De Nora Tech, LLC – HR/Career Page
De Nora Tech, LLC – A world leader in the electrochemical industry investing in innovative anode and coating technology to improve efficiency in chlor-alkali processes, water treatment, cathodic protection, surface finishing, energy storage, and more.
Electrochemistry is an essential technology for the production of many industrial chemical products. De Nora Tech is a technology-driven manufacturing company focused on extending electrochemistry’s reach globally. We manufacture equipment that provides the foundation for the production of two of the most important chemicals in use in today’s society – chlorine gas and sodium hydroxide (caustic soda.) These are essential in the production of things we come in contact with every day – textiles, pulp and paper, soaps and detergents, vinyl – and in water treatment. De Nora Tech also provides specialized products and services in related fields and is constantly working to improve the daily lives of people all over the world.
De Nora Tech is headquartered in Concord, OH and a newly built manufacturing plant, opened in 2019, in Mentor, OH.
De Nora Tech offers careers in the following:
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Industrie De Nora (IDN), our parent company, does business worldwide and is based in many countries, and brings different cultures, mindsets, and experiences together. Its legal entities recruit, employ, retain, promote and manage employees without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, or citizenship. IDN and DNT recognize the value of a diverse workforce in understanding and satisfying customers’ needs and for cross-cultural enrichment of know-how and competencies. Mutual exchange is fostered through opportunities for interaction among employees from different legal entities. One of the ways this is accomplished is through short, long, or permanent assignment to another of IDNs legal entities. Employees having potential talents and having expressed an interest are considered for mobility and evaluated by Human Resources and their Line Manager. Each case is given individual consideration recognizing the inconvenience that moving may cause. In addition to compensation, this can include accommodations, transportation, schooling, insurances, fiscal support, home leaves, language assistance, paperwork and other support.