Summer job 2023 Pulp Mill Process Development, ImatraStora Enso
We are searching for an active and open-minded summer worker to support us in chemical pulp related development projects.
Career for a better climate. Every day.
Your tasks will be defined based on your experience and proceedings in your studies. They will include planning, performing and reporting of one or several tasks with a support from our specialists. For some periods you may participate in our trials at the pulp mills, but the main location will be our homebase at the Research Centre Imatra. We may offer you more scientific challenges as well, according to our needs and your wishes.
You are an important and valued team member, working together with experts from different functions. This is a brilliant opportunity for someone, who wants to develop his or her professional skills further and work for a sustainable future.
Greetings from your future manager
“Welcome to our great team of chemical pulp experts. We can guarantee that in this job you don´t have dull days. Working in our team will bring you excellent opportunity to grow as a future pulping guru and will open fantastic horizons to your future professional career. In this team you can rely on your colleague and the teamwork is our real strength. “
Who are we looking for?
Are you the one? We are mainly looking for students who have a good understanding (> 3 years of studies) in chemical pulp processes and products, but we also welcome persons with a view in chemical engineering, process control or chemistry.
You should have enthusiasm for applied and results-driven research work with good team player skills and a positive mind-set.
You communicate fluently in Finnish and English.
As a person, you have a positive attitude and you are committed to develop yourself and your work forward, always keeping safety in mind. You enjoy solving problems and you are able to analyze information, report results and promote improvements based on your finding in the organization.
We welcome you to join a high-performing team with extraordinary spirit and motivation for changes!
What we offer
By joining us, you will be part of our diverse working culture supporting you to explore new perspectives and develop professionally. You will contribute towards a more sustainable world, as we believe that anything made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. To keep you going safely, we support your physical and mental wellbeing.
How can you apply for this role?
You can only submit your application to us by using our recruitment tool. As we are assessing our candidates on an ongoing basis, we hope to hear from you as soon as possible but latest by 31st of January 2023.
Depending on the role, we might invite you to a video interview and/or aptitude tests. Also, our recruitment process includes pre-employment actions such as health check as well as a drug test.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Hiring Manager Juha Oksanen, firstname.lastname@example.org, +358405773498. He is happy to help you!
Welcome to work in the renewable materials company!
Part of the global bioeconomy, Stora Enso is a leading provider of renewable products in packaging, biomaterials, wooden construction and paper, and one of the largest private forest owners in the world. We believe that everything that is made from fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow. We employ approximately 22,000 people.
We believe diversity strengthens our competitiveness and contributes to better decision-making. Diverse working teams help us to explore different perspectives and challenge our way of thinking. We work actively to increase diversity in the workplace and welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds. Stora Enso is an equal opportunity employer and follows non-discriminatory practices.
We participate in Responsible Summer Job campaign and are committed to six principles of good summer work that helps us create great summer work experiences. These principles are: good applicant experience, meaningful work, orientation and guidance, fairness and equity, a reasonable salary, and a written employment contract and certificate.
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