To advance our manufacturing organization, we are looking for technical talent who recently graduated at the top of their class. LyondellBasell offers international assignments, challenging career opportunities, quick personal growth in a modern and dynamic environment, extensive training and a very attractive salary package. We are a company with a strong technical footprint, excellent marketing background and a thriving ambition to stay ahead of the competition.
The Young Engineer Program gradually increases in complexity, scope and responsibility. We offer you structured mentorship and training to maximize your success.
University master’s degree in chemistry, mechanics, electricity, safety, environment (80th percentile or equivalent).
No more than two years of work experience
Strong capability for growth, thinking out of the box, strong interpersonal skills, able to communicate fluently in English both verbally and in writing, organized and thorough, able to meet deadlines, driven by results, analytical, able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
Eligibility to work in the European Union
Internationally mobile – you will move from one country to another on a basic relocation support package for the first eight to 10 years of your career
Proficiency in use of MS Office in addition to any relevant engineering software
Up to May 1st 2019 potential candidates are invited to apply. First selection will be done by our country HR organizations; candidates are invited to apply with one contact person from the list below (UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands). Interviews will be conducted at one of the locations of the respective country. Applications are only accepted when a motivation letter, CV and list of grades are included.
Successful candidates will be nominated by the country HR organizations to the steering committee for follow-up interviews and assessment center selection in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Apply now! Send your motivation and resume to our HR staff in the country where you wish to interview.
Anne Vismal le Gal (France)
Mirjam Hauschildt (Germany)
Lynda Jordan (UK)
James Smeets (Netherlands)
Jordi Roman (Spain)