Passion for Textiles?
At TANATEX Chemicals we are always looking for talented people who want to contribute to our innovative and ambitious business strategy. Whether you are a scientist in the Netherlands or a sales manager in Asia, there are many positions and locations that will suit you!
What are we looking for?
We are looking for candidates with potential, who show initiative and dare to speak their mind in a changing company. You are committed to go the extra mile to deliver our high-quality goods. Your core competences? Vision, creativity, entrepreneurship and decisiveness.
What do we offer you?
You will become part of an international team that values your growth. To ensure we work towards the same goals, we offer educational and professional development programs. We believe that freedom and responsibilities will lead to the best results.
Our values are included in our Code of Conduct. You will recognize both our expectations as our key drivers.
Is your future job not listed in the vacancies below? Tell us what you can bring to the company by sending an open application to our HR Department.
Are you the passionate professional we are looking for?
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