• Process Technology Operator Intern

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
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    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 www.celanese.com


    Under the direction of the Supervisor or his/her designee, the Operator internship program allows candidates an opportunity to shadow Operators in Chemical Operations, which provides them an overview of our different departments and a realistic preview of Operator work.
    • Ensure safety of personnel and maintenance of the equipment
    • Ensure compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, laws, regulations, and company standards as they pertain to the following: Safety, Health, Environmental, ISO9002 and Housekeeping standards


    Graduate in Dec 2018/ Jan 2019 with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Process Technology
    • Have a current, cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher
    • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States
    • Must complete Celanese’s background and drug screenings and achieve satisfactory results

    No experience required

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