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ArcelorMittal welcomes more than 150 young people each year in Luxembourg; from the shop floor to the management. We make our best to onboard and coach them but also give them the best first experience.


Here are ambassadors, alumni of your school - their background and their futures: there are numerous opportunities ahead!

Lucie Gall

Environnemental engineer - ArcelorMittal Luxembourg - Long products

I am an engineer in the Environment and Energy service, ArcelorMittal Luxembourg - Long products. I started as intern -VIE, Volunteering for International Experience - in May 2014 in ArcelorMittal Belval - and my CDI started on January 2016. Before ArcelorMittal, I completed a 6-month internship at Eurovia (Vinci Group) working on environment sustainability and carbon emissions. I graduated as Civil engineer, environment option in Polytech Orleans.

I chose ArcelorMittal because I have always been attracted by heavy industry because of the balance between details expected and huge process. And as ArcelorMittal was one of the biggest player in the world I did not hesitate. I like thinking that I am a little part of a big thing.

Plus, working in the environment service offered plenty of different missions - water emissions, air emissions, carbon footprint, waste and byproducts, etc. - so I knew I was going to have a very interesting job life!

Florence Bouton

Controlling analyst, GAPM department – ArcelorMittal

After completed a Master in Finance - Specialization Controlling/Audit - from ICN Business School in Nancy, France, I worked as an intern in encashment in ArcelorMittal Luxembourg and then more especially as VIE in commercial controlling in ArcelorMittal Europe - Long products since March 2016. Afterwards, I was hired as controlling analyst in GAPM (Group accounting and performance management).

Following two experiences as intern in Immochan - Auchan real estate subsidiary - in financial and commercial controlling and in Alstom Transport in cash management, I chose to join ArcelorMittal for three main reasons:

  • the leadership position: being the world leader of the steel and mining industry, ArcelorMittal and its products have an international reputation. Moreover, this leading position allows ArcelorMittal to participate in well-known global projects.
  • the multicultural environment as it enriches my work environment and experiences on a daily basis.
  • the career development opportunities: ArcelorMittal provides trainings and development opportunities that fully satisfy my expectations for professional growth.

Interested in apprenticeship?

The Training Department also supports the training of apprentices. Apprenticeship allows around 30 students per year to obtain, after three years, a diploma of professional aptitude (DAP) in one of the three following sectors: mechanics, electricians in energy and mechatronics. Gathering theoretical courses, workshop learning and field practice, this course offers jobs to graduates in our plants. It should also be noted that apprenticeship profiles in Administration (Logistics, Purchasing, Accounting, etc.) are also recruited each year.

Jeff Biver

Pre-assembly operator, Pre-assembly Train Grey - ArcelorMittal Differdange

I am currently working at the Premontage service within ArcelorMittal Differdange – Grey Mill. I was hired in September 2016 after three years of apprenticeship. Graduated in industrial mechanics and maintenance of the Lycée de Belval, the apprenticeship was the best option for me since I was able to get professional experience while consolidating my academic path!
My experience at ArcelorMittal started at the steel shop of Differdange, with maintenance where the work was varied, from the cranes to the continuous casting to scrap yards. I also learned to integrate safety rules and risk analysis into my daily life, safety being the priority in such a complex industrial environment.
Joining ArcelorMittal was the logical next step for me as I enjoyed my apprenticeship, especially the people I met. For young people, ArcelorMittal is also an interesting company to integrate, given its international aura, its challenges and its history :)