Location key: Africa Americas Asia Pacific Europe

Amy

HR Manager

Mississippi, USA

“Never get set in your ways in a specific role and never be afraid to challenge yourself.”

1994

Americas

Co-Op Program

First-hand career experience for a college semester.

1995

Americas

Electrolytic Lab Tech

Accepted job offer.  Leveraged chemistry degree and co-op program learnings.

1996

Americas

Control Chemist

My lab work involved product testing and R&D for process improvements.

1998

Americas

Pigment Lab Manager

My first managerial role! Supervised 25 techs and managed the lab.

2000

Americas

Chlorate Area Leader

Expressed interest in operations.  Left the lab for a new opportunity.

2008

Americas

SAP Leader

Invited to spearhead 18-month, enterprise-wide, software system implementation.

2010

Americas

HR Manager

Mentored by management to pursue my HR interest, which is where I am today!

Juanita

Contract Specialist

Namakwa Sands, South Africa/Mississippi, USA

“Don’t be scared to move laterally between functions or geographical locations. A lateral move provides opportunities to gain more skills, improve your knowledge, enlarge your network, and increase your visibility and value. This could be the “springboard” you need for your next promotion.”

2009

Africa

Procurement Leader

Accepted my first Tronox position —one of the best companies to work for!

2012

Africa

Business Improvement Facilitator

Lateral move to different department.

2013

Africa

Head of Inventory & Procurement

Managed a team of 12 responsible for the reliable supply of services to ops.

2016

Africa

Regional Contracts Leader

Took on the challenge of establishing a new team to enhance processes.

2017

Americas

Contract Specialist

Transferred to the USA to advance my career and achieve work/life balance.

Mark

Distributed Control System Analyst

Botlek, the Netherlands

“Be eager to learn and when an opportunity presents itself, be not afraid to take it. Tronox offered me an Individual Development Plan to further assist with my growth. My fellow colleagues showed confidence in me, were helpful, and gave me space to learn and discover by myself.”

2007

Europe

Contractor, Operator

Interested in joining Tronox for its challenging chemical process.

2008

Europe

Employee, Operator E

After a year of professional development, Tronox offered me a full-time positio

2009

Europe

Operator D

Through additional development, I was promoted and made the plant my own!

2010

Europe

Operator C

I mastered field post operations and became interested in process control.

2013

Europe

Operator B

I job shadowed colleagues to expand my skillset.

2014

Europe

Jr. Systems Analyst DCS

I grabbed my chance at continuing to evolve my career with a new position.

2017

Europe

DCS Systems Analyst

I now analyze complex failures and mentor new operators.