Bioagra increases employment
In connection with the development of its operations, Bioagra SA is looking for people to work at the Ethanol Plant “Goświnowice” near Nysa, for the following positions: Mechanics-hydraulics – 2 employees, Chief Mechanic Specialist for ZUR – 1 employee, Finished Goods Warehouse Worker – 8 employees , Quality controller, laboratory employee – 2 people.
Bioagra offers, among others, employment under a contract of employment, specialized training, the opportunity to learn English and private medical care at LUXMED.
We expect higher technical education, mechanical direction and machine construction from the Chief Specialist of Mechanics for ZUR. The candidate must have energy licenses up to 15 kilovolts and several years of experience in maintenance services.
An employee of a finished goods warehouse may have vocational or secondary education, but most important are strong computer skills, including proficiency in MS Office.
A quality controller, laboratory worker, should have a university degree in chemistry or related education. You should show good computer skills and knowledge of MS Excel. A year of experience working in a similar position is welcome.
A mechanic-plumber should have a technical secondary (mechanical) education, energy qualifications, the ability to read technical drawings, experience in a similar work place for a minimum of 1 year and a category B driving license.
Bioagra SA is currently Poland’s largest producer of bioethanol and ethanol produced from corn grain. The company’s production plant, which is located near Nysa, is one of the largest employers in the region. Nearly 150 people work there. A much larger number of people find jobs in the company’s economic environment, including in the services and storage sector, transport and agriculture. The company was awarded in the Employer of the Year competition by the Nysa County in the category of medium and large enterprise. In its selection, the chapter was mainly guided by the state and stability of employment in enterprises, the amount of average employee remuneration, innovation and charity.
The company also cooperates with nearly 1,400 farmers and agricultural companies from all over the country. As many as 700 of them come from the Opolskie Voivodeship and satisfy nearly 40% of company’s demand for corn grain.