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As an internationally active company of the chemicals industry, Raschig GmbH is part of the American PMC Group. For the “RASCHIG Rings” business area, we are looking for a dedicated

Methods engineer (m/f/d) university of technology (TU)/university of applied sciences (FH)

The Raschig Rings business area concerns itself with the design of thermal mass transfer processes for the chemical and related industries, as well as for environmental protection. With our products, we are among the world’s leading manufacturers of components for these systems.

As a methods engineer, you advise our customers and are active in project processing and/or project handling. This includes the procedural calculation of mass transfer processes, the design of column internals in cooperation with the Design department and installation monitoring. In the process, you work together closely with the commercial areas.

Because we are active worldwide, in addition to solid specialist knowledge in thermal-chemical process engineering, we expect very good written and spoken English skills, the appropriate flexibility with regard to willingness to travel and a business-confident presence. You know how to assume responsibility with dedication, as well as work independently in a targeted fashion.

In this position, you can look forward to an interesting range of activity that is suited for development in an internationally active, clearly structured company in which flexibility and the will to cooperative teamwork are of great importance. We are interested both in applicants with work experience and recent university graduates. If you feel stimulated by this challenge of working with a future-oriented company in the chemical industry, please send your application documents with the earliest possible starting date and an indication of your desired salary to the following address:

 

RASCHIG GmbH
Mundenheimer Sraße 100
67061 Ludwigshafen

 

preferably by e-mail: Bewerbung@Raschig.de

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