who loses sleep over the last 1%? we do.
And if you do too, then Ashland would like to talk with you.
Are you the kind of person that is always thinking, sketching, seeking, and adjusting? Who needs to understand how things work and then figure out how they can work better? Are you a passionate, tenacious, solver who loves to work with others who share your drive? Are you positive, constructive, and ingenious?
Are you always solving™?
Then we’d like to meet you and bet you’d like to meet us.
At Ashland, our employees are our competitive advantage and the key to organizational success. Our goal is to attract, develop and retain the best talent at all levels.
To help us achieve this goal, Ashland is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants, without regard to age, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, veteran status or other personal or physical characteristics protected by law. In addition, as a company that does business with the federal government, Ashland also has written Affirmative Action Programs covering each of its U.S. facilities.
See additional information about equal employment opportunity at Ashland:
Ashland’s Reaffirmation of Equal Employment/Affirmative Action Statement
Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law
Equal Employment Opportunity Supplement
Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations Act
Need Help? If you have questions about our EEO policy, please contact the Human Resources Call Center by telephone at 1-800-782-4669 or email email@example.com
When requesting an accommodation, you will need to provide your name, a phone number, email address, or other means of contacting you, and a brief description of the nature of the requested accommodation. A member of the Staffing Services team will then contact you to discuss your request. A request for an accommodation will not affect your opportunities for employment with Ashland.
Ashland recently has become aware of various parties fraudulently posing as company executives or recruiters, attempting to engage with job seekers via several online job-search sites.