Careers

     
 

 

 

Are you one of those people who always wanted to change the world?

Then you have found the right place. We love fresh minds and innovative ideas. Mitsubishi Chemical stands for science and technology supporting the sustainable well-being of people, society and our planet Earth. We call it KAITEKI. With 42,000 employees from 351 affiliated companies in 31 countries we are a major force in the chemical industry. If you would like a career with a company that values and invests in its people, take a look at our current vacancies.

 

 

What colleagues say

     
 
 
 
 

Nana Behrend

Malcolm Kidd

Sarah Lowe

I enjoy working with Mitsubishi Chemical as the working environment fits perfectly to what I have always been looking for. It is a mixture of cultures with a close link to Japan. In the office, people care about and support each other regardless of whether they are working together daily or not. As a sales manager I can act as a bridge between our European customers, our office and the head quarter in Japan which is challenging and exciting at the same time. Chemistry has two traditional meanings in English; firstly, the science of substances and secondly the emotional or psychological interaction between people or entities. The combination of these summarizes how I feel about chemistry and how we as Mitsubishi Chemical use our technical strengths to produce products that bring benefit to society and to our customers. I also fully believe that chemistry - along with other technologies - will be a major contributor to solving some of the issues facing the world today. I recently joined Mitsubishi Chemical and was impressed from day one by the support and consideration I received from all my colleagues across the organisation. It’s great to get involved in many projects impacting from line staff and leaders. I am supported to give input and contribute to significant work. I’m happy to be part of Mitsubishi Chemical.

Sales Manager, Mitsubishi Chemical Europe

EMEA Monomers Business Director, Lucite International

Learning and Development Manager, Mitsubishi Chemical Europe

 
 
 
 

Malcolm Kidd

Sarah Lowe

Thiemo Herbst

Chemistry has two traditional meanings in English; firstly, the science of substances and secondly the emotional or psychological interaction between people or entities. The combination of these summarizes how I feel about chemistry and how we as Mitsubishi Chemical use our technical strengths to produce products that bring benefit to society and to our customers. I also fully believe that chemistry - along with other technologies - will be a major contributor to solving some of the issues facing the world today. I recently joined Mitsubishi Chemical  and was impressed from day one by the support and consideration I received from all my colleagues across the organisation. It’s great to get involved in many projects impacting from line staff and leaders. I am supported to give input and contribute to significant work. I’m happy to be part of Mitsubishi Chemical. I have been with the company for 8 years, starting in R&D, now being Intellectual Properties Manager. I like my job because by working on patents I can contribute to the innovative capital of the company and hence to KAITEKI. Personally, I also appreciate the many training and education opportunities my employer offers. That is both motivating and useful to boost my personal development for the future.

EMEA Monomers Business Director, Lucite International

Learning and Development Manager, Mitsubishi Chemical Europe

Intellectual Properties Manager, Mitsubishi Polyester Film

 
 
 
 

Sarah Lowe

Thiemo Herbst

Miriam Hummel

I recently joined Mitsubishi Chemical and was impressed from day one by the support and consideration I received from all my colleagues across the organisation. It’s great to get involved in many projects impacting from line staff and leaders. I am supported to give input and contribute to significant work. I’m happy to be part of Mitsubishi Chemical. I have been with the company for 8 years, starting in R&D, now being Intellectual Properties Manager. I like my job because by working on patents I can contribute to the innovative capital of the company and hence to KAITEKI. Personally, I also appreciate the many training and education opportunities my employer offers. That is both motivating and useful to boost my personal development for the future. At  Mitsubishi Chemical I am valued as an employee and I feel comfortable in my working environment. We are continuously encouraged to challenge ourselves and to contribute our own ideas to develop innovative and sustainable products. Especially for me the flexibility to attend to family matters if necessary is very important.

Learning and Development Manager, Mitsubishi Chemical Europe

Intellectual Properties Manager, Mitsubishi Polyester Film

Manager R&D Product Development, Mitsubishi  Polyester Film

 
 
 
 

Thiemo Herbst

Miriam Hummel

Nana Behrend

I have been with the company for 8 years, starting in R&D, now being Intellectual Properties Manager. I like my job because by working on patents I can contribute to the innovative capital of the company and hence to KAITEKI. Personally, I also appreciate the many training and education opportunities my employer offers. That is both motivating and useful to boost my personal development for the future. At Mitsubishi Chemical I am valued as an employee and I feel comfortable in my working environment. We are continuously encouraged to challenge ourselves and to contribute our own ideas to develop innovative and sustainable products. Especially for me the flexibility to attend to family matters if necessary is very important. I enjoy working with Mitsubishi Chemical as the working environment fits perfectly to what I have always been looking for. It is a mixture of cultures with a close link to Japan. In the office, people care about and support each other regardless of whether they are working together daily or not. As a sales manager I can act as a bridge between our European customers, our office and the head quarter in Japan which is challenging and exciting at the same time.

Intellectual Properties Manager, Mitsubishi Polyester Film

Manager R&D Product Development, Mitsubishi Polyester Film

Sales Manager, Mitsubishi Chemical Europe

 
 
 
 

Miriam Hummel

Nana Behrend

Malcolm Kidd

At Mitsubishi Chemical I am valued as an employee and I feel comfortable in my working environment. We are continuously encouraged to challenge ourselves and to contribute our own ideas to develop innovative and sustainable products. Especially for me the flexibility to attend to family matters if necessary is very important. I enjoy working with Mitsubishi Chemical as the working environment fits perfectly to what I have always been looking for. It is a mixture of cultures with a close link to Japan. In the office, people care about and support each other regardless of whether they are working together daily or not. As a sales manager I can act as a bridge between our European customers, our office and the head quarter in Japan which is challenging and exciting at the same time. Chemistry has two traditional meanings in English; firstly, the science of substances and secondly the emotional or psychological interaction between people or entities. The combination of these summarizes how I feel about chemistry and how we as Mitsubishi Chemical use our technical strengths to produce products that bring benefit to society and to our customers. I also fully believe that chemistry - along with other technologies - will be a major contributor to solving some of the issues facing the world today.

Manager R&D Product Development,  Mitsubishi Polyester Film

Sales Manager, Mitsubishi Chemical Europe

EMEA Monomers Business Director, Lucite International