If society is to develop, it needs metals – and we need you!

To tomorrow’s miners, technicians, engineers, mechanics, geologists, loaders, maintenance workers, chemists, metallurgists, purchasers…

Operating mines and smelters requires people with drive, cutting edge knowledge, and a creative mind-set. If you are interested in rock, stability and perfect blasting, we need you. If you can drive heavy vehicles, service hi-tech equipment, work to prevent environmental damage, or sell raw materials, we need you, too

Your future starts at Boliden

Boliden is a capital-intensive company with large facilities and extensive processes. Working at Boliden means being part of an organisation that operates in various parts of the world. The diversity of the Group's operations offers a wide range of different occupations within numerous professional categories.

Managing and developing the business operations requires a skilled and committed workforce.  Boliden works, therefore, to create a business characterised by professionalism whose fundamental components are good developmental potential, good leadership, and a safe work environment where everyone conducts themselves in line with our shared values.

Our human resources policy is, in turn, characterised by such core values as confidence and trust, frankness and dialogue, personal commitment and personal responsibility. As we build up and develop our organisation and methods of cooperation, our focus throughout is on simplicity and transparency, determination and firmness.

Voices of Boliden

"I have been employed by Boliden for over nine years and I have had four different positions during this time. I belong to a generation that is known to welcome new challenges and I appreciate Boliden because they give you the opportunity to do this."

Voices of BolidenHanna Schweitz
Manager Secondary Raw Materials
In focus

Kerstin Konradsson

Kerstin Konradsson, Director Boliden smelters, appointed as the thirteenth most powerful woman in Swedish business in 2013.

The survey conducted by the Swedish Business Week is based on a survey and interviews with about 400 people. Kerstin, who is a newcomer in the list, qualified directly into this very honorable place. The list includes the 125 most powerful women in 2013, topped by Petra Einarsson at Sandvik Materials & Technology.

Read the article (in Swedish)

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