Georgia -Pacific Information session and Interviews

October 03, 2005
Information-Session
Cox Hall Rm214
October 3, 2005
6:30pm

Interviews:
Pullen Hall
October 4, 2005
8:30am – 4:30pm

Process Engineers
Performs chemical engineering work in the analysis, planning and control of the manufacturing process for the production of pulp and paper products. Conducts trials, mill improvement studies and may coordinate effluent treatment projects, air quality studies, etc. Regularly advises or interprets information for directors/managers or superintendents. Position requires extensive interpersonal and group communication

Project Engineers
Provides engineering advice to operations and maintenance, implements changes to mill operations and equipment and assists in the design and modification of construction and installation of new equipment/facilities to directly effect operations.  Position requires extensive interpersonal and group communication.

Minimal Requirements
• Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Chemical Engineering
• Minimum 2.8 GPA
• Relevant co-op or intern experience
• Graduation date of December 2005 or May/June 2006