Working Student Product Development Tapes for wire harness applications (m/f/x)

  • Location: ​Hamburg, Norderstedt - tesa Headquarter
  • Entry as: limited to max. 2 years
  • Work Area: Research and Development

 

What you will do

We are a development team responsible for project work in the area of adhesive technology. Our markets are subject to constant changes, which we face with enthusiasm, creativity, and diligence. Throughout the year, we are continuously looking for new student workers for exciting tasks in our technology and product development at the Norderstedt location.

  • You will support tesa SE in ongoing projects.
  • You will be responsible for sub-projects in the field of adhesive development.
  • You will supervise laboratory experiments and their evaluation for the development of new adhesives.

What you will need

  • Ideally, you are in the second year of your bachelor's degree in Chemistry / Chemical engineering / Process engineering.
  • You have high self-motivation and work independently.
  • Ideally, you have already gained initial laboratory experience.
  • You are proficient in using the MS Office package.
  • You are willing to work at tesa headquarters one to two days a week(flexible depending on working hours and during exams).
  • You speak fluent German (and/or English).

What you can expect

tesa is one of the world's leading manufacturers of adhesive tape solutions, with a range of more than 7,000 products.  With passion for technology, we drive innovation, reliability, and sustainability to shape a better future.

Our solutions make a difference in the work, products, and lives of our customers across a variety of industries, including Automotive, Electronics, and Home applications. With this, we address a broad segment of business customers, but also you as a private consumer.

You might be surprised to discover the many places where our adhesive solutions are at work, from the battery in your electric car, to the display of your mobile phone, and even in the elevator in your building. Wherever you look, you'll find tesa - holding the world together since more than 125 years.