VIDALIA, La. — Syrah Technologies, supported by LED FastStart® and the Louisiana Workforce Commission, will conduct a job fair on Thursday, Oct. 11 to identify potential employees for work at its new battery anode material processing facility in Vidalia. The job fair will take place at the Ferriday campus of Central Louisiana Technical Community College, located at 2100 E.E. Wallace Boulevard in Ferriday.
Interested applicants should go to the Multi-Purpose Room on the CLTCC Ferriday campus, with the job fair taking place from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Oct. 11.
Before attending, applicants are encouraged to visit LouisianaJobConnection.com/Syrah_Technologies, where they may upload résumés and learn more about job openings.
Syrah Technologies seeks candidates now for the following positions: process operators; rotating equipment mechanics; and I&E technicians. Qualified candidates will have relevant industry experience and technical training.
Successful candidates must pass a drug screening test, possess a valid picture ID, and be able to read, write and understand the English language. Qualified individuals are encouraged to attend, and may also apply online before or after the job fair.
About Syrah Technologies
Syrah Technologies LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Syrah Resources Limited (ASX code: SYR), which is an Australian industrial minerals and technology company. The Syrah Technologies graphite processing facility in Vidalia is the first of its kind outside China. It will process graphite into a component (battery anode material) for lithium ion batteries being used for the growing global demand from electric vehicle and grid storage applications. For more information, visit SyrahResources.com.au.