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We are looking for a Business Operator to join our Plywood Sales team for a maternity leave substitution lasting approximately one year. The position is located in Kalso Veneer Mill in Vuohijärvi or in Lahti, Finland.
UPM Plywood offers high quality WISA® plywood and veneer products mainly for the construction and transport industries as well as UPM Grada® thermoformable wood material for the furniture and manufacturing industries. The sales of UPM Plywood in 2017 were EUR 484 million and it has about 2,400 employees, including 1,500 in Finland. UPM has six plywood mills and a veneer mill in Finland as well as plywood mills in Russia and Estonia. – www.wisaplywood.com, www.upmgrada.com
Greetings from your future manager
We are the leading veneer producer and supplier to the parquet industry. Over 90 % of our customized products go for export. We offer you a diverse role among international sales in a committed work community. Come and join our dynamic sales team!
What you’ll do
As a Business Operator you will report to Area Sales Director, Plywood.
Who you are
This is what we offer for you
For further information please contact Oliver Becker, Area Sales Director, at tel. +358503406958 on 05.07 14:00-16:00, 31.07 14:00-16:00 or 6.8.2018 14:00-16:00.
Please apply via the link below and attach your CV and cover letter by 10.8.2018.
For support with submitting your application, please contact HR Service Center at tel. +358204146600 or email@example.com.
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