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SCA is recruiting 80 summer workers to Piteå

SWEDEN (News release) -- Christmas has not arrived yet, but SCA has already started recruiting temporary workers for next summer. 80 new employees will be recruited for Piteå.

"We know that the summer will be here before you know it, and that's why we're trying a new method to recruit young women and men. We'll be speed-interviewing many of the applicants," explains Klas Englund Sandlund, HR manager at SCA's Munksund Paper Mill.

Summer worker recruitment is important to ensure future competence in an exciting industry, but it also gives successful applicants a chance to get to know SCA a little better as a company.

"We're one of the biggest employers in Piteå, with several different plants. But the common denominator in all our different jobs is that we're using the force of the forest to work for a sustainable future. We have many operations, and if you work with us you can make a real difference. Our summer workers are crucial in this effort," says Klas.

"We aspire to have a diverse workplace and actively work to recruit more women into our operations. A diverse workplace is good for the entire organization - decisions improve, the rate of change increases and work is safer," explains Lars Bogren, Sawmill Manager.

There are many different positions to apply for at SCA, everything from sawmill and process operator to machine operator, construction worker, electrician and storehouse worker.

"We have many exciting jobs to offer, so I hope we get many applicants for our summer work," concludes Lars Bogren.

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