Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours), 2005
Ardi Sastrohartoyo graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering in 2005 and is now working with Orica Mining Services as a Senior Technical Superintendent.
Based in Singapore and responsible for 50+ site operations in Asia including Malaysia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Mongolia and the Philippines; Ardi exemplifies the notion that an Engineering degree can take you anywhere.
Following his graduation, Ardi worked for four years with Orica in Newcastle, NSW. He was fortunate enough to experience a broad array of jobs, working as a Process Risk Specialist Australia/Asia, HS&E Advisor, Technical Superintendent South East Australia and Process Engineer at an Ammonium Nitrate Manufacturing Plant in Kooragang Island.
Orica is a global market leader of chemical manufacturing and provider of commercial blasting explosives & blasting services with 15,000 employees across 6 continents in 50+ countries.
Whilst working, Ardi has also gained his Chartered Professional Engineer status with IEAust, IChemE and RACI.
Ardi believes his career has already been rewarding, as he has had the opportunity to work as a Chemical Engineer across many industries such as chemical manufacturing, mining and explosives with global international opportunities.