ArcelorMittal has 138 internship vacancies open for candidates from MG

Valdemar Medeiros
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25-04-2022 11:30:47
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ArcelorMittal, a leading steel producer in Brazil and in the world, has 138 internship vacancies open. Opportunities are for young people aged between 18 and 22 who live in Minas Gerais.

THE steel producer, ArcelorMittal, is one of the leading companies in the national and world market and, to meet the great demands, the company announced last Friday (22), the opening of 138 internship vacancies until the 8th of May. The company's program, which is named I AM Apprentice 2022, has the mission of promoting the insertion of students who are already seeking qualification at Senai in the job market. According to ArcelorMittal's Attraction Manager, Sílvia Gomes, this is also the Steel Producer's contribution to professional training, with the chance to align the theory learned in the courses with the practice experienced in the company.

Find out more about the internship positions available at ArcelorMittal 

The internship vacancies available are for the units in Minas Gerais located in João Monlevade, Bela Vista de Minas, Sabará and Juiz de Fora. The Steel Producer program also brings a new look to the strategic goals of the business.

According to Sílvia, the expectation is that candidates will choose ArcelorMittal for the beginning of their professional careers. In its attraction processes, for example, the company takes into account not only technical skills, but also cultural alignment, emotional skills and also diversity and inclusion.

The company's proposal is to invite young people to experience ArcelorMittal's culture, while maintaining its essence. It is worth remembering that the company is looking for candidates who have completed high school and are between 18 and 22 years old.

Find out how the selection process for ArcelorMittal internship vacancies will work 

The company values plurality and, by the way, the new methodology used in the internship vacancies, the company reinforces that the future is developed together, where everyone is welcome. Those who wish to apply for the Steel Producer's opportunities must register through the company's website. On the website, candidates will be able to find all the information provided by the company.

The selection process will take place in 7 stages, they are: registration, online tests of general knowledge and current affairs, online interview or video interview, online dynamics, visit to ArcelorMittal, selection of the company and start of the program. Those selected for the internship positions must work 30 hours a week, with a hybrid load between theory and practice, with training courses given by Senai.

At the end of the Steel Producer program, the participant will have more than 2 thousand hours of training for professional development. In addition to offering a grant, the company also offers to those approved several benefits such as transportation vouchers, food vouchers, life insurance and canteen in the company. Interested parties must choose the unit in which they wish to work on the company's website.

Meet the Steel Producer

As a world leader in steel production and one of the largest in mining, the ArcelorMittal Group has customers in 160 countries and currently employs more than 190,000 people.

In addition, it has 11 research centers, around 1,300 researchers who develop increasingly efficient products and processes with the aim of generating value for customers and ensuring sustainable growth. The company operates in the production of steel in Brazil, with a production capacity of over 12.5 million tons per year. The company has factories in six states of the country and generates jobs for more than 16 thousand Brazilians.

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Valdemar Medeiros
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