BASF Corporation Jobs & Careers in Palmyra, MO

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22 days ago

Instrument & Electrical Engineer

BASF Corporation Palmyra, MO

• Performing shop and field inspection of instruments and electrical equipment… BASF Corporation

26 days ago

Staff Engineer (Project Manager, Chemical Manufacturing)

BASF Corporation Palmyra, MO

The Staff Engineer (Project Manager) is the focal point of responsibility, authority, and accountability of these capital investments. The successful… BASF Corporation

22 days ago

Process Engineer

BASF Corporation Palmyra, MO

Include: • Interacting with supervisor and other on-site/off-site personnel (development chemists, production management, project engineers… BASF Corporation

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BASF Corporation Chairman & CEO Hans Engel
Hans Engel
120 Ratings

    Great company, competitive benefits, you'll work hard

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    Current Employee - Product Manager
    Current Employee - Product Manager

    I have been working at BASF Corporation full-time for more than 5 years


    Lots of opportunities for development and growth in your career. You have a chance to move up the ladder or take lateral moves. You can choose to have a job with lots of depth of knowledge (subject matter expert) or you can take a path to broader skill set with experts on your team. If you want to work abroad or move around within the US, that is all possible as well. Pretty much there is a fit for just about anyone. Salary and benefits are top notch. If you want to go back to school, that's a benefit. If you need a flexible schedule to work from home, it's possible. Plus there are perks like discounts with appliance and car manufacturers.


    If you want to move up, you need to be mobile. This is true for most global companies, but especially true of BASF. It is a very large company so with that comes bureaucracy. Work loads can be difficult to maintain a healthy work/life balance.

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    Keep up the policies for developing talent. This is a best practice. However, with that, thinning down workforce and adding that work to remaining employees shoulders is tough. That will impede long term retention.

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