As a sample and analysis preparer at the laboratory, you work with sampling, sample preparation and analysis of coal and coke products, raw materials, residual products and process water. The position is located in Luleå.
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.
The laboratory works closely with customers and performs analyzes for the entire production section in Luleå. We offer responsible and varied work, in a work team with good community and many contacts within the company.
Your main areas of responsibility
We are looking for you who have education at upper secondary school level with a focus on science/technology or equivalent. If you have experience in laboratory work or have process knowledge, it is advantageous. Great emphasis will be placed on personal qualities.
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:
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A few words from your future boss
"My name is Elin Kajava and I am currently acting director of the laboratory. I value a good and present dialogue with my employees and always strive for a safe and developing environment. I attach great importance to the right personality entering the work group. I have great confidence in the employee's ability, willingness to take responsibility and work towards the goals that we have."
SSAB is a Nordic and US-based steel company. SSAB offers value-added products and services that have been developed in close collaboration with the company's customers to create a stronger, lighter and more sustainable world. SSAB has employees in over 50 countries. Today, SSAB has production facilities in Sweden, Finland and the USA. SSAB is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and secondary listed on Nasdaq Helsinki. www.ssab.com. Follow us also on social media: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube.
Decarbonizing the steelmaking process is non-negotiable if the industry wants to successfully transition from being one of the highest CO2 emitters to a sustainable, fossil-free actor in the global value chain. Although SSAB is already one of the world’s most CO2-efficient steel companies, their new pioneering approach to steel production is leading the way to providing quality steel with zero CO2 emissions.
A growing global population, increasingly higher standards of living, and greater urbanization are trends that are driving the rise in global steel demand. However, the significant carbon footprint of the steel industry is a reality for Europe and the rest of the world, putting pressure on the industry to innovate and provide sustainable steel to meet current and future demand. The challenge is already here: while the steel recycling rate is an impressive 90% or so in many parts of the world, the steel scrap available meets just 25% of global demand.