family-owned company, can trace its roots back to the nineteenth century when in 1889 Hippolyte Dumont opened a factory in Belgium. In just over a century, the firm has spread internationally: first to France in 1926 on the impetus of the founder’s son-in-law, Léon Lhoist. He developed the company further by acquiring lime, limestone and dolimite plants in Belgium and France. During the last 35 years, the fourth generation of shareholders has pushed the business consistently further under the leadership of Baron Berghmans, the company current Chairman. Today, Lhoist is a world-leading producer of lime, dolime and minerals that operates more than 90 manufacturing plants in 25 countries and has close to 6,000 employees of around 40 nationalities. www.Lhoist.com
Lhoist North America is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Desired Majors: Mining Engineering
Minimum Qualifications: Comfort around management
Professionalism
Written & verbal communication skills
Presentation skills
Basic safety training
Prioritization skills
Critical thinking skills
Time management skills
Project management skills
Preferred Qualifications: Requisition #:r-000424

Responsibilities & Expectations

• Complete project(s) outlined in the Project Plan developed by management.
• Be flexible; able to support team in handling “short/no notice” demands.
• Proactively seek work and opportunities to learn.
• Professionally communicate with various levels in the organization.
­ Openly communicate with your manager and/or mentor regarding project status, roadblocks encountered, and goals met.
• Work in an efficient and effective manner, helping to continuously improve processes at your work location.
• Assimilate to LNA culture by:
­ Displaying our corporate values of Respect, Integrity, and Courage.
­ Working safely (possibly around heavy equipment).
­ Being a valued team member.
• Formally present project overview to Senior Leaders at Intern Closing Session and to local management at the close of the program.
• Be curious and eager/open to learning new skills.
• Participate in all Intern Program related activities (i.e. orientation, mid-term session, closing session, completion of forms, etc.)

Attributes
• Strong analytical skills.
• Curious & open to feedback.
• Positive and proactive attitude.
• Able to interact with different levels of seniority.
• Effective communication; both orally and in writing.
• High learning agility.
• Languages: English is mandatory. Bilingual a plus.
• Willingness to travel, if necessary.

Required Experience: No prior internship required, but preferred. Leadership experience is a plus.

Required Education: Completion of 2 consecutive years of college level coursework in related field required.

 Application Deadline: 11/30/2016
Position Type:  Paid Internship
Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits: None
Application Process: https://lhoist.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/USA—Arizona—Peach-Springs/Process-Engineer-Intern_R-000424
Additional Details: www.lhoist.com

Enviromental Health and Safety Intern at Lhoist

Company Name: Lhoist
Website: www.lhoist
Title: Enviromental Health and Safety Intern
Location: Texas, Fort Worth
Description:  About Lhoist North America

Lhoist North America engages in extracting, manufacturing, and marketing lime-based and clay mineral products in North America. The products include high-calcium and dolomitic limestone products, quicklimes, blended quicklimes, hydrated limes and lime slurries, as well as specialty clays. Products are used in steel, construction, environmental/flue gas desulfurization, metal and mining, municipal, and pulp and paper markets, giving the company a diversified customer base and solid market stability.

Founded in 1966, Lhoist North America is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with 50 operating locations in United States and Canada. Lhoist North America is a subsidiary of The Lhoist Group, a long standing privately-held global organization started in 1889 and headquartered in Belgium.

The Lhoist Group, a family-owned company, can trace its roots back to the nineteenth century when in 1889 Hippolyte Dumont opened a factory in Belgium. In just over a century, the firm has spread internationally: first to France in 1926 on the impetus of the founder’s son-in-law, Léon Lhoist. He developed the company further by acquiring lime, limestone and dolimite plants in Belgium and France. During the last 35 years, the fourth generation of shareholders has pushed the business consistently further under the leadership of Baron Berghmans, the company current Chairman. Today, Lhoist is a world-leading producer of lime, dolime and minerals that operates more than 90 manufacturing plants in 25 countries and has close to 6,000 employees of around 40 nationalities.

Lhoist North America is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Desired Majors: Mining Engineering
Minimum Qualifications: Comfort around management
Professionalism
Written & verbal communication skills
Presentation skills
Basic safety training
Prioritization skills
Critical thinking skills
Time management skills
Project management skills
Preferred Qualifications: Requisition #:r-000425

Responsibilities & Expectations

• Complete project(s) outlined in the Project Plan developed by management.
• Be flexible; able to support team in handling “short/no notice” demands.
• Proactively seek work and opportunities to learn.
• Professionally communicate with various levels in the organization.
­ Openly communicate with your manager and/or mentor regarding project status, roadblocks encountered, and goals met.
• Work in an efficient and effective manner, helping to continuously improve processes at your work location.
• Assimilate to LNA culture by:
­ Displaying our corporate values of Respect, Integrity, and Courage.
­ Working safely (possibly around heavy equipment).
­ Being a valued team member.
• Formally present project overview to Senior Leaders at Intern Closing Session and to local management at the close of the program.
• Be curious and eager/open to learning new skills.
• Participate in all Intern Program related activities (i.e. orientation, mid-term session, closing session, completion of forms, etc.)

Attributes
• Strong analytical skills.
• Curious & open to feedback.
• Positive and proactive attitude.
• Able to interact with different levels of seniority.
• Effective communication; both orally and in writing.
• High learning agility.
• Languages: English is mandatory. Bilingual a plus.
• Willingness to travel, if necessary.

Required Experience: No prior internship required, but preferred. Leadership experience is a plus.

Required Education: Completion of 2 consecutive years of college level coursework in related field required.

 Application Deadline: 11/30/2016
Position Type:  Paid Internship
Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits: none
Application Process: https://lhoist.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/USA–Texas—-Fort-Worth/EH–S–Intern_R-000425
Additional Details: www.lhoist.com

Mining Engineer Intern at Lhoist

Company Name: Lhoist
Website: www.lhoist.com
Title: Mining Engineer Intern
Location: Nevada, Las Vegas
Description:  About Lhoist North America

Lhoist North America engages in extracting, manufacturing, and marketing lime-based and clay mineral products in North America. The products include high-calcium and dolomitic limestone products, quicklimes, blended quicklimes, hydrated limes and lime slurries, as well as specialty clays. Products are used in steel, construction, environmental/flue gas desulfurization, metal and mining, municipal, and pulp and paper markets, giving the company a diversified customer base and solid market stability.

Founded in 1966, Lhoist North America is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with 50 operating locations in United States and Canada. Lhoist North America is a subsidiary of The Lhoist Group, a long standing privately-held global organization started in 1889 and headquartered in Belgium.

The Lhoist Group, a family-owned company, can trace its roots back to the nineteenth century when in 1889 Hippolyte Dumont opened a factory in Belgium. In just over a century, the firm has spread internationally: first to France in 1926 on the impetus of the founder’s son-in-law, Léon Lhoist. He developed the company further by acquiring lime, limestone and dolimite plants in Belgium and France. During the last 35 years, the fourth generation of shareholders has pushed the business consistently further under the leadership of Baron Berghmans, the company current Chairman. Today, Lhoist is a world-leading producer of lime, dolime and minerals that operates more than 90 manufacturing plants in 25 countries and has close to 6,000 employees of around 40 nationalities.
Lhoist North America is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Desired Majors: Mining Engineering
Minimum Qualifications: Comfort around management
Professionalism
Written & verbal communication skills
Presentation skills
Basic safety training
Prioritization skills
Critical thinking skills
Time management skills
Project management skills
Preferred Qualifications: Requisition #:r-000423

Responsibilities & Expectations

• Complete project(s) outlined in the Project Plan developed by management.
• Be flexible; able to support team in handling “short/no notice” demands.
• Proactively seek work and opportunities to learn.
• Professionally communicate with various levels in the organization.
­ Openly communicate with your manager and/or mentor regarding project status, roadblocks encountered, and goals met.
• Work in an efficient and effective manner, helping to continuously improve processes at your work location.
• Assimilate to LNA culture by:
­ Displaying our corporate values of Respect, Integrity, and Courage.
­ Working safely (possibly around heavy equipment).
­ Being a valued team member.
• Formally present project overview to Senior Leaders at Intern Closing Session and to local management at the close of the program.
• Be curious and eager/open to learning new skills.
• Participate in all Intern Program related activities (i.e. orientation, mid-term session, closing session, completion of forms, etc.)

Attributes
• Strong analytical skills.
• Curious & open to feedback.
• Positive and proactive attitude.
• Able to interact with different levels of seniority.
• Effective communication; both orally and in writing.
• High learning agility.
• Languages: English is mandatory. Bilingual a plus.
• Willingness to travel, if necessary.

Required Experience: No prior internship required, but preferred. Leadership experience is a plus.

Required Education: Completion of 2 consecutive years of college level coursework in related field required.

 Application Deadline: 11/30/2016
Position Type:  Paid Internship
Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits: None
Application Process: https://lhoist.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/USA—Nevada—North-Las-Vegas/Mining-Engineer-Intern_R-000423
Additional Details: www.lhoist.com

Mining Engineer Intern at Lhoist

Company Name: Lhoist
Website: www.lhoist.com
Title: Mining Engineer Intern
Location: Tennessee Crab Orchard
Description:  About Lhoist North America

Lhoist North America engages in extracting, manufacturing, and marketing lime-based and clay mineral products in North America. The products include high-calcium and dolomitic limestone products, quicklimes, blended quicklimes, hydrated limes and lime slurries, as well as specialty clays. Products are used in steel, construction, environmental/flue gas desulfurization, metal and mining, municipal, and pulp and paper markets, giving the company a diversified customer base and solid market stability.

Founded in 1966, Lhoist North America is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with 50 operating locations in United States and Canada. Lhoist North America is a subsidiary of The Lhoist Group, a long standing privately-held global organization started in 1889 and headquartered in Belgium.

The Lhoist Group, a family-owned company, can trace its roots back to the nineteenth century when in 1889 Hippolyte Dumont opened a factory in Belgium. In just over a century, the firm has spread internationally: first to France in 1926 on the impetus of the founder’s son-in-law, Léon Lhoist. He developed the company further by acquiring lime, limestone and dolimite plants in Belgium and France. During the last 35 years, the fourth generation of shareholders has pushed the business consistently further under the leadership of Baron Berghmans, the company current Chairman. Today, Lhoist is a world-leading producer of lime, dolime and minerals that operates more than 90 manufacturing plants in 25 countries and has close to 6,000 employees of around 40 nationalities.
Lhoist North America is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Desired Majors: Mining Engineering
Minimum Qualifications: Comfort around management
Professionalism
Written & verbal communication skills
Presentation skills
Basic safety training
Prioritization skills
Critical thinking skills
Time management skills
Project management skills
Preferred Qualifications: Requisition #:r-000415

Responsibilities & Expectations

• Complete project(s) outlined in the Project Plan developed by management.
• Be flexible; able to support team in handling “short/no notice” demands.
• Proactively seek work and opportunities to learn.
• Professionally communicate with various levels in the organization.
­ Openly communicate with your manager and/or mentor regarding project status, roadblocks encountered, and goals met.
• Work in an efficient and effective manner, helping to continuously improve processes at your work location.
• Assimilate to LNA culture by:
­ Displaying our corporate values of Respect, Integrity, and Courage.
­ Working safely (possibly around heavy equipment).
­ Being a valued team member.
• Formally present project overview to Senior Leaders at Intern Closing Session and to local management at the close of the program.
• Be curious and eager/open to learning new skills.
• Participate in all Intern Program related activities (i.e. orientation, mid-term session, closing session, completion of forms, etc.)

Attributes
• Strong analytical skills.
• Curious & open to feedback.
• Positive and proactive attitude.
• Able to interact with different levels of seniority.
• Effective communication; both orally and in writing.
• High learning agility.
• Languages: English is mandatory. Bilingual a plus.
• Willingness to travel, if necessary.

Required Experience: No prior internship required, but preferred. Leadership experience is a plus.

Required Education: Completion of 2 consecutive years of college level coursework in related field required.

 Application Deadline: 11/30/2016
Position Type:  Paid Internship
Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits: None
Application Process: https://lhoist.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/USA—Tennessee—Henry/Chemical-Engineer-Intern_R-000415
Additional Details: www.lhoist.com

Chemical Engineer Intern at Lhoist

Company Name: Lhoist
Website: www.lhoist.com
Title: Chemical Engineer Intern
Location: Tennessee, Henry
Description:  Requisition #:r-000415

About Lhoist North America

Lhoist North America engages in extracting, manufacturing, and marketing lime-based and clay mineral products in North America. The products include high-calcium and dolomitic limestone products, quicklimes, blended quicklimes, hydrated limes and lime slurries, as well as specialty clays. Products are used in steel, construction, environmental/flue gas desulfurization, metal and mining, municipal, and pulp and paper markets, giving the company a diversified customer base and solid market stability.

Founded in 1966, Lhoist North America is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with 50 operating locations in United States and Canada. Lhoist North America is a subsidiary of The Lhoist Group, a long standing privately-held global organization started in 1889 and headquartered in Belgium.

The Lhoist Group, a family-owned company, can trace its roots back to the nineteenth century when in 1889 Hippolyte Dumont opened a factory in Belgium. In just over a century, the firm has spread internationally: first to France in 1926 on the impetus of the founder’s son-in-law, Léon Lhoist. He developed the company further by acquiring lime, limestone and dolimite plants in Belgium and France. During the last 35 years, the fourth generation of shareholders has pushed the business consistently further under the leadership of Baron Berghmans, the company current Chairman. Today, Lhoist is a world-leading producer of lime, dolime and minerals that operates more than 90 manufacturing plants in 25 countries and has close to 6,000 employees of around 40 nationalities.
Lhoist North America is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Desired Majors: Mining Engineering
Minimum Qualifications: Comfort around management
Professionalism
Written & verbal communication skills
Presentation skills
Basic safety training
Prioritization skills
Critical thinking skills
Time management skills
Project management skills
Preferred Qualifications: Responsibilities & Expectations• Complete project(s) outlined in the Project Plan developed by management.
• Be flexible; able to support team in handling “short/no notice” demands.
• Proactively seek work and opportunities to learn.
• Professionally communicate with various levels in the organization.
­ Openly communicate with your manager and/or mentor regarding project status, roadblocks encountered, and goals met.
• Work in an efficient and effective manner, helping to continuously improve processes at your work location.
• Assimilate to LNA culture by:
­ Displaying our corporate values of Respect, Integrity, and Courage.
­ Working safely (possibly around heavy equipment).
­ Being a valued team member.
• Formally present project overview to Senior Leaders at Intern Closing Session and to local management at the close of the program.
• Be curious and eager/open to learning new skills.
• Participate in all Intern Program related activities (i.e. orientation, mid-term session, closing session, completion of forms, etc.)Attributes
• Strong analytical skills.
• Curious & open to feedback.
• Positive and proactive attitude.
• Able to interact with different levels of seniority.
• Effective communication; both orally and in writing.
• High learning agility.
• Languages: English is mandatory. Bilingual a plus.
• Willingness to travel, if necessary.Required Experience: No prior internship required, but preferred. Leadership experience is a plus.Required Education: Completion of 2 consecutive years of college level coursework in related field required.
 Application Deadline: 11/30/2016
Position Type:  Paid Internship
Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits: None
Application Process: https://lhoist.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Careers/job/USA—Tennessee—Henry/Chemical-Engineer-Intern_R-000415
Additional Details: www.lhoist.com