|Careers and Benefits|
In the three decades since we began operations in the U.S., Formosa Plastics Corporation, U.S.A. has become one of the largest domestic manufacturers of plastic resins, with nearly 2,800 employees and annual revenues of $5 billion. Leadership and teamwork continually demonstrated by our employees have made dynamic growth and integrated diversification the hallmarks of this organization.
We seek to provide a working environment in which our employees are able to
achieve individual professional goals while contributing to our many shared successes. We
are a customer-focused company, committed to providing the highest quality products and
services through superior and versatile technologies. We endeavor to be sensitive to the
needs of all employees and selects individuals who will make immediate and long-term
contributions to the company, aspire to our common goal of performance excellence and take
pride in fulfilling our commitment to our customers and responsibilities to each other.
Formosa Plastics Corporation, U.S.A. recruits employees from a variety of professions, including administration,
engineering, science, finance, customer service and sales to fill positions at our Corporate
Headquarters and manufacturing facilities.
You can view any open positions listed for any of our locations by clicking on the links at the top of this page.
Formosa Plastics Corporation, U.S.A. is an EEO/AAP/M/F/V/D employer.
We provide a comprehensive package of employee benefits, which are updated to meet the changing needs of our employees. We currently administer health, dental, partial pension, 401(k) savings, group term life insurance and AD&D insurance, and offer both short-term and long-term disability insurance and other corporate-wide employment benefits. We also offer employee wellness initiatives and, at some sites, classes.
Company-sponsored training is available to all employees.
Formosa Plastics is dedicated to growing our presence in the U.S. marketplace. We've recently invested a billion dollars in new plants and equipment, and are in the process of investing over two billion dollars more.