Our Carolina Lithium project is expected to employ approximately 200 people during the construction phase and 428 full-time employees to support project operations. With a commitment to hiring locally wherever possible, we plan to begin filling a range of skilled and technical positions as we near construction.

  • Electricians
  • Equipment operators
  • Plant manager
  • Warehouse support
  • Safety
  • Maintenance
  • Shipping and receiving
  • Material handling
  • Supply chain
  • Procurement
  • Logistics
  • Human resources
  • Accounting
  • Engineering
  • Grounds and buildings
  • Quality control
  • Utilities

To learn more about career opportunities at Piedmont Lithium, contact us at careers@piedmontlithium.com. 

Workforce Development

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To help develop the local workforce, Piedmont has partnered with Gaston College to build local training programs for mechanics, electricians, and control room operators. We are currently collaborating with the school’s Apprenticeship 321 program and the Center for Advanced Manufacturing.

Plans are already underway to establish curricula with the goal of graduating participants before operations begin at Carolina Lithium.

Best Place to Work

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Piedmont Lithium’s corporate headquarters are based in Belmont, a suburb of Charlotte, North Carolina. In 2023, we were honored to be named among the Best Places to Work by the Charlotte Business Journal, ranking #4 out of 130 in the large business category.

This signature awards program focuses on highlighting employers that have the perks, practices, and policies to attract and retain top talent. Participants were scored based on employee surveys designed to measure engagement, taking benefits and other factors into consideration. Finalists were divided into four categories, according to company size. 

“Our greatest asset is our people, and this achievement underscores Piedmont’s dedication to building a supportive and inclusive culture that puts people first and encourages us to bring our authentic selves to work,” explained Human Resources Director Dylan Manion. “While we are honored to be named a top regional employer, we know that this award is a testament to the individual perspectives and contributions shared by our employees. We are so proud of each one of our team members for helping us build a family-focused culture and shaping Piedmont Lithium as a wonderful place to work!”  

Our Core Values

At Piedmont Lithium, we are guided by five core values to cultivate an environment that encourages employees to share their unique perspectives, bring their authentic selves to work, and embrace the differences of others. We do what’s right – not necessarily what’s easy – as we aim to become a leading North American producer of lithium resources.  

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We are a team, working collaboratively and transparently with all stakeholders. 

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We are optimistic, believing in a better future and seeking opportunities to improve our communities and the world.  

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We take pride in our people, our mission, and our commitment to safety, environment, health, and the delivery of our products, and our support of the clean energy economy.  

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We innovate, continuously looking for creative ways to improve our business and the solutions we offer customers.  

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We care, understanding the inherent worth and dignity of all people and caring deeply about our team members, our neighbors, and our impact on the environment.  

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