Career Opportunities with ChemDesign
ChemDesign offers several avenues for career opportunities. We actively seek people to come work with us in Marinette, Wisconsin as operators, technicians, quality control, chemical engineers and maintenance personnel.
Marinette is a beautiful community, located in the economic development region known as the New North. To get familiar with everything life in The New North has to offer, take a look a the following video.
ChemDesign participates in annual career fairs at technical schools and universities, including Michigan Technological University, Northern Michigan University, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
We hire for positions to serve our network of Blue Chip chemical clients, enhance our efficiencies and expand our business. We seek people who like diverse projects and interacting with technical clients who love when we make chemistry work for them!
Our employment packages include a competitive salary, two weeks paid vacation, 401k, profit sharing, life and disability insurance, paid health club membership, and available medical, dental, and vision packages. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer who remains active with State of Wisconsin and Michigan Workforce Development departments.
If you are a proven leader and want a career that provides opportunities to problem solve in an entrepreneurial environment, submit your resume and three letters of reference to: [email protected].
We recommend candidates review Dave Mielke’s presentation on working in the specialty chemicals industry before applying for a position.
We have also created a radio ad highlighting our benefits.
A complete compensation package medical, dental, 401(k) benefits and a yearly fitness club membership. When you become part of our team, training and continuing education become important aspects of your career development experience.
We look forward to reviewing your application describing how you would help contribute to the daily growth and development of ChemDesign.