Hire for May

  • Student Level: Students have been at McGill for 4 or 5 years.
  • Co-op duration: 4 months (13-16 weeks required) and 8 months (28-32 weeks required). Most senior students work from May-December.  A May-August placement would be the first half of this period, followed by students applying for a September-December job opportunity.
  • Course Background: Students have successfully completed course on Structure of Materials, Introduction to Extractive Metallurgy, Mineral Processing, Thermodynamics, Heat, Mass and Fluid Flow, Phase Transformation in Materials (Solidification, Heat Treatment, Phase Diagrams), Extractive Metallurgy, Modeling and Automatic Control, Modeling and Control:  Mineral Processing, Hydrometallurgy, Steelmaking and Steel Processing (Alloy Design, Heat Treatment, Shaping), Mechanical Properties of Materials (Strength, Deformation), Ceramics (Processing-Microstructure-Property Relationship), Electronic Properties of Materials, Polymer Engineering, Analytical and Characterization Techniques (AA, ICP, X-Ray, E-Beam), Advanced Process Design, Various technical electives specific to extractive metallurgy, materials engineering, corrosion and fabrication.
  • Approximate number of students available: 30-40
  • When to post: Optimally, post 2-4 months ahead of start date, by March 1st. Post early because a student’s first job offer is accepted; there is no ranking process.
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  • Assistance for posting a position: careers4engineers [at] mcgill.ca (Careers4Engineers )
  • Schedule Interviews: genevieve.snider [at] mcgill.ca (Genevieve Snider)
Student Level:   Students have been at McGill for 4 or 5 years.
Co-op  duration  

4 months (13-16 weeks required) and 8 months (28-32 weeks required).

Most senior students work from May-December.  A May-August placement would be the first half of this period, followed by students applying for a September-December job opportunity.

Course Background  

Students have successfully completed course on:

Structure of Materials, Introduction to Extractive Metallurgy, Mineral Processing, Thermodynamics, Heat, Mass and Fluid Flow, Phase Transformation in Materials (Solidification, Heat Treatment, Phase Diagrams), Extractive Metallurgy, Modeling and Automatic Control, Modeling and Control:  Mineral Processing, Hydrometallurgy, Steelmaking and Steel Processing (Alloy Design, Heat Treatment, Shaping), Mechanical Properties of Materials (Strength, Deformation), Ceramics (Processing-Microstructure-Property Relationship), Electronic Properties of Materials, Polymer Engineering, Analytical and Characterization Techniques (AA, ICP, X-Ray, E-Beam), Advanced Process Design, Various technical electives specific to extractive metallurgy, materials engineering, corrosion and fabrication.

Number of students available   30-40 (approximate)
When to post   Optimally, post 2-4 months ahead of start date, by March 1st. Post early because a student’s first job offer is accepted; there is no ranking process.
Assistance  posting   careers4engineers [at] mcgill.ca (Careers4Engineers )
Schedule Interviews   genevieve.snider [at] mcgill.ca (Genevieve Snider)
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