How can you get a job with us in production?
- It is possible to find employment with us, for example through a traineeship or summer job related to your studies.
What do we expect from people applying for jobs in production?
- The ability to work shifts in production and good physical fitness are a good starting point in different departments.
- The ability to work in a team, but also the ability and willingness to work independently.
- A degree in the field and work experience in the paper or process industry would be an advantage, but the most important thing is your attitude and motivation.
What are the different qualifications we require?
- Safety is important to us and in addition to safety training, we require a valid safety card for all employees and agents.
- A hot work certificate is also essential for production and maintenance jobs.
- An emergency first aid card is not mandatory, but having it is a good thing.
- An electrical safety card and emergency first aid card are required for electric automation maintenance workers and supervisors.
What protective equipment do we use?
- The use of protective equipment is required when working or simply moving around in factories.
- Protective equipment to be worn; goggles, hearing protection, bump cap, safety shoes and helmets on maintenance days.
- Workwear appropriate to the job.
What kind of training is required for a summer job?
- No previous experience or training is required for production summer jobs, as all production jobs are trained separately.
- Training in the process industry will be considered as an advantage, but is not required for summer jobs.
- For mechanical and electric maintenance jobs, a summer job requires an ongoing course of study in the field or a degree in the field.
- The posts of staff members require a degree or ongoing studies in a relevant field and depending on the post, previous work experience in a similar position.
What ages do we have jobs for?
- Due to shift work, the minimum age for all jobs in the factory is 18 years.
What collective agreements do we have?
- For blue collar workers, we follow the collective agreement between Corex Finland Oy and Paperiliitto Ry, and for office personnel, the collective agreement between Corex Finland Oy and the paper industry.
What is the meaning of the term "free shift / pekkanen"?
- The annual working time is balanced by a system and free shifts are earned for the shifts worked, according to the earning tables.
- The earning table for free shifts is different for different working time arrangements and these are defined in the collective agreements.
- Shift leave is recorded on the day (V) in the employees' shift calendar.