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Chemical and process engineers at thyssenkrupp

Career opportunities with forward-looking technologies

Redox flow batteries for storing renewable energies. Catalyst systems for reducing the climate killers laughing gas and other nitrogen oxides by around twelve millions tons per year. thyssenkrupp not only realizes complete chemical plants from planning to construction to technical services. thyssenkrupp is also one of the few full-line suppliers for the cement industry – from individual machines to complete plants. We combine innovative machinery, technologies and processes to create intelligent production lines in accordance with customer-specific requirements. We meet the challenge together of developing resource- and eco-friendly solutions for a wide variety of sectors.

Our plants and technologies range from fertilizers and basic chemicals to cement production, laboratory automation and gas technology, biotech and high-pressure applications. We owe this broad positioning on the global market primarily to the expertise of our chemical and process engineers. And that’s exactly where you come in: as a graduate or seasoned expert.

Why thyssenkrupp?

Ihr Job: als Chemie- oder Verfahrensingenieur nachhaltige Lösungen für unsere Kunden entwickeln.

Technology to meet the challenges of our time.

Process engineering for fertilizers and base chemicals. Specialized refinery processes and solutions for the oil and gas industry. Plants for polymers, gasification, high-pressure food pasteurization or electrochemical energy storage: thyssenkrupp offers a fascinating range of process solutions for organic and inorganic materials. And our expertise is in demand worldwide. In collaboration with our customers, our chemical and process engineers are tackling the challenges of creating sustainable, eco-friendly production that reduces energy and resource consumption and lowers carbon dioxide emissions. In short: We need your know-how as a chemical or process engineer, and your efforts will make a difference.

Who we are

What skills and expierence you need

Our chemical and process engineers work in a wide variety of sectors with a wide variety of materials and processes, so the specific know-how you need varies accordingly. To ensure you are a good fit as an expert, it’s generally important that you can offer the following:

  • Degree in process or chemical engineering or a similar subject
  • Knowledge of process planning for chemical plants or design and engineering for chemical processing equipment
  • Good written and spoken English
  • A desire to work in an international team

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