Your direct entry at Henkel
Are you an experienced professional who keeps pushing for improvement? Perfect, you can start right off! Take a highly responsible position in one of our business units or functions, trigger innovative ideas, and shape our brands and culture according to your own convictions.
Craft your career
For those with ambitions in a very particular field, we offer specialized development opportunities. Take a look at our Scientific Career Path in our Business Unit Adhesive Technologies for example:
At Henkel, you can choose from multiple job roles in 75 countries. Thanks to our internationality, you can experience our three business areas, 43 countries, and different functions within your career. Will you take the chance?
Room for your development
Henkel stands for life-long learning, counting for everyone from intern to manager. According to that, professionals pass our Talent Management Cycle once a year. Here, you’ll receive constructive feedback by your supervisor as well as a personal development plan!
Henkel Learning Opportunities
We believe that life-long learning is the key to success. Take advantage of our various learning opportunities, including on-demand access to more than 9.000 online courses including business, technology, or creative thinking skills.
If you start working at Henkel, you can be sure to stay up-to-date when it comes to #digital! Our Digital Upskilling initiative offern all employees engaging trainings for the use of digital tools and more agile work processes.
Regardless in which location you’ll start - at Henkel, you’ll enjoy high social protection as well as a decent salary. Are you ambitious to perform above the average? You can be sure, you’ll be compensated accordingly.
As a global company, we think it’s our responsibility to care about our society and environment. Through our “MIT” initiative, we encourage our employees to engage in voluntary work. Learn more about our numerous charity projects around the world.
During the first step we are happy about your comprehensive online application at our Henkel job portal. You will need your résumé - preferably as a PDF file. Please make use of the opportunity to upload further relevant documents (e.g. certificates, overview of grades), so we have all documents at
our hands, which are relevant for our decision. In case you have a LinkedInprofile, you can comfortably import your data with one click. A letter of motivation can be attached optionally
Henkel and Boeing collaborate on REACH-compliant structural adhesive for aircraft interiors
Henkel Adhesive Technologies - a leader in structural adhesives and surface treatments for the aircraft OEM and MRO industries worldwide - recently collaborated with Boeing to develop Loctite EA 9365FST, a new two-part epoxy adhesive that reinforces and bonds thermoplastic and thermoset substrates and can serve as a matrix resin on fiberglass to strengthen the thin walls of thermoplastic assemblies. Developed for use in aircraft interiors, the halogen and antimony-free adhesive meets industry fire retardancy, smoke density and toxicity (FST) requirements, is REACH and EH&S compliant worldwide, and is qualified to Boeing process specification BAC 5568.
Henkel completes sale of Right Guard and Dry Idea brands
Henkel has closed the sale of two brands, Right Guard and Dry Idea, to Thriving Brands LLC, effective June 1, 2021. Both brands are mainly focused on the North American and UK markets. The transaction is another milestone in the company’s ambition to actively shape its portfolio, an important pillar of its Purposeful Growth agenda. Last year, Henkel announced that the company has identified brands and categories with a total sales volume of more than one billion euros, predominantly in its consumer businesses, of which around 50 percent are marked to be divested or discontinued by 2021.
Henkel on food contact packaging: Sustainability and food safety are two sides of the same coin
The importance of food safety in packaging remains paramount for consumers. At the same time, the sustainability of packaging is becoming ever more relevant as a factor in the purchasing decision. Legislators are increasingly acting on these demands, introducing relevant regulation. A few examples: starting January 2022, France is likely to ban the usage of mineral oils in packaging all together, in its ‘Loi relative à la lute contre le gaspillage et pour une économie circulaire’ (AGEC). Meanwhile, Germany is working on new stricter threshold guideline for mineral oil when it comes to the reuse of recycling paper for food contact applications.