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Summer job 2019, Chemical pulp R&D

Description

Pulp Competence Centre is an expert unit of Stora Enso that supports our chemical pulp production with services including R&D, operational improvement and technical support. Our vision is to have leading edge competence in adding value to our fibre supply chain and pulp making. The R&D team works both in short-term process and product improvement and in future product and process creation. Today Pulp Competence Centre has 27 full-time employees.

We are searching for active and open-minded summer workers to support us in chemical pulp related development and research projects. 

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 to our trials at the pulp mills, but the main location will be in our homebase at the Research Centre Imatra. We may offer you more scientific challenges as well – according to our needs and your wishes.

Qualifications

We are mainly looking for students who have a good understanding (>4 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 result driven research work with good team player skills and a positive mind-set.

We welcome you to join a high-performing team with extraordinary spirit and motivation for changes!

Prospective employees are screened for drug use in pre-employment examination.

Please apply by February 28th by filling out application form.

If you became interested and want more information, please contact 

Heini Eskola, heini.eskola@storaenso.com +358 20 4623240 or Kimmo Ruohoniemi Kimmo.ruohoniemi@storaenso.com +358 40 5833437.

Read more about our summer job opportunities and watch videos of the most common summer jobs at http://www.storaensolle.fi. Please note the videos are in Finnish.

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