ArcelorMittal attends the recruitment fair to promote careers in the steel industry

ArcelorMittal Luxembourg develops its proximity with young engineers at the Unicareers fair held in LuxExpo on October 2.

One week after the renewal for four more years of the partnership with the University of Luxembourg for a chair dedicated to steel and façade engineering, ArcelorMittal is attending the recruitment fair on October 2 with a set objective: meeting with candidates to fulfil open positions in Luxembourg, on one of the nine industrial sites in the country or at the headquarters of the group.

ArcelorMittal, the world’s leading steel and mining company, employing 222,000 people in 60 countries, must anticipate the needs on its core skills to ensure the future of its business. A particular emphasis is put on "STEM" (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). These sectors are crucial to leverage the group's capacity for innovation, whether in product or process. Today, permanent innovation and operational excellence are success factors to stand one step ahead our competitors. Engineering, Technical and IT profiles reflect the competitiveness of the company - it is a real sustainable development issue for the company! Some career opportunities are available to professionals and candidates from these sectors both in production and in Research & Development, in order to join the 1,300 ArcelorMittal researchers in one of the twelve laboratories located in Europe and on the American continent. Most of the steel currently provided by ArcelorMittal to the automotive sector did not exist 10 years ago. Therefore these functions are key for the future development of the company on its different markets.

Beyond these jobs, support functions such as controlling, Human Resources or Finance also offer great opportunities in Luxembourg. They can then lead to positions on operational sites all over the world.

In terms of career development, ArcelorMittal develops a comprehensive training policy. In Luxembourg, ArcelorMittal University offers variety of modules focused on the acquisition of technical skills (in production, maintenance, finance, and commercial activities) and the development of managerial skills.

The fair is an opportunity for ArcelorMittal to demonstrate its commitment to Luxembourg as a major economic player in the country, but also as a partner of choice in Education.