|Minerals Process Engineer
Minerals process engineers transform low value impure minerals, recycled materials and by-products of other processing operations into commercially valuable products. Minerals process engineers may be employed in process design, development, control and management.
A minerals process engineer may…
Minerals process engineers will work in laboratories, offices and in the field. They may work on site in remote areas and often work for national and international companies and may travel a lot.
To become a minerals process engineer you usually have to complete a Degree.
Graduates may be eligible to join the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM), Engineers Australia, or the Institute of Materials Engineering Australasia Ltd (IMEA). Registration or licensing may be required in some instances. Contact the AusIMM (National Office) for further information.
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