Celanese has a commitment to building a strong pipeline of talent through our University Intern Program. Our program targets college students looking for internships the summer before their senior year. The purpose is to work towards full-time opportunities, for a post-graduation start. We are currently recruiting for the 12-week paid internship program that will run from May 22nd to August 11th.
Celanese is a Fortune 500 global chemical innovation company that engineers and manufactures chemicals used in products essential to everyday living. Headquartered in Dallas, TX, we employ over 8,500 dedicated people working more than 40 facilities across 18 countries. We are committed to employee growth and creating shareholder value to ensure continued opportunities make a difference. Our company focuses on the safety of its employees, provides competitive compensation, and emphasizes giving back to the community. To learn more about Celanese and our products please visit www.celanese.com
What can you expect during the internship?
The 12-week program kicks off with a half day orientation, including an organizational and internship overview, business etiquette, program expectations, policies and conduct. This helps provide foundational knowledge as students move through the program. Over the summer, interns also participate in the following:
The intern program is designed to provide students hands on, real world projects and ability to contribute to the continued success of the company!
This position would serve as a project manager or team member for a strategic Supply Chain project in one of the following areas: Manufacturing, Procurement, or Sales and Operations Planning.
Procurement Project Example:
The interns project was to collaborate with the Business Leaders and a Strategic Sourcing Leader to develop a raw material strategy for one of our products. The intern had the opportunity to meet with key internal stakeholders and external stakeholders (suppliers) and had several meetings and had the chance to interact with suppliers and ask them questions relevant to the project. Also, the intern had the opportunity to seek out and utilize key trade reports and other research that assisted in the development of the strategy. Final report out was presenting to the Chief Procurement Officer.