Welcome to Pascal Career Site

Here we introduce you to the Human Resource Department, your starting point as a prospective employee.


As a prospective applicant, you will want to learn more about Pascal. Here you can read about our culture and our values before you submit your application. We highly recommend that you review the information in the following sections before submitting an application, either in response to an advertised position or as a general prospective employment enquiry. 

Our Culture

Our culture is the aggregate values, knowledge and attitudes that characterize our organization and the people within it. Our organization consists of people, processes and systems that interact in symbiosis with our operational structure and defined values. 

All of this comprises our culture – and our culture defines the way we do things. 

Our values

At Pascal we have defined some rules of conduct that we all live on, and which have become an essential part of our DNA. Our values are described in detail in the following.


Growth is most often understood and applied in its narrowest economic sense. At Pascal we embrace growth in its widest sense. Sustained and sustainable growth is an integral part of our DNA. As a value, it references the broadening and deepening development of our people and the ways in which we function together; as well as our collective impact on the wider world.

Growth starts with the recognition of possibilities and the pursuit of opportunities. Individually we require the courage and willingness to approach the challenging and the unknown, to expand our vision and our understanding, and embrace our personal development. Growth demands commitment and occasionally sacrifice, but it rewards us with a dynamic and challenging work experience and the opportunity for greater personal fulfillment.

Working individually and together, in teams and as an organization, we grow as an organism.

A primary indicator of growth is ‘momentum’. When we gain momentum, current issues and obstacles can be viewed in the ‘rear-view mirror’, as objectives turn into accomplishments at an increasing pace. The better focused and more driven we are — as individuals and together, within our teams and organizational structures — the stronger the momentum becomes.

Momentum protects and builds on what we have created and achieved. It ensures our job security, financial strength, and stability, and gives us satisfaction in our everyday activities and achievements. Growth is a primary indicator of success; the culmination of effort and commitment of all within the organization. The personal fulfillment that accompanies it ensures we are engaged with our common purpose and endeavor.


Collaborative learning and personal development are cornerstones of our organizational growth strategy. It is a key input commitment from everyone that we continue to develop; to learn, acquire new skills and competences, and expand our knowledge and experience. The personal development of our people has a direct influence in advancing the organizational development of our company.

It ensures the continued and increasing value of our greatest asset — our human resource capabilities.


Understanding is the foundation of ‘intrinsic motivation’. Motivation is only present at an individual level when objective and intent, process and current position are all clearly understood.

It must be clear — and clearly communicated — to everyone what the purpose and underlying intention of an objective are, and what the means of achieving it are. By joint effort, messenger and receiver are responsible for securing common understanding.

At team and organizational levels, shared understanding ensures a shared investment and motivation in achieving the objective; creating a common sense of purpose in contributing to the greater good. Collaborative understanding of process and objective, at every level, provides a competitive advantage in the market.


At Pascal responsibility is a core corporate value. Responsibility in relation to the company, its employees, activities, external stakeholders — including our customers and suppliers — and the world at large.

We adopt a comprehensive approach to responsibility in our planning and in working towards a long-term sustainable future with strategies that go beyond the mere management of short-term risk. At Pascal, we hold ourselves to the highest standards of responsibility. Standards that require us to always adopt the responsible course of action in pursuit of our objectives, even when that may inconvenience us, or be at odds with our immediate objectives.

Responsibility, as a core corporate value, engenders trust and credibility in the company among all of its stakeholders and beyond. It is incumbent not only on the company but on its individual employees to adhere to this value in their everyday activity and in working for our future growth.


At Pascal we believe that it is through collaboration that we work together with the greatest impact on desired results and are able to fully realize the value that everyone brings to the company; in terms of skills, knowledge, learning, competences and experience.

Collaborative participation, at every level of activity, is the essential process by which we plan and set our objectives and determine the means of achieving these objectives. Collaborative learning is the process by which we reach an agreement, achieve outcomes in which we are all invested.

Genuine, open collaboration requires us to embrace diversity and difference of opinion as positive forces.

Diversity opens us up to the widest range of ideas, possibilities, and original thinking, and to differences of opinion and approach. Diversity will sometimes lead us into conflict, requiring us to seek resolution and reach an agreement, in achieving an outcome. Constructive conflict is an important aspect of collaborative learning.

The process of conflict and resolution is one that we should view as helping us to achieve the better outcome; an outcome in which everyone is invested. Conflict should never be the means of fighting for position or imposing our will on others. In a supportive environment of respect for and trust in our colleagues, acknowledging our interdependence, conflict can assist us in identifying misaligned views and priorities, and help us learn and attain better understanding, and develop lasting collaborative relationships.