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International Paper: Probably responsible for your first love note

Even with modern day technology, we’re pretty sure paper is responsible for lots of big life moments – spitballs, love notes, origami and keeping score.

Go ahead and thank International Paper, a global leader in packaging and paper manufacturing. IP does other cool things too – besides having a name you can shorten in just two letters:

– Paper makes you smarter – it’s true. In a recent study, students who took notes on paper vs. a computer device did better in a comprehension test. As the saying goes: Act as smart as you look – grab some paper.

– International Paper also has products that make eating and drinking on-the-go easy, fun, colorful, environmentally responsible and more challenging when it comes to how many ways you can spill coffee in your car.

– Papermaking is as old as the pyramids. Retro is in…and so is International Paper.

– Think large companies and the environment go together like mayonnaise and jelly? International Paper has been recognized as a leader working to improve energy efficiency.

– You’ve got to have goals to succeed and IP is no different. By 2020 they aim to be safer, more efficient and a leader in the industry. Here’s how they are going to do it.

Why not work for a place responsible for your first cup of coffee and notes from the tooth fairy? Here’s how:

Mechanical Maintenance Associate

$22.86/$26.71

This position is perfect for the professional looking to grow. Duties will include basic welding, replacing pumps and values, forklift operations, motor replacements and more. Candidates will have a high school diploma or GED, basic computer skills and the ability to function in a team environment.

One-year experience is required in certain job skill areas. You will also need one-year vocational/technical education. If you are ready to make a difference, International Paper is ready for you. Apply here.

Also check out these employment opportunities with International Paper.


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 Courtney McLaughlin
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