• AZSA offers internship contracts for recent graduates of the University of Oviedo

    July 18, 2014

    More than one hundred people attended today the presentation of the enterprise at the Main Hall

    Students during the presentation of AZSA at the Main Hall.

    The enterprise Asturiana de Zinc presented today, before more than one hundred people at the Main Hall of the University of Oviedo, its offer of contracts for students who are finishing their studies this years and students who have graduated since two years ago. The act was presided over by the Vice-Rector for Research and Campus of International Excellence, Paz Suárez Rendueles, who thanked the interest shown by the dozens of youths who attended the meeting to present their curricula.

    The offer is aimed at the Degrees in Chemical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Technical Industrial Engineering, and Chemical Industrial Engineering. It is compulsory that applicants have a good level of English, and knowledge of other languages is welcome. Applicants should be willing to move to work in other countries, since they will have to perform tasks in any of the centers that the multinational Glencore has all around the world.

    Asturiana de Zinc will select five candidates, who will have an internship contract for a year, which can be extended to two, and who will enjoy, initially, from a formative period at the premises of the enterprise at San Juan de Nieva.

    The selection period will remain open until July 28 and the CVs, as well as the academic record of the candidates, will have to be send via e-mail to

    The director of AZSA in Asturias, Jaime Arias, who was accompanied during the presentation by Jesús Díez, in charge of the area of Human Resources, highlighted the good formation of the people who are currently enjoying this internship contract in Glencore, one of the most important multinationals in the field of metal in the world. It operates in 50 countries and has more than 190,000 workers in staff. Asturiana de Zinc is 100% owned by Glencore.