SSAB - Engineer energy/environment
Luleå, Sverige
Type of Employment Full-time
Job position Environmental engineer/Environmental protection engineer
Work model On location
Application due date 18 August 2024
Are you the one?

Do you want to contribute to energy-efficient solutions and environmental improvement measures? Then you are the one we need to strengthen our group in the work of converting existing production to fossil-free steel production. The position is located in Luleå and is a temporary position of six months, with an intended start in early autumn.

Becoming part of the SSAB family means going along on a journey. A journey that we believe is crucial for the future and sustainability of the planet. Steel has been one of the most important materials for our societal development and will continue to be so in the future. In our homes, in bridges that connect our cities and in the cars of tomorrow. At SSAB, we are proud of our history and our leadership in high-strength steel. At the same time, we are aware that steel production is one of the industries that emits the most greenhouse gases in the world. That must change. We have therefore developed the world's first fossil-free process for steel production and around 2030 we will be largely fossil-free. As part of SSAB, you will be important in realizing this goal and thus contribute to a green transformation of the entire steel industry.

You will be part of a group of eight people consisting of environmental/energy engineers and technicians who act as expert support for production in energy and environmental matters.

Your main areas of responsibility

  • To work with questions connected to energy mapping and energy efficiency in collaboration with production, as well as to help formulate energy management plans. SSAB is certified against STEMFS (energy mapping) by addition to ISO 14001.
  • You will also work with various environment-related issues depending on what is deemed appropriate based on your background and what is current. It can be emissions to air, emissions to water, noise, contaminated land, etc

About you

We are looking for you who are a Civil Engineer with an energy and environmental focus or equivalent.

  • You who are applying are committed, positive, meticulous, systematically solve the problems you are faced with and willing to cooperate.
  • You can express yourself well in speech and writing in Swedish in a simple but clear way. Internal and external communication (with authorities and local residents) is an important task for everyone who works in the group.
  • Your personal characteristics are important to us.

Our offer

At SSAB, diversity and inclusion are part of our culture. We use our values ​​– driving, genuine and one step ahead – in our daily decision-making, always with the customer in focus. It makes us all team players, with a common drive to improve. When you start at SSAB, you become part of an organization with passionate problem solvers who work together on important challenges. We will support your growth by offering a safe and friendly workplace that contributes to work-life balance. At SSAB, you have the opportunity to broaden your knowledge and grow.

We offer a wide range of valued benefits to our employees. Here are some examples of it:

Profit sharing

Flexible conditions for shortening working hours

Health care allowance

The recruitment process

1. Apply

2. Interview

3. Reference taking

4. Health examination

5. Sign

Background checks may be carried out as part of the recruitment process.

Do you have questions regarding the service?

Contact Karin Lundberg, Environmental Manager, tel. 070-358 20 01

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Contact David Bellqvist, energy coordinator, tel. 0920-924 40

Contact David via email -

We refrain from contacts from recruitment companies, advertising sellers and the like regarding this advertisement.

Trade union information is provided by the Academics' Association, the Union and the Leaders, which can be reached via our switchboard on tel. 0920-920 00.

A few words from your future boss

"I, who will be your manager, is called Karin Lundberg. Our group's mission is to be proactive in environmental and energy issues and thereby contribute to improvements together with our colleagues. There is a great focus on these issues both internally and externally, not least because of the transition to fossil-free production. In the group, we both work individually but also prioritize working together when we carry out larger investigations and compilations to both secure quality and create consensus."