Rio Tinto graduate program attracts talented women engineers

Women achieving as engineer graduates at Rio Tinto

Discover a new way of looking at your career and the world around you.

Rio Tinto offers you the opportunity to work at a global company dedicated to answering tomorrow’s resource needs. You’ll have the chance to make a real difference - whether it’s on the other side of the globe or in your own backyard. Rio Tinto is committed to the continual development and growth of their employees, a culture open to new ideas, providing opportunities on a global scale.

To discover the energy that makes working at Rio Tinto such a unique place to build your career, listen to some of the graduates who have already joined our team.

Hannah a mechatronics engineer

Here Hannah a mechatronics engineer at Rio Tinto discusses the importance of studying maths and science and where it can take you in your career.

Anne Wittmeyer is a research scientist

Anne Wittmeyer, a research scientist with Rio Tinto Anne Wittmeyer is a Research Scientist at Rio Tinto Alcan's Arvida Research and Development Centre, in Quebec's Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean region. She did a PhD in chemistry in France at Université de Strasbourg and post-doctoral studies at Université de Sherbrooke. Anne appreciates the fresh vision and dynamics that interns bring to her research team at Rio Tinto.

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