Are you working away at your engineering degree, but not quite sure what you want to do when you finish? Then this is the panel for you! Come along to hear from three panellists whose career journeys have taken a different path from that they had imagined.
Here are our esteemed panellists:
Nitya Talluri: Analyst – Strategy and Operations, Deloitte
Nitya graduated with a Bachelor of Petroleum Engineering from Curtin University in 2015. She is currently an Analyst in Deloitte’s Management Consulting practice where she focuses on improving strategy and operations for energy and resources clients.
Hannah Wiseman: Calcination Technical & Support, Worsley Refinery, South 32
Hannah started her career as a materials engineering cadet at BlueScope Steel in Wollongong, NSW and spent six years rotating through positions including R&D, failure investigation and several shift operation roles. Upon completion of her cadetship, she took on a role as a graduate process engineer with South32’s Illawarra Coal business where she was one of four supervisors of the mine to port logistics chain before moving into the coal preparation plant. In 2016, Hannah o transfer to South32’s Worsley Alumina business where she now works as a process engineer in the calcination and impurity removal processes within the refinery.
Lindsey Hole: Evaluation Metallurgust, Rio Tinto
Lindsey graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and began his career on an iron ore mine site as a Process Engineer. He now works as an Evaluation Metallurgist with Rio Tinto in Perth.
Peta Blight: Mechanical Engineer, Devlin Engineering & Management
Peta has over six years’ experience in mechanical services and project engineering, in both consulting and contracting roles across Western Australia. She has an appreciation for all project facets, and has worked in both building services and power generation environments, from design conception through the project delivery process to operation.
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