A Glimpse at Evonik in Germany
Evonik has a very prominent presence in Germany with sites all across the country but most notably in Essen, Hanau, Marl, Bitterfeld, Dossenheim, Krefeld, Reinfelden, Witten, Halle, Wesseling, and Lülsdorf. More than half of the Evonik workforce is based in Germany along with the company's most important production sites. This is why the Evonik sites in Germany offer countless jobs with promising career opportunities and development paths.
Germany is a great power that boasts a robust economy with the highest GDP in Europe and the fourth highest in the world. The country is home to Europe's second-largest population after Russia with almost 84 million people living within Germany's 16 constituent states. Not only is Germany a global leader in several industrial, scientific, and technological sectors, but it is also a country with a lot of culture and history. In fact, Germany has the third-greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites globally.
THE ENGINEERS POWERING MARL, THE LARGEST EVONIK PRODUCTION PLANT IN GERMANY & EUROPE
Voice over: Marl Chemical Park is one of the largest chemical sites in Germany and the largest Evonik site in the World.
Rafael: This site needs much energy – to give you context on what that means, it is roughly the same energy demand of a city with 500,000 citizens.
Salah: We are both electrical engineers and work together in a team to supply the chemical Site Marl.
Rafael: What you see behind is a green state-of-the-art switchgear. These innovative solutions are also enablers for green transformation and help us use energy in a more sustainable way, stable grid operation is absolutely necessary.
Salah: To ensure that the electricity runs smoothly through our grid, it must be properly designed with reliable automation and protection systems. This is part of my job.
Rafael: Only together in a big and diverse team we can operate and work on the future topics.
Working at Evonik in Germany
Evonik offers all employees a diverse and inclusive work culture with multinational teams working collaboratively towards one purpose; improving life. With more than 33,000 employees across the world, the leading specialty chemicals company is a dynamic and exciting place to work.
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Do you think that you may be the right candidate to complement our team? We are always in search of great people like you! Evonik offers many benefits including work-from-home possibilities and a dynamic international environment. For more information about any program or jobs available at Evonik, explore our opportunities section or search our jobs.
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Frequently asked questions
Evonik is headquartered in Essen in North Rhine-Westphalia, but it has multiple offices and production sites all across Germany. The company is present with production sites in Hanau, Marl, Bitterfeld, Dossenheim, Krefeld, Geesthacht, Rheinmünster, Reinfelden, Steinau, Schörfling, Witten, Halle, Wesseling, and Lülsdorf in addition to administrative offices in all major Germany cities including Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Offenbach.
You can contact our applicant helpline: 0800 2386645 or from outside Germany +49 201 177 4200 (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.). Please send any technical questions to email@example.com and describe the technical problem. Remember that applications sent to this address will not be considered in the application process. If you have problems opening the PDFs that are available for download on some of the pages, you need the newest Adobe Acrobat Reader or a PDF Reader
Relocation support depends on the individual case and the business requirements for the role that you are applying for. Please discuss the options with your hiring manager or a member of the talent acquisition team during your interview process.
Most countries require a special visa if you are planning to work there. However, it is important to note that many countries in Europe are a part of the Schengen area, a zone where 26 European countries, abolished their internal borders, for the free and unrestricted movement of people. This means that if you are from a country that is a part of the Schengen zone, you may not require a visa to work in another country in the same zone. Our local site managers and their assistants can help you find what the regulations are for their specific location.