Process Engineer Intern

3 weeks ago


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Do you want to be a part of a cooperative, inclusive, and high -performance environment?

Well today is your lucky day because Celanese may be the company you are looking for. Let us explain what Celanese is all about and how our system works. Celanese Corporation is a Fortune 400 company. Our headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas. With nearly 7100 employees located throughout our 31 global facilities, we are an industry leader in using advanced technology to produce materials included in products vital to everyday use such as automotive, electronics, pharmaceuticals, and paints. Our company takes pride in maintaining management of high financial, social, safety and environmental responsibility in everything it does. We are recognized by Glassdoor for treatment of our employees and global customers, and offer our employees outstanding benefits, including a 401K designed to ensure long term financial security. Our company focuses on the cooperation of its employees, provides competitive salary, and emphasizes giving back to the community. For more information about Celanese and our products please visit


Celanese interns are assigned challenging process engineering projects based on current company priorities and their strengths. Interns are placed in roles that leverage the knowledge gained in college. Exact projects are determined prior to internship start date.


Ability and authorization to work in the US on an indefinite basis without sponsorship

Ability to clearly communicate ideas

Ability to provide closed-loop communications to internal customers, manage complex situations, and prioritize multiple project.

Ability to work semi-autonomously, taking strategic direction and translating into tactical work.

Good customer focus, and teamwork skills.

Pursuing Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering. Minimum 3.0 GPA


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