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We Attract and Grow Talent

Our Future in their Hands

Today’s jobseekers care about a company’s sustainability. Our CN30 ambition helps us attract and retain new talent by prioritising people, planet, and profit. We also focus on employee development and good-quality work environments.

Case Study: Whyalla, Australia

LIBERTY continues to grow its technical skill base at Whyalla in Australia with the placement of 31 new graduates over the past year across its steelworks and mining operations. The graduate intake is a key component of Whyalla’s pipeline programme, which includes student placements, apprenticeships and trainee roles.

The graduates studied engineering fields such as electrical, mechanical, metallurgy, chemical, geology, environment, and procurement. During their two-year placement they learn on the job and use their classroom knowledge in real situations. They also bring fresh ideas to their roles.

Most of the graduates moved to Whyalla to take part in the programme.

Among them is Joseph Campbell, who, having completed his Chemical Engineering Masters in Austria, moved from Glasgow, Scotland, to take up his graduate position in process engineering and metallurgy.

Joseph’s story shows LIBERTY’s commitment to nurturing diverse international talent and encouraging a culture of innovation and teamwork. By supporting individuals like Joseph, we solidify our position as an employer of choice, offering exciting global opportunities.

This was the opportunity I had been waiting for. It is a brilliant job and a fantastic chance to grow professionally and personally.
Joseph Campbell
Process Engineer