Evonik has been present in Argentina since 1969. In 2013, in Puerto San Martin, it opened a production plant for sodium methylate for the biodiesel industry, a field in which Evonik has a leading global position with its broad expertise and proven technology. We also have offices in Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, and Peru; and have resale and distribution representatives in the remaining countries of the region.
In Brazil, where the business platform is located, Evonik employs around 600 people spread throughout its headquarters in São Paulo and four production plants. A hydrogen peroxide production unit in Aracruz (Espírito Santo); two production facilities in Americana (São Paulo), one producing ingredients for the cosmetics and homecare industries, and the other manufacturing precipitated silica for the rubber, agrichemical, and feed & food markets; and a plant in the city of Castro (Paraná) for the biotechnological production of Biolys®, an amino acid used in the animal nutrition industry.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Basically, in all segments, as well as in the service units, the Corporate Center, and at all sites throughout the world. We deploy interns in various projects and make use of their skills to develop and implement new topics. Based on the work of the company, we especially look for chemistry, engineering, and economics students.
Evonik has offices and production sites in Brazil, Argentina, Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, and Peru.
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. Our local site managers and their assistants can help you find out what the regulations are for their specific location.
It is always a good idea to speak the local language of the country in which you plan to live and work. However, this is not always required at Evonik since English is the main business communication language in all our locations.