Using Linked In to start or strengthen your connection with Celanese

If you’re active on social media you may have noticed that Celanese has amplified its presence on Linked In with a refreshed company page and a more robust special interest group, Celanese | Current and past employees.

The refreshed company page is the go-to for information on open career opportunities at Celanese sites around the world.  Additional information includes background on the company’s strategy, areas of focus and significant corporate announcements.  Benefits to clicking on the “follow” button include:

The company page also has links to overview videos and strategy information so that those unfamiliar with the company can quickly understand our  two core capabilities and the businesses that comprise each.

The Celanese group, Celanese | Current and past employees, is a members only group that requires approval for admittance. The group is specifically for those who are currently or previously employed by Celanese. It provides a community of like-minded individuals who share the common experience of working at Celanese. Current jobs are also featured on this site for alumni interested in returning.

If you’ve not yet ventured onto Linked In, consider a two-step process that begins with establishing a profile:

The next step is active participation:

Linked In can be used at a variety of levels, from a platform to build a business to a directory of global contacts.  Enjoy the ability to monitor and interact with companies, organizations and professionals with just a few keystrokes. And when you have the chance, share your thoughts via the Celanese company page and group. We welcome your participation.

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				Linda Beheler is a member of the global communications team, responsible for external communications. She enjoys planning and outsourcing home improvement projects, traveling and movies.				

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