Jujo Thermal is one of the world’s leading suppliers of durable direct thermal papers for labels, tickets & tags and point-of-sales use. It is also a remarkable producer of one-side-coated self-adhesive label face stock. The company and its products are represented globally via an extensive sales and customer service network. The company was established in 1992 and its production and R&D are located in Kauttua, Finland. Jujo Thermal employs 200 people and its turnover is ca. 100 million euros. The company and its products are represented globally via an extensive sales and customer service network. The company is owned by Nippon Paper Industries – one of the largest and most experienced paper manufacturing companies in the world.
We are looking for an experienced and highly qualified
As R&D director, you are responsible for our R&D project portfolio and the development of our new and existing products. You will manage development projects and give your paper coating and paper & pulp knowhow to our projects. You will work closely with the Sales and Marketing team and bring your expertise to support our sales activities. You will also lead the R&D and Procurement teams and participate in raw materials purchasing. As R&D director you will report to the CEO and be part of the management team.
To succeed in this position it is essential to have strong work experience in chemical/paper industry and good knowledge about raw material/pulp markets. You Should have a MSc degree in Organic Chemistry, Technology or similar. We are looking for a business-minded and visionary leader, who has good communication and negotiation skills and an extensive and international network.
We offer you an interesting and challenging job in a global company with good development possibilities.
For more information please contact Rainer Carpelan/Hrs Advisors +358 40 553 3759 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for this position, please send your cover letter and CV in English including salary claim via the link below at the latest 08 February 2017.