no. 1 producer of construction materials
3rd most competitive industrial and energy company
8th most competitive large company
top 10 exporter
It must be fun
Paula Eda Stoicescu, Junior Chemist
“I’ve been working in Wolf Group since 2021 and I’ve learned a lot in that short time! It’s important to have an employer that supports my university studies, considerate colleagues and good career and development opportunities. Most importantly, however, I want to be motivated to go to work when I wake up in the morning. And Wolf Group has met my expectations! My job interview was so different – we started joking immediately and it felt like home,” recalls Paula.
Paula acquired her university degree in chemistry in Germany. Wolf Group was the first job she applied for after graduation. She had no previous professional experience or extensive knowledge of construction chemicals, but the employer was very supportive and training was quick. Having extensive experience is not the only important thing at Wolf Group – you must also be willing to grow and learn.
“I’m currently working on sealant development projects, helping to improve these products and test their quality. I mix up new sealant masses in the lab and test them later. I’m happy to be able to put what I’ve learned into practice,” says Paula.
Wolf Group is an international company
Paula communicates with her colleagues in English, as many of them are Russian, and Spanish is also spoken. She has learned more Spanish and decided to take a Russian language course this year.
As well as learning a new language, Paula wants to continue her studies to develop as a junior chemist and take on more responsibility.
Indrek Piir, Production Engineer
Indrek started work in Wolf Group while he was still studying in university. “Go to work as early as you can,” he suggests. “I worked two days a week and the rest of the time, I was studying at university. I wanted to become an engineer and my goal was to build factories. But when the lecturer mentioned that Wolf Group was looking for a junior chemist, I thought, why not try.”
Here you have freedom to plan your own time and activities
“My job was to develop self-expanding tapes and perform laboratory tests. Once, I decided to find a solution for dealing with production scrap and developed my own method. The production director noticed me for that and a year later, I became a production engineer.”
Indrek has been working in the company since 2017. One of the reasons he has stayed here is his co-workers in production, who regularly organise joint events and spend time together outside of work.
Kaur Vahtrik, Quality Director
Kaur joined Wolf Group in his final year of university. He studied industrial engineering and one of his lecturers was the Production Director at Wolf Group. He recommended applying for the position of a shift supervisor in the sealants department in a public competition.
“I would recommend for anyone who sees themselves as a future leader to start at the level of a first level manager in production. It gives you the skills for the main jobs, on which you can then build your further career,” he says. Kaur mentions that he likes that you can receive calls from the USA, Spain, Russia and Germany all within a week. The development centre and head office are located in Estonia and all the important decisions are made here. As Kaur says − the magic happens here!
“I would like to thank my former manager, who was very supportive and demanding. If I did something wrong, I got told off, but when he felt that I was struggling, he helped me out, ” says Kaur.
In Wolf Group, you create your own workstation
Naturally, all people are different. The company offers an environment where you can create a workspace according to your skills and personality type. Wolf Group is the place where you can be creative!
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