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15 days ago

Sales Manager

International Paper Grand Prairie, TX +2 locations

•Deliver value to our target accounts by overseeing the development and implementation of market driven strategies. •Create opportunities for…

11 days ago

Sales Associate Program

International Paper Aurora, IL +2 locations

Sales Associate Program International Paper is the world’s largest paper and forest products company. Primary businesses include paper, packaging…

24 days ago

Production Maintenance Mechanic

International Paper Olympia, WA

• Performs maintenance functions making repairs in electrical, mechanical, hydraulic breakdowns under minimal guidance of the maintenance supervisor… International Paper

9 days ago

Capital Projects Engineer

International Paper AUGUSTA MILL, GA +4 locations

include the following: Review and or define project scopes, develop and or review cost estimates as it pertains to electrical and process control… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Human Resources Generalist

International Paper Augusta, GA +4 locations

Business Partner: Act with line management in instituting work system improvements which positively impact business profitability and raise employee… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Project Engineer

International Paper AUGUSTA MILL, GA +2 locations

and quality as defined in the IP Project Delivery ProcessBuild a cohesive project team and leadership necessary to maximize team s success in… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Manager Federal Tax Planning

International Paper Memphis, TN +2 locations

Review of the companys U.S. Federal Corporate Income, Partnership, Fiduciary and Excise tax returns;Review of the quarterly tax accounting process… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Capital Projects Electrical Engineer

International Paper Vicksburg, MS +3 locations

Understand the project delivery process and help define project scope, goals and deliverables that support… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

HR Generalist

International Paper PRATTVILLE MILL, AL +2 locations

Business Partner: Act with line management in instituting work system improvements which positively impact business profitability and raise employee… Ivy Exec

14 days ago

Sales Associate OH, NY, IN, LA, TN,MS, IL, MO, OR, CA, AR, FL, SC

International Paper Delaware, OH +5 locations

• St. Louis, MO • Portland, OR • Bell, CA • Lynchburg, VA We are looking for motivated sales… CareerBuilder

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International Paper Chairman and CEO John V. Faraci Jr.
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    Solid company, solid people, reasonable expectations

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    Former Employee - SAP BW Developer in Memphis, TN (US)
    Former Employee - SAP BW Developer in Memphis, TN (US)

    I worked at International Paper full-time (more than 5 years)


    (For the IT org): Really solid training opportunities, good onboarding, good company culture, truly decent and basically good colleagues. The comp, benefits, vacation, etc., are fairly standard. Start before New Years, and you'll pick up nearly a full year toward your vacation increase at 5 years (effectively waiting only 4 years to get that extra week off). IP is a steady and predictable employer, and managers generally do their best to ensure a happy, healthy workforce. If you're willing to go out on the limb, branch out and learn a new position, you will usually be encouraged. They're big enough to absorb your vacancy, meaning you're usually 'releasable' to another manager for internal moves, and standouts are recognized. Shared Services model in IT allows if not encourages cross-pollination and syntopical learning. You can be silo'd if you choose to be, or you can float positions every couple of years if you like. It is unlikely that a solid worker would be downsized, as efforts are made to retain 'people', not just positions. I had an excellent experience at IP, and would return w/o hesitation if the circumstances making that feasible arose.


    If you really dig in and stick to a particular specialty, then advancement can be slow. In big, stable companies, many other employees realize when they have it good as well, so without standout performance or a few lateral moves (to round out technical and business experience), advancement might take a while.
    IF an individual thrives in a churning environment, then a smaller company with less process and planning might be preferred. The truly restless acheiver might feel stagnate, but again, a change of position and new learning is one way to keep things interesting w/o changing companies. IP is big enough to sustain some employee drift within the organization. If I had it to do over, I would have 'drifted' through more roles.

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    I felt I was truly well-managed, so the only things to note is that the culture of stability does discourage innovation to some degree (doing the necessary overshadows it), and compensation levels arguably reflect a trade-off between that stability and higher rates. Since Memphis is 'cheap' compared to a lot of IT markets, the local market rates discourage infusion of new blood. I would recommend Recruiting/HR/Managers take some long shots by focusing on some brand-name schools in addition to the usual suspects. It would be a long-term win for IP and the Memphis, TN community in general to infuse more top-tier graduates.

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