Our business in Hamburg
Feeling healthy and beautiful provides a certain quality of life. With this in mind, we have been researching and developing intelligent cosmetic solutions for more than thirty years. As a supplier and trader of high-quality raw materials, and also as a developer and trendsetter of innovative concepts and formulations, we are on hand to assist you at all times with our decades of expertise.
The focus of everything we do remains on the individual, even in the course of our everyday work. Manufacturing and stabilizing cosmetics using natural methods is a matter as close to our hearts as environmentally sound business practices and an ongoing dialogue with our customers, suppliers and employees. We always deal with others on a level playing field. We are aware of our responsibilities and are only satisfied once we have found the best possible solution.
Discover a world of opportunities! As a growing company, Evonik Dr. Staetmans GmbH, as part of the Evonik Group, is constantly offering committed applicants new career opportunities.
We look forward to receiving your online application here.
We will be happy to answer all your questions about your application under the following telephone number:
0800 238 6645 (free of charge within Germany)
+49 (0) 201 177 4200 (from abroad)
Exploring opportunities. Growing together.
Global Social Policy
Evonik Industries is an international industrial group based in Germany. The success and reputation of our company are based fundamentally on the professionalism and commitment of all employees. The objective of Evonik’s human resources and social policies is therefore to provide a work environment that respects the individuality of each employee and promotes initiative from every employee. We therefore undertake to create the conditions necessary for successful, trustful cooperation in which performance is recognized and rights are respected. Each employee should have the opportunity to realize his or her potential. Against this backdrop, we undertake to comply, in the context of the conditions of the operation, with the basic values explained below that were developed based primarily on the following documents:
- the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights,
- the OECD1 Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and
- the International Labor Standards of the International Labor Organization (ILO).