The chemical industry, Switzerland’s main export sector, has an established presence in all markets across the globe. This industry comprises organic and inorganic chemistry, mineral chemistry, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, food chemistry and biochemistry and plays an indispensable role in our day-to-day lives. With companies in this sector under constant pressure to innovate, they want to recruit experts with outstanding profiles. Manpower’s personnel consultants are highly sought-after as contacts when it comes to recruiting specialist scientific staff and have the networks they need at their disposal – both in Switzerland and abroad – to find the most suitable candidates. This enables them to provide you with high-performing staff who are ready to get down to work virtually straight away.
The chemical industry overlaps with a number of areas within our immediate business environment and requires an extremely wide range of professional profiles with all kinds of specialist fields. Over time, this has enabled Manpower to build up a reputation as the partner of choice for recruiting the right specialist personnel.
Our personnel consultants understand the specific requirements and technological innovations of your industry. With the help of continuously updated candidate profile databases and innovative sourcing tools, they find the skilled employees, technicians, engineers and all the other professionals you need to allow your business to grow.
Chemical production specialist, Quality manager (quality assurance and control), Safety officer (hygiene and the environment, traceability, labelling, GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals), REACH, waste management), Chemist (analysis, synthesis, Organic chemistry, planning, theory, etc.), Logistics manager, Chemical engineer, Chemical production engineer, Skilled chemical worker, Research and development officer, Chemical technician, Etc.
Please note: Even if they are given in the masculine form, the professions listed are practised by both men and women, regardless of gender.
Everyone is responsible for ensuring occupational safety. To minimise the risk of accidents as far as possible, we work closely with SuvaPro and pay particular attention to the safety regulations applicable to the chemical industry.