Student Intern (OT)
More than 93 per cent of Oyu Tolgoi’s current workforce is Mongolians, and the major strategic focus of the company is development continuously learning skilled workforc. We aim to attract the best talent, so that we can together deliver a safe and globally competitive copper business that contributes to the prosperity of Mongolia.
We are looking for a Student Interns for the following departments based at Ulaanbaatar office for the 1-3 months internship program.
We are looking for five ( 5) Student Interns in Oyu Tolgoi LLC – in following depertments based at Ulaanbaatar. This is a 1-3 months internship program.
- Information Technology – 1 intern
- External Affairs and Communications – 4 interns
Internship programme is an important part of the Oyu Tolgoi Talent pipeline in providing students with opportunities to experience a real-world working experience at the company in area that is relevant to their field of study. This program also provides an opportunity for Oyu Tolgoi LLC to identify talent and develop relationships with students whilst they are completing their studies.
What you will need for this role
- Be a Mongolian citizen
- Must be enrolled in a full time bachelor’s degree course of relevant majors at accredited universities/colleges in Mongolia or abroad and is expecting to be a 2nd or higher year student in 2017-2018 school year.
- Must be in one of the following majors:
- Mongolian literiature
- English literature
- International relations
- Business administration
- Information Technology
- GPA must be 3.2 or higher (On 4.0 scale)
- Good verbal and written skills in English
- Knowledge of safety culture
- Excellent communication skills and ability to work as a team member
Please click HERE to go to Oyu Tolgoi LLC Online Application System or go to www.ot.mn/Career, select your vacancy and click on the link in the bottom.
- Please make sure to attach the following documents:
- CV (in English and Mongolian)
- Cover Letter explaining why you are applying for internship (in English and Mongolian)