Evonik opened its first sales representative office in 1956. Today, out of our sales office in Mount Waverley near Melbourne, we manage our business activities in Australia and New Zealand. Evonik works closely with industry partners to improve the resource efficiency of several industrial sectors. A good example is how Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) plays an important role during the production of gold and uranium to improve the resource efficiency of mining operations.
The continent of Australia is sometimes defined as including mainland Australia and its surrounding islands including Tasmania, making it the world's smallest continent but definitely not the least exciting one. When this definition is used, Australia is the world's only continent that is governed by a single nation-state, giving it a unique setup.
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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 one office near Melbourne and it services both Australia and New Zealand.
Evonik Australia is a sales office that mostly requires people with administrative, technical, and project management skills. Whether you are a senior manager or a fresh graduate, Evonik may have a job post that is relevant to you.
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.