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It is with great pride that we can present this year’s edition of Pejling. As an engineering student or as a recently graduated engineer, you probably have quite a lot of questions regarding how to make yourself visible in the labor market and how you can convince the companies that you are the right person for the job. In Pejling 2020 you have the opportunity to read articles with good advices on internships during your study, how you should attend a career fair, what a good job interview is, and much more. If your résumé is in need of some fine-tuning or if you need good advice for your application, then Pejling 2020 is a great place to start as well because we bring good articles with guides for exactly this purpose. Pejling 2020 can also help you if you are curious on what the different engineering companies have to offer. In this edition of Pejling you are presented with more than 40 different companies from a wide range of professional fields. You will find this section at the end of the book. Here, you’ll be able to see what the different companies have to offer and whether or not a company is right for you.

We guarantee that your specific areas of interest and study are covered. Pejling 2020 offers you concrete and credible advice that have been produced in cooperation with business people, career counselors, and study counselors, who follow the development on a daily basis. Current students and young engineers also help make Pejling a credible tool for engineering students, who will soon enter the labor market. In short, Pejling is packed with information, and you are bound to find something new and exciting. On behalf of De Studerendes Erhvervskontakt, DSE (Students’ Business Relations) The Pejling Committee – from student to student


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Teknologisk Institut Since 1906, Teknologisk Institut has built bridges between research and industry and pushed technology towards sustainable growth. The mission is to strengthen Danish industry companies on the global stage, so Denmark can sustain and evolve Danish industry workplaces. World class equipment and facilities are a key element on the journey to creating a unique position in the ­Danish innovation system. With more than 1,000 highly specialised employees, Teknologisk Institut is ready to contribute to Denmark’s continuously sustainable evolution. Photo: Teknologisk Institut.

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A new world awaits First and foremost, congratulations on getting — or finishing — your university degree within the unmeasurable topics of natural arts. It takes motivation, ­dedication, and — not least — curiosity.

you come with an understanding that is unique to your generation, as the digital world has always been a part of your life. You have to use this for your coming journey.

When you have got the diploma, the joy of expectation comes. What will tomorrow bring and what challenges await?

In continuation of your digital understanding and in a globalised world that is constantly changing, your ability to read and learn new things is essential for your future. Things we did yesterday are not necessarily the same things we will do tomorrow. Throughout your studies, you have proved that you can acquire new knowledge and solve complex problem statements on a high level. Together with your critical sense, you have to take this ability with you. I have no doubts that this will contribute to your future success.

You might experience that there is a demand for your competences when you are trying to find your first real job. It is a nice feeling, and for many, the choice will be vast. The first job and a good start is important. This is where you are going to explore what gives you a good work life – what makes you happy. Some of the things I have valued in my journey from consultant to administrative director at Teknologisk Institut are motivating work tasks, technological challenges, chances to evolve, and good colleagues to work alongside. I want to highlight two things that I see as important to future success.

At Teknologisk Institut, we believe that technology can improve society, work lives, and human lives. This is why we build bridges between research and industry, where we make the abstract concrete.

Your technological and digital understanding now and in the future is important in order to be able to create results and full solutions for the clients and society of the future. At this time,

We create usable solutions for our clients in our business areas: AgroTech, Building and Construction, Energy and Climate, Food, Innovation and ­Production, Life Science and Materials.

Lastly, I would like to wish you luck with finding a future job in which you will help make the difference that you believe is right. Søren Stjernqvist CEO Teknologisk Institut

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Content THE FIELD OF STUDY

Project work with a company can give you an idea about the future The education is more than just university

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Get to know yourself, so you can set the course of your career

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New job, new colleagues, new home, new city

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A lot to learn and more responsibility

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Butterflies in the stomach

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A day with meetings

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A day from project to project

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Putting out fires at work

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Meet the companies at the DSE-fair – they are there to meet you

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Go for the dream job – even if it is in the outskirts

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Get your feet under the table

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Exchange combines travelling dreams and professional ambitions

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When the nerves wind you up

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Are you controlling your time, or is your time controlling you? Done as a bachelor in engineering – or just over halfway? “I am both practically and theoretically strong”

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JOB APPLICATION AND RÉSUMÉ

Your personal branding is the difference between success and failure Everyone can stand out – No one is completely regular  

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How to land the job at the job interview

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Job interviews: the most ­important tips

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Oops – what do I say now?

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“Begin by asking for a realistic, yet optimistic, starting salary”

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How to apply for an unlisted job 54-55 A professional network creates career opportunities

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Concrete proposals for a better application

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The finished and good application

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Tips for writing a résumé

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Project work with a company can give you an idea about the future

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The education is more than just university

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Exchange combines travelling dreams and professional ambitions

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When the nerves wind you up

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Are you controlling your time, or is your time controlling you?

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Done as a bachelor in engineering – or just over halfway?

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“I am both practically and theoretically strong”

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Project work with a company can give you an idea about the future As a physics student, Emil Visby has previously had some issues answering what he will use his education for. He is still not able to give a concrete answer, but after a project course in a company, he now has some confidence that he will get a sensible and interesting job.

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The project with Foss Analytical and this X-ray source and detector have given him an idea about what he can also use his education for. Private photo.

When you study Physics and Nanotechnology, the first semesters are fairly planned. Here you have to ‘gain a fundamental understanding of quantum mechanics, solid-state physics and nano-scale material physics, optic and photonics, as well as fabrication of micro and nano structures’. In short, theory with theory on top. “As a physicist, it can be hard to see which companies can use those competences. For a building engineer, it is obvious what to do afterwards, but I have had a hard time seeing what all that physics theory could be used for,”

says Emil Visby, who is now studying the masters’ degree of the course, Physics and Nanotechnology. During the fourth semester, he cooperated with the company Foss Analytical about a project. Foss Analytical works with solutions to secure and improve food quality. This is where he gained a new view of both the study and the future. “Even though the project with Foss only lasted three weeks, it was interesting for me to experience how the theory I had learned at DTU actually could be used for something, and that has given


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me a belief that there is an exciting job on the other side, even though it is not so obvious,” he says.

Seize the chance Early contact with the company was established during the second semester, in relation to a project Emil did in collaboration with a scientist from DTU. Foss Analytical was interested in some data from the project, which, amongst others, involved an x-ray detector. “At a company day at DTU Physics, I went to Foss Analytical’s stand and talked to Elisabeth Ulrikkeholm, who works as an engineer at Foss’ R&D department. I got her business card, with the message that I should just write to her. I did, and asked if it was possible to complete a three-week project in June with the company,” says Emil. They made it work. The project was, in short, about testing whether you could decide food’s composition through absorption of x-rays. “It is well known that you can use this method for analysing fat content of meat - but it was interesting to see if the method could be used for other foods,” he says.

and described how the x-ray spectrum acted in the different mixes. “When the precise mixing ratio was known, I could also examine how accurate the method was, when I could look at the pictures from the x-ray I tried to decide a mix fat contents,” says Emil. In two weeks, he worked on measuring data and conducting different tests from DTU and spent a week at Foss Analytical, where he analysed the results. “It was a good experience to just spend one week in an engineering company. We solve a lot of equations and learn a lot of theory daily, but we know very little about what they do in the companies, and why we are actually

supposed to learn all this theory,” he says. Take advantage of the company fairs He has no doubts about whether he will recommend other students to apply outside the university world outside their course. “It has been really cool and super easy from the moment I made contact with the company. So use the different fairs to talk to the companies. And remember to follow up on the contacts by sending an email afterwards. I can definitely see that that was what worked for me, after the informal conversation and a business card. So when people say ‘just write’, remember to do so,” Emil recommends.

One week makes the difference In the project, he prepared and tested foods with different nutritional values,

DSE Fair Lyngby. Photo: Bjarne Erick.

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The education is more than just university The engineering course contains a lot of opportunities to get outside the university’s walls during your study time. Seize them, say both a career counsellor and HR manager. Read more about why here.

If you go on exchange, you get some very tangible experiences in working in a different country and culture. You get an international mind-set and an international culture under­ standing, says career counsellor Christian Friis-Nielsen from Aalborg University. Source: Universiteternes Statistiske Beredskab, 2007-2018.

Regardless of whether you collaborate with a company during your study, or go on exchange — and regardless of whether it is in Denmark or overseas – a thing like that can have great meaning. “You can’t avoid getting to know yourself better. You get to learn your preferences, and that is a starting point for being able to navigate. ­Because you need to know who you are, to be able to find your way and set your course for a career,” says career counsellor Christian Friis-Nielsen from Aalborg University. The gains of a collaboration with a company during your study are almost always valuable. “Even a smaller project can be enough to get a grip. You understand your own education in a bigger context, and get wiser about what to use it for later on. You get to test your professionalism, and might get motivation in relation to what you are working on,” he says.

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“At the driving school, you learn all the theoretical stuff you have to know in order to navigate in the traffic, but you don’t become a good driver until you make it to the streets, and learn the unwritten rules as well. In the same way, a project oriented process in a company qualifies you to step out into the workforce,” he explains.

International mind-set If you choose to have some of your education abroad, you will get a résumé with good experiences, but also a solid baggage. “It gives you some very tangible experience of working in a different country and a different culture. You get an international mind-set and an international cultural understanding that you definitely can use in a Danish context, if you, for instance, end up working in a company with international departments and colleagues. Even if they do not come from the country you were in exchanged in - but the experience means you have a different approach and sense of cultural likenesses and differences,” says Christian Friis-Nielsen.


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Chest hair In the engineering company NIRAS, with more than 1,000 engineers, a recent graduate with work experience often has an advantage. “It naturally depends which position we want to fill, but it naturally gives some chest hair if you have had an internship or a study job in a company. Then you know that there will be demands about deadlines, you know how a company works, and you have an understanding about how everyone has their tasks that have to be solved and prioritised. It is also a sign that you have energy for more than studying, and you have an interest in the world around you,” says manager of HR and communication Susanne Kynne Frandsen. NIRAS has recently invested in many international business fields — for instance in wind energy, harbours and food production. “This is why we have a lot of stationing, and if that is a road you want to go down, it is clearly an advantage to have lived, studied, or worked abroad for a period. It shows that you are independent and can work in a different daily day and language,” she says.

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Exchange combines travelling dreams and professional ambitions There can be a lot of good reasons to study a semester abroad. Victor Boserup from DTU had both professional and personal dreams; he achieved those in Canada. When you can see an end to your studies, and have never tried anything but school or studying, you can consider whether you should have tried something else for a while. It is not too late, even if you have already started university. “I went from ninth grade, to high school, and directly onto university. I had an idea about taking a gap year and travelling, but I chose to continue my studies, because I also wanted to get on with my education. So I promised myself I’d travel during my studies, and experience the world in that way. Then, I could combine experiencing a new culture with studying, and still not interrupt my studies,” says Victor Boserup, who is studying his master’s degree in Byggeteknologi at DTU.

Influence on the study In the fall of 2016, Victor Boserup spent a semester at The University of British Columbia in Vancouver. It changed his course of study. “I took courses in structural dynamic in buildings, amongst other things. I chose to focus on seismic — a kind of special angle in Denmark, but fairly rel-

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An exchange programme grants you other experiences than just the professional ones. Here is Victor Boserup (left) in a tandem kayak on the north-easter coast of Vancouver Island to watch orcas. Private photo.

evant in Vancouver. When we talk about dynamics in Denmark, it is usually about the wind’s influence on buildings.

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VICTOR’S ADVICE FOR OTHERS WITH PLANS OF GOING ON EXCHANGE I wrote my bachelor project within the field, and later my dissertation. So my exchange has had a great influence on my education,” he says. Victor Boserup is sure that you can get a good career without having been on exchange, but it gives an advantage. “I feel fairly sure that the experience has strengthened me personally and professionally. The world has become a bit smaller, and I see more opportunities to get a job abroad or in an international company in Denmark that could build bridges abroad and therefore have seismic specialists hired,” he says. On a personal level, the exchange has also been an experience. “It was exciting to experience a different culture — even if Vancouver, compared to other places in the world, is not so foreign at all. But I met students from all over the world, and formed friendships with both local and international students,” tells Victor Boserup.

Start early I participated in the first information meeting about exchange at the start of the second semester. Even if you’ve just started and might not be able to keep track of anything but studying, it is important to start early when looking into the possibilities—especially if you want to go outside of Europe. Get help from your university The universities typically have introduction meetings every semester. Sign up for those and find out which universities are exciting, and what could be relevant for you. A lot of places only admit people with a certain grading average. Choose the right university You have to decide whether to choose by professional standards or the culture that the university is a part of. After all, you do have to live there for half a year and be able to thrive both professionally and culturally. For instance, I decided that it had to be an English speaking country, so there would not be any language barriers. Go early It can be a challenge to find the right place to live, especially if the foreign university does not offer housing as a part of the exchange programme. Therefore, it might be a good idea to go a few weeks in advance, so there is time to find a place to live before the course starts. Do not spend too much time with your countrymen There will typically be other Danes at the foreign university, but do try to make friends with the locals and other exchange students. Read more at www.studyabroad.dtu.dk or www.internationaltkontor.aau.dk.

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When the nerves wind you up Many experience great discomfort when they have an exam, or just have to talk to a group. But you can get help. If you get anxious about exams or speaking in a group, you are not alone. In DJØF’s study life survey from 2017, seven per cent state that they have used performance enhancing drugs in relation to their education — one such example is beta blockers, which are used to reduce heart palpitation. And a Danish study from YouGov in 2011 shows that 20 per cent dislike speaking in front of a group of colleagues. Psychologist Monica Tafdrup Notkin, who has helped a lot of people gain the confidence to speak up, gives tips for how to get rid of anxiety. Why can you get nervous before an exam or a presentation? It is very common to be nervous or tense in certain situations. But I meet a lot of people who experience more than a regular amount of anxiety. Just having an exam or speaking to a group of people can almost kill them. It might be students who applied through quota 2 and may feel that they know nothing, and actually are not meant to be on the course. They are scared of falling,

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of being caught. Then there are others who are perfectionists and set such high standards for themselves that they are scared of not living up to their own expectations. They may think that their teachers have just as high expectations, because they usually do well, and they can be hard to live up to. It is true for everyone that anxiety can follow them through the entire degree — and into their work life. They fear failing the course, later getting fired, and being viewed as a nobody. Basically, it is a fundamental fear of getting excommunicated from the flock. But can nervousness enhance a presentation? If you wish to perform, you can mobilise some extra powers, so a bit of nervousness is good. The brain speeds up, and you become more effective. But some become so nervous that they can get so extreme physical symptoms and they might think they have to call in sick. They are afraid that the system breaks down due to an overload. In the moment, they feel a great relief, but afterwards, it is like peeing your pants in cold weather. It warms you for a moment, but then it gets very cold. Afterwards come the problems and the self-loathing. If you have to do a re-examination, you furthermore have the unpleasant experiences in the back of your head — that last time you were so

nervous you had to cancel — and then you are in a vicious circle. How are feelings, thoughts, and behaviour affected by performance anxiety? The physical symptoms are often extreme heart palpitations, red cheeks, and sweating. Your hands and legs might shake—maybe also your voice. Most think that they are being perceived as incompetent because they are so nervous. But that is not something you can conclude. There is also no connection between how nervous the participants feel they are and how others perceive them. I have had hundreds of clients in my workshops who are all convinced that it is visible to anyone, how nervous they are, but in most cases, it is not so. What is the best way to handle the anxiety? We cannot control our thoughts. But we can control whether we believe them or question whether they can be true. If, for instance, you think that ‘if I make a mistake, I will be fired, because it is too embarrassing that I don’t know how to handle this situation’, it might be a good idea to change perspective. If there is a colleague who makes a mistake, you can see that it does not mean that they are about to get fired. It is important to correct your fear fantasies in relation to reality and practice support-


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Two places that you have the option of breaking the evil circle: 1. You cannot control your thoughts, but you can choose whether you get carried away by them or actively make supportive and encouraging ‘cheers’. 2. If you get heart palpitations, get tense, or start to shake, you can work with your breathing: make sure to breathe in peacefully all the way into your stomach, and pay attention to how you are grounded.

Illustration: Monica Tafdrup Notkin.

FEELINGS Anxiety, nervousness, sadness.

ive thoughts. For instance, think of the situation where you have a little child who is learning to walk. The first time the child lets go, you do not say ‘now you fall, you are clumsy, you walk weirdly, you will hurt yourself, you will never learn to walk’. If a mother said that, you would say she was cruel. But there are many who talk to themselves like that, instead of being supportive and encouraging. You should also remember that there generally is a lot of help to get. If you come to a halt, it is perfectly ok to say: I lost my train of thought, where was I? And then you will probably get help.

When should you seek professional help? If you start to avoid certain situations - for instance, by calling in sick if you have a presentation or an exam - you need help. When you are ­overwhelmed by catastrophic thoughts like ‘I will drop out of the course’, ‘I will be unem­ ployed’, or ‘I will end up homeless’ and imagine a complete social detour, that ends in a black hole, then you need to get your thoughts corrected and learn to generate supportive thoughts and get a more realistic world view.

Psychologist Monica Tafdrup Notkin has written the handbook ‘Få mod til at tale’ (‘Get the courage to speak’). Read about the book and her here: www.korttidsterapi.dk/talerkursus.

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Are you controlling your time, or is your time controlling you? There is a lot that calls for your attention in your everyday life. The dentist, your study, your significant other, laundry, and friends. Sometimes it can be hard to prioritise. Here is a list of tools to plan your life so you get more free time.

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When students cannot manage an exam, cannot do the courses they signed up for, or maybe just generally want to refine their study techniques, students show up at study guidance to get advice. “And that is what we give them. The tips can be used by everyone, though – whether you are a first year student at university or working a job. Because you can always get better at working with yourself and your time,” says Lene Agger, who is study and well-being counsellor at Aalborg University.

Have a clear vision of your goals and values Lene Agger points out that you generally have to have a clear vision of your priorities, and that it is never too late to get it. “As a student, you can start by asking yourself: what are my goals and values? For instance, what do I want to achieve with this course or this semester? Once you know that, you have a better overview of where to put your time. But you also have to keep in mind that, in order to live life fully, you have to look at the big picture. You also have to remember the laundry, your friends, and the dentist visits - and don’t forget all the things that make you happy. There are a lot of elements, and there has to be space for all of them,” says Lene Agger.

Room for the unpredictable In the study guidance, it is the general recommendation that study and work should not take up more than 60 percent of waking hours. “There also has to be room for the unpredictable stuff. You may get sick and have to see a doctor, have a water pipe fixed, or help a friend. There also has to be room for the fun stuff, because that is where we get our energy so we can handle the hard periods. Right before an exam, there will naturally be some more stressful situations, where you have to prioritise differently, because you may have a lot to read up on in a short amount of time, but that will be doable if your daily life is generally more structured,” she says.

Regain the overview If you do not get everything done that you have planned, it may feel like a defeat - like you are inadequate. That may sometimes be helped by asking yourself: • Can it wait? • Is it important? • Can I get others to help me, or outsource some tasks?


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Find an energy source The energy to work and study has to come from somewhere. Try looking at your calendar for your coming week. When have you set time aside for three or more things that make you happy? Try finding things you can spend less time on in order to create time for the things that give you energy.

Get the right study technique If you find that you cannot read the entire curriculum during the course, and feel pressured about your inadequacy, it might be a good idea to ask yourself: • Does it make sense for me to read all of the curriculum thoroughly? • Are there some subjects during this semester that I want to prioritise higher than others?

• When during the day do I read best? • Do I read better if I sit with someone else? • Can my co-students help me gain a better understanding of certain texts?

Get more inspiration here: www.studieteknik.aau.dk or download AAU Student app (Feel Good).

GET AN OVERVIEW WITH A WEEKLY SCHEDULE To get everything done, both in regards to education and spare time, it is important to plan, divide, and prioritise the different tasks over the course of a day and a week. You can choose how detailed the planning should be: if, for instance, you want to time all details, put in coffee breaks and so on, or if you want the schedule to be more general. But it is important to also make time for the activities that lie outside the student life, like family, friends, transport, free time, network, and more. Source: AAU Studievejledning www.studieteknik.aau.dk.

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Done as a bachelor in engineering – or just over halfway? A portion of bachelors of science in engineering continue at their university immediately after their graduations. They go on to the master’s course, and become a master of science in engineering. But why should you – or should you not? – spend a couple of extra years on that? Read what a students’ counsellor and an HR manager say.

“If the master of science engineering course is a motorway that leads directly to the goal of becoming cand.polyt., you can achieve the same goal if you get a bachelor’s degree, but then you have to be aware that there are some obstacles during that course. That route can for some be very hard, but for others it can provide some exciting experiences,” says team leader Camilla Nørring, from the students’ guidance at DTU. Private photo.

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The bachelor’s course is a separate education, and not thought of as the first step in a master’s degree. Still, many bachelor students go the extra mile to become cand. polyt. “It might be students who imagined themselves studying in a practical and application-oriented course, when they had to choose. But with the competences they gathered during the bachelor course, they may have gained other perspectives and greater knowledge on what a master’s degree can give them, and thereby gotten the will to study for two more years,” explains team leader Camilla Nørring from the students’ guidance at DTU. Others may have chosen to continue with the master’s course because they experienced that it was hard to get the job of their dreams as a bachelor in engineering — because they wanted to work with academia or development, for instance, while others chose the master’s course just to be safe.

“They may not be certain they have the will and energy to study the five years a master’s course takes. So they started with the bachelor’s course, where they, after three and a half years, could finish a course that granted them an engineering degree in itself. And then when they, after three and a half years, realised that they had the will and energy for more, they chose to continue with the master’s course,” she says.

Hindrances during the course The two educations are naturally both within the field of engineering, but still very different. While the bachelor’s course is application-oriented, the master’s course is more theoretical, and points towards academia and development. “Therefore, you have to find out what you want, and where your strengths lie. If you, for instance, think that it was plenty of work and that it was academically hard on the bachelor’s course, it might be a good idea to consider a different way than continuing onto


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How to build your engineering education. Furthermore, for some master’s courses, it is possible to study a four-year master’s degree for working professionals, where you combine relevant study job with a part-time master’s course.

the master’s course,” says Camilla Nørring. There are also some hindrances during the course, because the bachelor’s course is not constructed with the intention of automatically continuing onto the master’s course. “There are a number of admission requirements for the different master’s

courses. During some bachelor’s courses, it is possible to take the required, admission-giving courses as part of the bachelor’s degree. For the rest, it is possible to do them in addition to the bachelor courses, but there may be a fee for you to pay. All admission requirements are listed in the curriculum of the different master’s courses,” she says.

Two different educations NIRAS, which employs over 1,000 engineers in Denmark, employs almost an even amount of candidates from the two types of course. Here they look at the bachelor’s course and the master’s course as two different educations that lead two different ways. “If we need a highly specialised employee with very theoretical knowledge, we hire a master of science in engineering, and in this position it doesn’t matter that the candidate has a background as a bachelor in engineering. Then there are other positions where we need a more practical approach, and where we do not necessarily need the depth and theoretical knowledge. This is where we hire bachelors of science in engineering. But if a bachelor in engineering later needs more theory, we provide the education they need to further themselves,” says Susanne ­Kynne Frandsen, who is communication and HR manager in NIRAS.

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“I am both practically and theoretically strong” Bachelors of science in engineering have the opportunity to continue to the master’s course. But why would you jump back on the horse and do two more years at the university? Read about Christoffer Haubroe Hansen’s considerations here. When Christoffer Haubroe Hansen received his diploma as a bachelor in engineering from Kemiteknik and International Business at DTU in the summer of 2018, it was a milestone, but not his ultimate goal. At that time, he had known that he wanted the master’s degree as well for a long time. “I won’t say that it was my plan from the start, but it has been in the back of my mind the entire time — all the way back from when I was in high school, and had an internship at ‘Produktion og Konstruktion’ at DTU. One of the lecturers back then said that, in his eyes, it would be a good idea to combine the bachelor with a master’s degree. Then you would be both practically and theoretically strong,” tells Christoffer Haubroe Hansen, who will finish his master of science in engineering from Kemisk og Biokemisk Teknologi at DTU in 2020. However, the lecturer’s recommendation was not the only reason Christoffer continued studying to get a master’s degree. “I was 19 on the introduction trip when I started at DTU, and only 22-anda-half when I finished as a bachelor in engineering. Then you are very young, and I wondered if it would be hard to get

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a job in an engineering company where the average age is a bit higher? But the most important reason was probably that I didn’t think I was finished studying at DTU, and that I wanted to keep studying,” he explains.

Difference between types of education There is a difference in the way of approaching the study of the two types of course. Where the bachelor course is more practically oriented, the master’s degree is far more theoretical. Furthermore, the master’s course is only taught in English. “I have no issue with that. Already in the third semester, I’d got a study job in Novozymes, where I was once a week. The working language was English, and I had a lot of colleagues from outside of Denmark. This is probably where I made the mistakes and polished my English. Later I had a foreign girlfriend, so today I have no issues with English,” says Christoffer. Still, he suggests honing your English skills before starting on a master’s degree. “But you don’t need an international study job or a foreign girlfriend. There

are so many international students at DTU that there is plenty of possibility to talk English during your daily life,” he says.

Preparation is important When Christoffer was halfway through his bachelor degree, he seriously started to look into what it took to continue on to the master’s degree. “I decided to take the master’s course from Kemiteknik. It would be a natural extension of my bachelor course. I talked to the student counsellor and made sure to pick courses during my bachelor’s course which fit with the master’s course that I wanted to study,” he explains. He also participated in a ‘master’s day’, where he got information about options and admission. “To me, it meant I had to take more maths courses. And about that, I want to say that if maths is not your cup of tea, you probably will not enjoy the master’s course. But if you think it is okay and you will get through it, even if it is not your area of interest, it will be fine. You can later pick courses that are not centred on mathematically theoretical maths,” he explains.


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So what will Christoffer use his double education for? “In my field, it is a given to work with companies that produce tools for the industry. I would very much like a ­position where I can combine the theoretical and practical — for instance, as a project engineer with the task of setting up systems and making sure they run right. That would be a versatile job, ­where I could combine the best of the two ­worlds,” says Christoffer.

CHRISTOFFER’S BEST ADVICE TO OTHERS WHO WANT TO ­BECOME A ­MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ­ENGINEERING • Start searching for opportunities, courses, and admission. • Go to the university’s master’s days. • Make sure to practice your English skills — for instance, through a study job. • Talk to international students. • Stop thinking about becoming a ­master of science in engineering if you do not care for theory.

“It is my belief that close to half of the students from Kemiteknik and International Business continue on to become a master of science in engineering,” says Christoffer Haubroe Handen, who, in the fall semester of 2019, went on exchange to Lancaster University in England. Private photo.

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Get to know yourself, so you can set the course of your career Some know exactly what they want to work with when their studies are completed. Others have to go through a lot of contemplations about what job is the right one for them. DTU’s Karrierecenter gives you some tips for setting the course for your considerations.

In busy everyday life it can be hard to take time to think about the important choice of internship or exam projects. Therefore, it is important to use free time – like the mornings when you are headed to the university - recommends career advisor Gutte Gladding from DTU. Private photo.

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If you can see the end of your study time, but it is still not clear to you what you’re going to do with all your knowledge and qualifications, you are not the only one. “I meet a lot of people who do not know what they want or what they can do. They often start late with asking the questions, even if they can seem fairly central. But they may be doing their bachelor project or their master thesis, or looking for an internship, and that is their first priority, and it takes their time. Furthermore, the task can be quite big and unmanageable,” says Gitte Gladding from DTU’s Karrierecenter. It doesn’t get any easier later on, due to the fact that some recent graduates have a harder time landing their first job than they imagined. “We hear a lot about how there is a lack of engineers, and therefore many may suspect that they will get a job just when they finish. And many do, but definitely not everyone. Some may feel

discouraged when all the jobs they look at ask for at least five or ten years of experience. And then the question arises: what do I want, and what can I do? But everyone will get a job, even if it may take some time,” she says.

Find your energy sources When the students talk to Gitte Gladding, she often turns the questions around. “I usually ask: what did you like working with during your study? Here, I make a starting point out of projects, assignments, or courses. What did you gain energy from? What was fun and easy?” she asks. It is important that you can see yourself in the job. “Therefore it is vital to figure out what kind of work life you want. Therefore, I also ask: why do you want to work? What does a career mean to you? Do you have any career role models, and why exactly them?” says Gitte Gladding.


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A SENSE FOR THE WORKFORCE HELPS YOU SET A COURSE • Venture into the job listings - even if you are not applying for a job. Find out what ­someone with your profile can work with. Use DTU’s jobbank, Jobfinder, Jobinde, LinkedIn or the Alumni network.

To set the course for your dreams and ambitions, you have to know yourself. “For instance, it is useful to know what values you prioritize. It is a question you often answer with the values you do not have. You can try to narrow down what you definitely do not want to compromise on. For instance, you may not want to work evenings, because you want to prioritize family life - or you may not want to work for a company which is not sustainable. Most are actually fairly good at putting words to this when they get started,” says the career advisor. It is also important to know your preferences. Do you want to work alone, as a member of a team - but with your own assignments, or are you more of an extrovert, who prefers to work closely with a team? “Finally, you have to keep track of your strengths. Are they management, precision, and optimizing work, or are they more developing and idea generating?

• Make an effort to get a study job where it is possible to create a project in the company. • Make contact with a company with the intention of getting an internship during the summer break. • Visit all events with companies and all engineering fairs where you can meet interesting companies. Here you can test yourself and check which companies could be interesting to work in.

Here it is good to get inputs from study buddies, teachers, and friends, because you might be a bit blind in regards to what your strongest sides are. Maybe you can use a study buddy to ask the right questions,” says Gitte Gladding. She recommends putting time aside for this work and remembering to start early, before you have to make big decisions, in relation to internships or exam projects, for instance. Then they can function as stepping stones for the first job. “But remember that setting a course is not an arrow that goes straight forward

for your entire life. You have to keep feeling and look away from other people’s ambitions and wishes and ask yourself: what are my ambitions - and what do I want?” she says.

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Johnny Tuan Nguyen It might be a bit of a leap to leave all your friends in Aalborg to get a job in Copenhagen, but for Johnny Tuan Nguyen, an engineer in the consulting engineering company MOE, it has only been a good experience. Private photo.

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NEW IN THE WORKFORCE

New job, new colleagues, new home, new city When Johnny Tuan Nguyen graduated from Aalborg University in February 2019 and could call himself a bachelor in engineering within building and construction with a major in road and traffic planning, it did not change much in his everyday life. As it happened, Johnny continued as an engineer in a project position in COWI, where he had previously worked as a student helper. It was a bigger leap when his project position ended in the summer of 2019, and Johnny moved to Copenhagen to start at the consulting engineering company MOE. Here, he talks about his experiences.

Excited expectations “A lot of people told me it was quite a leap to move from Aalborg, where I had all my friends, to Copenhagen, where I barely knew anyone. They may be right, because I had a lot of hobbies in Aalborg, and a lot of great friends with very different ways of thinking and views on life. I was scared of losing it all by moving to Copenhagen. I may also have had a fear that people would be more snobbish and secluded here in Copenhagen, but I quickly realised that there was not a very big difference. I have in no way regretted taking

the leap. Of course it sucks to lose some of what I had, but I look at it as a new ­chapter in my life. I am in good hands, and I have met some lovely people that I would like to continue with.”

The start is energy consuming “I had been deeply involved in the tasks as a student helper. Therefore, there wasn’t a big difference between being a student and graduating. I got a higher salary, a bit more responsibility, and some more tasks, but work wise, it was almost the same. When I came to Copenhagen, I chose to move into a collective, where I would automatically meet new people. I was a bit surprised about how much energy it takes to move to a new city, meet new people, and start up in a collective. I am less productive in my free time, because I engage more socially. I am very active by nature, and like to climb and paint pottery, but there has not been a lot of time for that so far.”

open to each other here in the company, and I have already been to several social events and parties.”

Varied days “My days are very different. I like variation in things, and that there is a difference between being in the office and getting into the real world, so I can honestly say that I look forward to working every day. I look forward to getting smarter and completing the tasks I am given. I don’t mind working at all, and I am not the type to look at the clock – so my daily life is good.”

The biggest surprise “It all surprised me. The culture, the city, the people. All of it in a good way. I have definitely not experienced anything negative – except maybe having my bike lights stolen. No, I am kidding – it has been a good experience all the way through.”

Open colleagues “I have good colleagues at MOE. They have treated me nicely, so it hasn’t been a problem for me to feel at home in a new workplace. Generally, you are very

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Christina Berg Olesen has had an internship and a study job in the consultancy sector, so the transition from being a student to an engineer at NIRAS didn’t give that many surprises. She is however well aware that she still has a lot to learn. Private photo.

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A lot to learn and more responsibility Christina Berg Olesen studied at Aarhus University, where she first got a bachelor in engineering in bioprocess technology before going on to get a master of science in environment technology. She finished in the summer of 2017. Along the way, she had a study job at COWI. She worked there until May 2018, when she was hired by NIRAS. Read about her experiences from her first year on the workforce here:

to graduate did not surprise me much. I was fairly prepared for what awaited me, and what it entailed. But there was still a lot new stuff to learn. So I put a lot of work into the projects, and sometimes it ended up being long afternoons or nights. So even if I have now been done for two years, I still come across a lot of new tasks, and the days can still become long when you are buried in something new.”

Hopeful expectations

Helpful colleagues

“My expectations were probably classic. I hoped to now go into the world and make a difference, and use everything I had learned in the last five or six years at university. At the same time, I expected to learn a lot of new stuff. It was my belief that in the field of counselling you work on a very broad spectrum of projects, so you constantly have a chance to broaden your professional profile. I was excited about getting a workday and a relation to my field, where I was going to do something that others could use and appreciate, and not have a primary goal of an exam. And then I probably looked forward to not being a ‘poor’ student.”

“I am happy about my colleagues, and it has made a big difference in my workday. In both companies, there has been a good mix of young people and more experienced people, and I like that. Both places also had good introduction periods for new employees – so-called onboarding, where you are taken by the hand in a planned process. It included meetings every so often where you evaluate with your boss.”

Gliding start “I have previously been in an internship and had a study job in the field of counselling, so the transition from student

for myself, and was able to control my day a lot. Now there is a lot more commitment, but I can, on the other hand, spend my free time with a good conscience when I have done my job. As a student, you can always do more.”

The biggest surprise “It still surprised me how many new areas and work processes I came across. You can’t get to know everything during university. For instance, I had to read up on procedures and conditions in relation to open procurement, and there are a lot of laws that are new to me, and that are different from project to project. But I think it is exciting to work so broadly within my field and constantly learn new stuff.”

Commitment every day “My life has not changed that much. I have stayed where I am, in Aarhus, so my free time and my friends are practically the same as when I studied. But my everyday life has still changed. I am not as much in charge of my own time as I was while I studied. Because even if the engineering courses and lectures expect you to study from 8-4, I usually decided

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Pernille Gylling Jensen is a production engineer in the American chemistry company FMC Corporation in Harboøre. It is not completely a man’s world - but almost. Of the circa 230 employees in the ­production, only three are women. Private photo.

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Butterflies in the stomach When Pernille Gylling Jensen graduated in the summer of 2018 as a chemistry engineer from Aalborg University, she was excited about getting into the real world, and experiencing that someone could use everything she had learned. The first of october same year, she started as a production engineer at Harboøre Tange in the American chemistry company, FMC Corporation Site Rønland, that produces plant protection products. These are her experiences from the first while.

Mixed expectations “I had learnt a lot in the five years at university, and was looking forwards to using my knowledge. But it was also overwhelming, and I was honestly a bit scared when I had to start. It all went fairly quickly, because it was only ten days from when I was hired to when I had to start. In that period, I had to move from Aalborg to Holstebro and get track of my life. I can remember that I was especially worried that I could not understand the dialect. Site Rønland is in between Harboøre and Thyborøn – out in the west. I probably also had butterflies in my stomach because I was worried I didn’t know enough. My position included a lot of responsibility, and I had no experience. But since then, my boss has told me that I knocked their socks off, and I also think it went fairly well.”

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“My worries turned out to be correct. I did actually have a hard time understanding what a lot of people said, because it is not just the dialect that is different. They use some completely different expressions. Today, I no longer have difficulties understanding what my colleagues say. I have actually started to speak like them a bit. Up here, you say ‘quite’ about everything. So when you say ‘it is quite bad weather today’, it means ‘it is very bad weather today’. That took some time for me to get used to. There were two new production engineers that started at the same time, and there was a detailed starting program planned that made sure we got through the production. We were taken by the hand and introduced to all departments – even the departments we were not going to work in. This gave me an extensive knowledge of the entire factory.”

“Every day, I get up happy, and go to work. The shift from being a student to going to work has been really positive. Not that I was not happy about studying, but I was excited about getting into the real world. I needed it to matter what I did. And, here, it matters that I make the right decisions. It is vital for the plants to keep going. I like for people to call and ask for my help, because they appreciate it and say thanks. I did not experience that a lot at university, but it is awesome.”

Male coworkers “I have very nice colleagues, but I am in a man’s world. There are about 230 people in the production and only three are women, so we stick together. It is lucky that we get along so well, when I don’t have so many shots. I think I behave a bit like a man in that company, and I am fine with that, because I don’t care for girly stuff. That is why I don’t think much about how all my colleagues are men.”

The biggest surprise “The biggest surprise was probably the level of responsibility. I had hoped to get a position with responsibility, but the level of responsibility I have gotten is high. There are so many that are dependent on me, and my decisions matter. It does not work for me to say ‘just try, and then we will see how it ends’. That never happens. It has also been a new experience to join an American company with a lot of formalities.”

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A day with meetings Engineer Johnny Tuan Nguyen has, since the summer of 2019, been employed by the department of ‘Veje, Stier & Pladser’ in the advisory engineering company MOE in Søborg, north of Copenhagen. In the days of his education at Aalborg University, he was an intern in Vejdirektoratet. Later, he became a student helper in COWI, where he was also hired in a project position when he had finished his education as a bachelor in engineering. This is his work day on a Thursday in September:

05:45 “We are four people living in the same apartment, so it takes some coordination in the morning. I really like have a lot of time in the morning, so I have to get up early.”

06:30 “I live in Amager and work in Søborg. Half past six, I went to the Metro, changed at Nørreport, and took the S-train to Buddinge. It can take almost

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an hour to get to work, and it may sound like a long time to spend on transportation, but it is actually not so bad. I relax, and spend the time watching a film or surfing online. Other times, I just sit and reflect over stuff – with music in my ears.”

07:30 “First I looked through my emails. Then I prepared for the three meetings that I had to participate in during the day. It is a bit unusual. Normally I have a maximum of three meetings in a week.”

08:30 “I was in my first info meeting with the entire company. I would think there were 800-900 people. At the meeting we received information about the ­economy and key numbers, and a bit about the new employees who have joined us.”

09:00 “A colleague and I participated in a meeting with the municipality, which we are going to advise about solving an open procurement. The issue is about weed control and plant care in public areas. It is actually outside of my expertise, but in this case, I am a trainee for a colleague who knows a lot more about it than I do.”

12:00 “When my colleague and I returned from the meeting with the municipality, we ate lunch together. Who I eat with depends on the day.”

12:30 “Afterwards, my colleague and I had a little chat, where we went through some of the points we went through with the municipality. We made a plan for the future work with the project.”


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13:00 “Our department works with roads, paths, and squares. In the monthly department meeting, our department leader gave us a wide update on the activities currently in progress. About 15 colleagues participated. The meeting lasted an hour.”

14:30 ”Efter mødet fortsatte jeg med de sidste “After the meeting ended, I continued with the last corrections for the open procurement project that we worked with in the morning with the muni­ cipality. At this time, I was actually getting a bit tired. It had been a long day with three meetings.”

15:30 “Done for today.”

Almost an hour of transport to and from work can sound like a lot. But the time can be used to recharge. Johnny Tuan Nguyen relaxes and spends the time watching a film or surfing ­online. Other times he just reflects on stuff – with music in his ears. Private photo.

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A day from project to project At most workplaces, the last day of the week is slightly different than the other work days. It is also like this at Niras in Aarhus, where master of science in engineering, Christina Berg Olesen has been employed since May 2018, in the department Vand og Energy. Here, she speaks about a regular Friday in September.

07:00 “I got up around seven, which I usually do. It is kind of a luxury to only have five minutes to travel to work, so even if I only get up at seven, I can easily be at work by eight – maybe half past. We have flexible hours, so if I want to work out before work, I can leave an hour later in the afternoon – I like that.”

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08:00 “At the Niras office in Aarhus, we have an open office plan, and some departments work with a clean desk concept. That means that we don’t have planned seating, but clean our desks every day when we leave so there is room for the next colleague. So every morning, I start the day by getting my box with my computer and accessories and picking a seat. It has the advantage of us being able to always sit next to the colleagues we are currently working with on the different projects.”

08:45 “Fridays are slightly different. We start with a joint breakfast for the entire office. At the time of the breakfast, there was a quarterly meeting for all 450 employees in Aarhus this Friday. For these meetings, our director informs us about the status, and the latest implementations on a company level.”

09:15 “I continued working on some calculations and a note for a biogas project, which I am working on with a colleague. The calculations are part of a scenario analysis, which we are doing for a municipality, of different possibilities for using sorted organic waste – that is, food waste and such – in biogas plants.”

11:15 “I briefly met with a colleague on the biogas project, and updated her on what I had concluded in the scenario analyses. We could have gone into a meeting room, or out to a project area, but we decided just to talk about it around the desk.”

11:30 “Usually, the entire department has lunch together, but this Friday, I met with a different colleague during the lunch break since we have decided to arrange a pub crawl for the office. We had to talk about where to go, and what should happen.”


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12:00 “After lunch, I had an internal follow-up meeting with a colleague on a water cleaning project that I am working on. We had to arrange the process of a number of tests on a water plant, that we are executing in collaboration with the supply unit. We have to look into the option of reusing the supply unit’s rinse water from sand filters.”

13:00 “The rest of the day, I continued working on the water cleaning project with a description of tests that we have to discuss with the client in a meeting next week, before the tests are started.”

15:45 ”Weekend.”

Christina Berg Olesen only has five minutes to work, so even though she first gets out of bed at seven o’clock, she can be in the office before half past eight. At NIRAS she has a flexible schedule, so if she wants to work out in the morning, she can just leave and hour later in the afternoon. Private photo.

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Putting out fires at work Production engineer Pernille Gylling Jensen is employed in the American chemistry company FMC Corporation, which is based on the peninsula of Rønland by Harboøre. And even if her title is managing engineer, it may be more fitting, in her boss’s words, to describe her as a ‘fire extinguisher’. She has to find problems and come up with solutions, so that the production can run as smoothly as possible. This is her work day on a Monday in September:

06:30 “I went to work early, because we also produce at night. I talked to my colleagues to hear how it all went, and checked up on my own facilities. I am also the engineer for our treatment plant, so I went over analyses from that, and checked up on the numbers for oxygen, pH, and phosphor.”

08:30 “The morning meeting at 8.30 is a standing meeting where about 25 people participate. Here, we go through yesterday’s production. It is never entirely perfect, so we discuss what we can do,

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and where it is necessary to do upkeep. Safety is also high on the agenda, so it was discussed where there was so-called vital work. That is for instance work in the heighth.”

09:15 “I found my safety gear – that is, safety shoes, gloves, helmet, and goggles. Then I took my bike and went the 800 meters to a control room that controls one of ‘my’ productions. I had the wind right in my face, but I am used to it. It is always windy in western Jutland. Less than 10 meters per second is considered windless around here. “The colleagues that were working the day before were people I had not seen since the summer, so of course I had to talk with them a bit. Then I sat down to look at the analyses, and we agreed on what to do about the operation in the future. Then I drove past another control room, where I had to talk to some colleagues about a so-called SOP – a kind of user manual or instructions for how to execute a certain kind of task safely. I met with colleagues in production, and they did not have time to talk because they had an issue with their environmental system. So instead we talked about how to fix that. We decided to talk about the SOP later.”

11:00 “I drove back to my office and took off the safety gear. I had a few calls with the colleagues who purchase our raw materials.”

11:30 “Every day I eat lunch in the cafeteria with the four other production engineers.”

12:00 “Back in my office, I looked at some other raw material issues. If we have difficulties making a product that lives up to our quality standard, it is often because of the purity of our raw materials. Then the head of environments stopped by, because we are starting on some pilot tests of our treatment plants, and we discussed how to plan them best, and which other participants we needed for a meeting. Then another colleague from the environment department needed some numbers that I had to help her find.”


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14:00 “I wrote some different mails – amongst others to some operators about the operations of the treatment plant. Then I drove to one of my other control rooms and talked to some other colleagues that I hadn’t seen since summer. The operators work in shifts, so therefore I only see certain employees every fifth week. It is vital for good production that I find any problems as soon as possible. Therefore, I prioritise a lot of time on that – and have baked a lot of cookies. That is the road to the hearts of the western Juts, I have found. For Christmas, every control room got a jar.”

15:30 “Back in the office, I talked to my boss, because I have to calculate some amounts of sewage. But it did not happen that day, because I had to meet with a colleague, who is also a friend from university.”

Pernille Gylling Jensen has a lot of control rooms to keep track of as a production ­engineer in the American chemistry company FMC Corporation in Harboøre. Therefore, the bike is an important tool of the trade. Private photo.

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Meet the companies at the DSE-fair - they are there to meet you Regardless of whether you already have one foot in work life or only just started your education, the DSE-fair can be a source of inspiration. It is not without cost for companies to have a stand at the DSE-fair: they spend time, money, and energy on it - and they do it just to meet the students. “At the same time, the students have a great chance at meeting reality outside of the university’s walls and getting a sense of what the companies are looking for,” says career consultant Trine Nordal Borglum from Aalborg University. She recommends the fair to all students, regardless of where in their education they are. “It is an obvious place to get in contact with a company if you are looking for a relevant study job, have to find an internship, or are looking to establish a company collaboration in connection to a semester project or a thesis,” she says. Of course, it is smart to have researched the companies beforehand and know what you want to talk to each company about - even if you should leave some space to freestyle and smalltalk. Here are some tips:

• Make sure your résumé and LinkedIn-profile are up-to-date and appear professional. • Prepare some questions. It is easier to start a conversation with potential employers if you have prepared questions. Find out what you want to know about each company. • Prepare an elevator pitch – a sort of oral résumé – which highlights your competencies and professional profile. • Note whom you spoke to in a few keywords on the back of business cards and brochures you receive. That makes it easier to send the right application and résumé in the days following the fair. • Remember to follow up soon after the fair, while the companies still remember you. Make contact via LinkedIn, call, or send an email and thank your contact for the conversation. Note that some companies do not want you to send résumés or ­applications via email, but would rather you upload it online.

TIPS Prepare a short presentation of yourself and some questions. When you meet a company at a fair, you only have short time to introduce yourself. Prepare an ­elevator pitch – a sort of oral résumé – and practice delivering it in an authentic way so you get across these points: State who you are and what you study. Highlight your collected competencies (from your study, study job, internship, or volunteer work) and your overall professional profile rather than specific courses. Mention relevant issues that you work with and how you see a connection to what the company works with. Show enthusiasm – why is it exciting?

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Go for the dream job – even if it is in the outskirts There are 570 km from the study buddies in Aalborg to Rønne on Bornholm – plus a ferry to Sweden and two bridge tolls. You can hardly get further away within the ­country’s borders, and still the dream job won out. “The geography did not scare me, and Bornholm is a nice place. I only considered if this should be the next step in my career,” says Tobias Leth. He finished his ph.d. in 2017 from Aalborg University at Institut for Elektroniske Systemer in the section for automation and control. Now he can write ‘developmental engineer and technical specialist at JENSEN Denmark’ on his business card. His main task is to participate in the development of new products and improve existing solutions. And what was it that was so attractive that he was willing to say goodbye to his entire family and all his friends in Northern Jutland?

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“It was a very unique position in a unique company. I always wanted to work in the academic world. When I was contacted by a headhunter, who had seen my LinkedIn-profile, on JENSEN Denmark’s behalf, I put on my thinking hat – for almost four months,” he says. While others would have considered the career versus friends and family, Tobias’ considerations primarily went another way. “I thought about whether this was really the job I wanted. I wasn’t going to move because I just happened to be contacted by a headhunter,” says Tobias Leth. But the job happened to have everything he dreamed about, so it was a yes. “JENSEN-GROUP is a very particular company, which produces basically all the machines involved in professional laundry services; everything from transport to washing, ironing, folding, and stacking, on a global level. JENSEN Denmark has one of the biggest house productions of machines that I know of, here in Denmark, with a factory plant, where they take in steel that has to be cut, bended, welded, and painted. In my position, I am not just a tiny gear – I am involved from start to finish. I am not necessarily in charge of every single

process, but I have the knowledge and understanding of how everything in the production comes together,” he says. Furthermore, Tobias has always had a dream of ‘getting out’. “When you say you want to get out, you may not be thinking about Bornholm first. But it depends what you mean by ‘out’. Because even if I am still within the Danish borders, I feel that I am on an adventure,” says Tobias. Others may feel the same if they bought a one-way ticket to Bornholm. “I didn’t know anyone when I landed by plane on the Sunday. I had to start on the Monday and knew no one but the two people I had met in relation to the job interviews. But it only took 14 days, then I knew more than ten,” he says. Still, it has been harder to take the leap and move permanently – even if he has social interests like card games and kayaking. “Every time I have lived abroad, I have always known when I was going ‘home’. It is not like that this time. There were more things that had to be shut down, rather than saying ‘see you later’. But I have not felt lonely at all, and a lot of the people here are interested and open. And then, Denmark is a small country. There is a direct flight from Aalborg to Bornholm all summer, and the ferry


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TOBIAS’ TIPS TO OTHERS WHO ARE CONSIDERING MOVING FOR A JOB • Be serious about finding the right position. It is not something that just comes to you. • At some point, you can get more information about the job and the place but it will not make it easier to make a decision. It can be very frustrating, but you have to think, do it, and believe that it will be fine and that you can make it work. • If you are in doubt – do it. You can just undo it. It gives you experience and chest hair.

sails to Sweden eight times a day, so you can easily get away from here, if that is what you want,” says Tobias Leth.

Today, Tobias Leth is a developmental engineer and technical specialist at JENSEN Denmark. The mother company, JENSEN-GROUP, is an international company, which produces practically all the machines involved in professional laundry services; everything from transport to washing, ironing, folding, and stacking, on a global level. Private photo.

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Get your feet under the table More and more engineering students establish their own companies. Maybe that is an option for you?

“To engage in entrepreneurship is a ­fantastic way to learn – even if you do not end up a ­millionaire. You just have to take the leap. It is not dangerous,” says Tommy Ahlers, previously Danish education and research minister (V), as well as entrepreneur and investor in a number of companies. Photo: Steen Brogaard.

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New companies founded by engineers grow faster, have a higher turnover, export earlier, and hire more employees than equivalent Danish companies. That is the conclusion of new analysis from Akademiet for de Tekniske Videnskaber, which has mapped out 1,100 young Science & Engineering-startups in Denmark. So, should you just get started? Yes and no, says Tommy Ahlers, member of Folketinget for Venstre, previously Danish education and research minister, and an entrepreneur and investor in a number of companies. “Even though there is a trend of engineering students starting their own company, it is important that you have read up on what kind of innovation you want to bring into the world. And unless you want to create something for an entirely new market, where there has been nothing like it before, it can be an advantage to have worked a few years as an employee before establishing your own firm because you then understand the market and the consumers in the market a lot better. Otherwise, there is a danger of developing a technology which is ‘looking for a problem’, and not a technology which solves a problem.” Says Tommy Ahlers.

Advantages as a young Other aspects speaks about the pros of starting while studying. “It is super important to hire the right team. That is where you have a great advantage as a student, with a large network of Danish and international co-students. It has also become easier to network between universities and faculties, so students with a technical background can meet other students with commercial competences,” he says. Economically, young entrepreneurs also have an advantage. “It is possible that you can have better ideas and a greater overview when you have some experience, but it may happen that you never start building a company as a 35-year-old when you have two kids and a mortgage that costs 17,000 DKK a month. Then it is hard to rent out your house on AirBnB to earn the money you need to focus on the company,” says Tommy Ahlers.

The right personality Regardless of when in life you choose to become an entrepreneur, it takes a certain personality. “Over all, you have to be good at leading and making people follow you. Further-


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to know. For instance, take the Angry Birds game that Rovio Entertainment created. The company created 52 games that did not make it before making Angry Birds. You could reasonably say that it would have been fair to quit after the 19th time - but then they never would have made Angry Birds. But no matter what, to engage in entrepreneurship is a fantastic way to learn – even if you do not end up a millionaire. You just have to take the leap. It is not dangerous.” Says Tommy Ahlers.

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Sometimes things don’t work out as you dreamt they would. But when is it time to stop and accept that it’s not working? Unfortunately, Tommy Ahlers can’t tell you. “There are very few plans that can pass the ultimate test. And the ultimate test is reality. But knowing when to stick it out despite defeat and when to call it quits – that is one of the hardest things

“Interest is definitely on the rise, and it is interesting that the motivational factor for ­entrepreneurs is to make a difference in the world and make sustainable solutions rather than money,” says professor Jes Broeng, leader of Center of Entrepreneurship in Technology at DTU. M

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more, you have to have a great drive, and be persistent. You have to keep going. It takes a strong psyche because you get knocked down a lot, and you have to learn from that - and keep on fighting afterwards. It might sound strange to an engineer, but you also have to be a bit of a salesman. You have to have the ability to convince others. You have to convince your wife, husband, boyfriend or girlfriend that you are not going to take a job with a steady income. You have to be able to convince your investors. You have to make your employees forget about the safe career at Vestas to work in a startup and, finally, you have to be able to convince your customers to buy your products,” says the experienced entrepreneur.

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Your personal branding is the difference between success and failure Whether you know it or not, you have a personal brand that affects your options in jobs and careers. You are branding yourself in anything you say and do.

Glenn Jacobsen is administrative director in the consulting company Inspira. Furthermore, author, counsellor, coach, and educator within the fields of strategy, branding, and commercial and personal leadership. Photo: Morten Jerichau.

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It can have an effect on your job if you are good at being - and showing - the best version of yourself. How do others see you? What do they think, feel, and say about you? What do they remember you for? You should not underestimate the value of this on your career life, says Glenn Jacobsen, counsellor, coach, and author of the book ‘Vil du det? Har du det? Så vis det! Din person som brand.’ (‘Do you want it? Do you have it? Then show it! Your persona as a brand.’) “Already, from the way you enter a room, people form an opinion of you. Your brand is the way you seem to others. The imprint you leave. It is what head-hunters, your network, and others remember you for when you leave,” says Glenn Jacobsen. “It can be small things that make a difference when you have two candidates with the same qualifications in an interview. Who do you choose when the professionalism is equal? You choose personality or, broadly speaking, the candidate’s personal brand.”

To define yourself Some people, especially younger ones, have a tendency to underestimate the value of personality in the job application and work life. “It is important to take responsibility for creating your own brand, because otherwise others will do it for you,” says Glenn Jacobsen. “It starts with defining yourself. That means being conscious about who you are. What values do you stand for? What kind of personality do you bring with you in your work? What ambitions do you have?” he says.

To stage yourself The next phase is to stage yourself. “That is about making the distinction between the person and the persona that you wish to show. What side of yourself do you want to show? To whom, and for what, do you wish to be known and preferably recognised? There has to be integrity and authenticity in it. The picture has to be truthful. I can be ambitious, but not so much that it becomes untrustworthy,” says Glenn Jacobsen.


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Communication of your personal brand happens everywhere you have contact with others and in all aspects of work life: in the cafeteria, in a meeting, in your application, on social media. “Communication happens both on and offline, and verbally as well as non-verbally. It is now you prove that you are the person you pretend to be. It can be very subtle. Some of your attire may drag the attention away from your professionalism. If you are seen as sloppy and unkempt, it can ruin everything that comes out of your mouth. You have to be the best version of yourself in all aspects.”

To manage yourself and be true to something that matters is pervasive throughout the entire concept of your personal brand. “It takes personal management to take charge of your brand and keep sight of a long-term perspective. For instance, how to avoid being in a situation which is not good for the personal brand? It is about making conscious and brave decisions about what to do and what not to do, and that can be hard. But if I have a value that is about protecting the environment, should I then take a position in a company that does not protect the environment? If I care about human welfare, should I say no if I experience the opposite in the recruitment phase?” says Glenn Jacobsen, who encourages a balanced approach. “In the search to become something, we might forget to be someone. We chase dreams, money, advancement. But it is important to hold on to being a whole person who has a balance between work life and private life, and has time to be him- or herself.”

But do not oversell it. “You have to have a personal balance, and appear as a realistic person with both feet on the ground. It is not about whether you have to play a different role than who you are,” says Glenn Jacobsen.

PERSONAL BRAND ON SOCIAL MEDIA Tips for polishing your personal brand on social media: • LinkedIn: An obvious place to have a public profile with a good picture, an opening text about what you want professionally, and a list of some of your qualifications. • Facebook: Your Facebook profile should not be public. Private forums should remain private. You lack professional authority if everyone can look into your private life. Remember that some pictures and pieces of infor­ mation are still visible to everyone. They have to send the right signals. • Instagram: Check if your profile is ­public or private. If it is open, the ­contents should back up your ­professional profile.

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Everyone can stand out – No one is completely regular No employer expects you to be the new Elon Musk. But everyone wants to see how you stand out, because then they can see if you could be their next employee.

“What do most others that want the same as me do? Maybe then you should do something different that lead the same direction,” says André Bjørn Nielsen, career counsellor at Aalborg University. Private photo.

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When you, as a recent graduate, have to get into the workforce and find a good job, it can be an advantage to stand out a little. No one expects you to be as innovative as Elon Musk, or have astronaut potential like Andreas Mogensen. It is fine if you are what you may call “a regular engineer”. But regular engineers are far from all the same, and employers need to see which nuances distinguish one potential employee from another, says André Bjørn Nielsen, career counsellor at Aalborg University. “We are all regular people. But that does not mean that we are the same. We can all contribute with something, that is specific to us, and when you get into the workforce, it is important to have a communicative approach to showing your nuances,” he says. As a career counsellor, he often experiences that communicating personal nuances is a task that many students can improve on. This is important when they go to career fairs, talk to companies about collaborations on course projects

or internships — and when they apply for jobs. “If you do not separate yourself from the crowd with your application and résumé, you will be hard to find for the HR employee who is looking through a pile of 100 applications. And then you do not get an interview,” he says.

Communicate your unique profile You do not have to do anything extreme — unless you are extreme. Such as the engineer who applied for a job in programming, and therefore coded his own website for his résumé. Or the humorous candidate who sent a scratch ticket to acknowledge that the competition for the job was hard. Usually, it is enough to stand out by having knowledge about the company before you contact it — and knowing exactly what you want to talk about so you do not waste their time and gain some knowledge yourself, says André Bjørn Nielsen. A recently graduated engineer can, according to the career counsellor, stand


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HOW DO YOU STAND OUT? Three angles for a small analysis of how you can stand out in relation to the labour market. • Personally: what is special about you and your personal interests in relation to getting a job: special interests. Special values. Special personal skills (structured, humorous, etc.). • Professionally: what have you done during your studies, internship, or your spare time that makes you able to add something to the company’s values? Special competences. Special areas of knowledge. Special experiences. • Communicatively: how do you find a good way to communicate your profile to the labour market? Which good and easily understandable examples do you have about the two previously mentioned perspectives?

out on three parameters in relation to the workforce: personality, professionalism, and the way they communicate (see box). “50 people graduate from the same education at the same time. Still, they are not the same. They have not had the same terms and upbringing. They are 50 different people with 50 different experiences, that have written 50 different projects, and have different types of collaborations,” he says. “Everyone graduates with a unique profile, and that is what you have to communicate: what is the difference between you and

the other 25 or 100 that want to work in a specific company or in a specific field,” says André Bjørn Nielsen.

Do something different The labour market is a market where employers are looking for workers who give them success. The task for the recently graduated is to find a way in. The route can be a bit twisted. “Try to think: what do most others who want the same as me do? Maybe then you need to do something different that ultimately leads in the same direction. It may be to apply to jobs within

your chosen field outside of the big cities, where fewer people apply. Apply in the periphery first, then you can get a job in a larger city later.” A last piece of advice from André Bjørn Nielsen is to stand out by looking for chance. What does he mean by that? “It is to challenge yourself by going to a career fair, even if it may put you at the edge of your comfort zone. It is to contact companies at fairs or over the phone with specific questions about a study project or job. And when you have gotten the job: actively looking for knowledge and new collaborations in the company you are in. To show that you are curious and want to evolve and learn, instead of being someone who counts on their own assumptions being right. Then you quickly become a known face that is offered new opportunities,” says André Bjørn Nielsen.

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How to apply for an unlisted job How do you do it, if you want a job that hasn’t been listed? Birgitte Schierning, senior consultant at Akademikernes A-kasse, gives advice on how to apply for unlisted jobs.

Birgitte Schierning gives advice to highly educated individuals about careers in Akademikernes A-kasse. Photo: Akademikernes A-kasse.

When you, as a job seeker, want a foot in the door for a job that has not been listed, it’s obvious to use your network, says Birgitte Schierning, who advises highly educated individuals about their career in Akademikernes A-kasse. “We recommend that recent graduates use their network as much as possible. For instance, you can contact the company you collaborated with when you wrote your thesis. Maybe the manager does not have concrete job openings, but you can ask if they know someone who may need someone like you,” says Birgitte Schierning. You can also contact a company where you previously applied, but were turned down. “Most would like to help, because they remember what it was like to be a recent graduate having a hard time finding the first job,” she says.

How to find the company Akademikernes A-kasse recommends these tools when you want to send an unsolicited application:

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Bisnode The data and analysis company Bisnode has a function on its website called ‘Bisnode Profiles’ that gives access to information about companies. Anyone can get a free trial, and members of Akademikernes A-kasse have free access. “You can have a starting point like “I know this company from my study job or thesis, and would like to know more like that”. You can also search by field, geographic location, economic key numbers, subsidiaries, collaboration with other countries, number of employees, and names of board members and leader group. Names are important, because it means you can contact the relevant people,” says Birgitte Schierning.

Jobindex The job portal jobindex has a useful function: “Tools for unsolicited applications”. “Here, you can see job listings more than 10 years back, and see which competences the company has looked for previously, and who the contact person is. Afterwards, it is a good idea to look up facts about the company on Bisnode. The two tools work well together,” says Birgitte Schierning.


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THREE TIPS FOR APPLYING FOR UNLISTED JOBS Write a short mail and call Write a short mail to a key person you have found in the company first. Say why you are contacting them and that you would like to follow up over the phone. Enclose a short résumé, targeted to the company. It is often best to write at the start of the week and call at the end of the week. You can also write to the person via LinkedIn.

Hand in your résumé in smaller companies In smaller companies, it can be an advantage to show up in person to hand over a short résumé targeted to the company. You might even get to speak to the manager or relevant employees. In larger companies, showing up doesn’t make sense, because you’ll typically only get to speak to reception.

Do not let yourself be stopped by data protection regulations It is not against general data protection regulations for you to hand in a résumé and for the company to accept it. You can tell the company exacty that if they have any doubts about whether they can accept and keep your résumé. But the company is obviously obliged to keep the résumé safely, and not let it lie around anywhere a third party could see it.

Sourse: Akademikernes A-kasse.

LinkedIn LinkedIn contains useful informations for unsolicited job applications. For instance, you can find contact people with the same background as yourself. “When you go to Aalborg University or DTU’s company websites, you’ll find the function “alumni” to the left. Here, you can search for, for example, “cand.polyt. in robot technology” and get all those profiles. You can see where they work

and in what job functions. It’s exciting because you can contact them and find out if they have an idea for a way into the company. It can also help you open your eyes to less classic career paths in smaller or lesser-known companies,” says Birgitte Schierning.

says Birgitte Schierning. It is four weeks of internship with unemployment benefits. Last, but not least, she recommends recent graduates keep an eye on the growing number of companies that participate in the newspaper Børsen’s Gazelle competitions. They continuously need new employees and competences.

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A professional network creates career opportunities Having a professional network is an advantage on the labour market, says Frederik Lundberg, who is a mentor and has 14 years of experience as an engineer. But how do you get a network?

Frederik Lundberg works as a project leader in the company Agilent. Several of his new hires have come via references and information from the network. He has worked for Novo Nordisk and Novozymes, and more. Education: Master of Science in Chemistry from DTU 2005, and HD in Economy Management and Process Management from CBS, 2012. Photo: Kasper Løjtved.

When private companies have a job opening, they often look into their network. It happens with six out of ten new hires in large private companies, and in 70 percent of the instances in smaller companies, shows 2019 recruitment analysis from the consulting company Ballisager. The companies also use other channels to find new employees. Job listings are most common, followed by networks, and searches on the networking portal LinkedIn.

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The frequent usage of networks confirms that it can be an advantage to know ”someone who knows someone” when you’re looking for a job. “It can be hard, as a recent graduate, to get started on creating a professional network. But it is important to get started. It takes a long time to work up and maintain a network, and you cannot wait until you need it,” says Frederik Lundberg. He is an experienced engineer and has been a mentor for more than 40 people in collaboration with DTU, IDA, Copenhagen Career Programme, and others. “The conversations with younger people are often about how to get started. The start can be hard, but the more people are in the network, the bigger you can make it,” says Frederik Lundberg.

Frederik’s tips for creating a network Meet people face-to-face. “The more you can meet people face to face, the better. I am personally not very outgoing, but when I am in the situation, I still like to participate in the conversation. It is

about imagining what the other person would like to talk about, and starting from there. The better you are at fairs and conferences, the more you should do it. But give the direct dialogue a chance, even if you think it is hard. That also goes for phone conversations — they can be better than mails at leading to a dialogue. Avoid email canvases where you send the same email to everyone.”

Be ready for hit and miss “As a young engineer, you might feel that you do not have a lot of input to give. You have to prepare for the dialogue you would like to have, and then get the courage to talk to people. At first, it might seem a bit hit and miss. Sometimes it works out, other times it doesn’t.”

Call for every job you apply for “You have to get hold of the person who is going to hire you. It’s not all that common for applicants to call, but you can call for five minutes and hear what they are interested in. That way, you get knowledge about the company and if you have a good dialogue, you might get your name on the board. Maybe you do not get the job, but maybe the person remembers you two years later when they have an opening again.”


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TIPS FOR AN ELEVATOR PITCH To be able to present yourself with relevant information is a good thing when you network. This is called an elevator pitch. It lasts half a minute to two minutes. You tweak it every time for the person you are talking to. It’s a good idea to practice. This is how to do it:

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• Make a catchy start, where you start in the receiver’s world. They have to experience your contact as relevant: “You are in the middle of an interesting situation…” or “I share your interest in xxx”. • State your name clearly and your title if you have one. • Give a concrete example of the needs you can cover, or the problem you are interested in solving. • Make an open ending that can create a dialogue, if relevant: “Can we speak later..?”. Source: Teknisk Landforbunds guide for students https://tl.dk/karriere/studerende/guides/.

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Build a network on LinkedIn “When you think that there has been meaningful contact, invite people to your network on LinkedIn—for instance, if you have had a correspondence or talked at a meeting. LinkedIn is effective, because people can find you again and you get access to your network’s network.”

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Give sustenance to your network “Eventually, a network is formed. If you are active in the network and keep the contact, it can grow quickly. Then it is important to be generous and help others maintain the relation. You start by giving — not taking. It can be by helping with references or sharing knowledge, for instance. Then you get a reputation

as someone you can ask for help. Be generous, but be careful not to be so generous that it takes up too much of your time.”

Find a sparring partner “In all universities and in a lot of organisations, it’s possible to get a mentor or a sparring partner, if you need it. I think you should find someone who is just a bit further along in their work life than where you are. Then the person has fresh memories about the point you’re at. It’s important that you are serious and that you want to evolve. You have to be ready to move on the places you were looking for help on. Otherwise you are wasting your own and the other person’s time.”

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Tips for writing applications Show who you are, so the employer can match you with a good job, says career counsellor Line Randa from Aalborg University.

Line Randa lectures in career studies at Aalborg University, and advices students about careers. Private photo.

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When you put your hands on the keyboard with the intention of writing an application, you want to find a job that suits you. At the same time, the employer is looking for an employee who suits the tasks and the culture. Both parties have an interest in the right match, and that is why you need to show who you are in the application, says career counsellor and special consultant Line Randa from Aalborg University. “We use the term ‘authenticity’ when we counsel students. The application has to be representative for the person who steps into the job interview,” she says and mention an example. “I once met a brilliant guy who was nice and quiet. He could easily write application that had a wow-effect with great impact: “with me onboard, you will have a turnover of so and so much”. He was called in to a lot of interviews, but did not get the jobs. You would understand that when you looked at him, because when he stepped into the room, you thought: “He did not write that application”,” says Line Randa. The point is that the young man got a job when he started writing applications that reflected who he was.

Make time for research That is why Line Randa encourages students to not just start writing applications. The first thing you can do, is to figure out what you really care about. Which aspects of your field are you passionate about? What characterise you when you work? “It is hard questions to answer. It takes time, and it can be beneficial to spar with someone else. You can easily ask your fellow students what they think characterise you. We have good experiences with that,” says Line Randa. Her most important tip is that the applicant research themselves and the potential employer: “That way, the process may take a bit longer, but the hypothesis is that in the end, it is the right way to go. It leads to a job that fits you.” The research of the work place is about learning about the company’s situation, tasks, and needs. There can be a lot of sources: job listings, website, Infomedia, LinkedIn, and conversation with relevant people at the workplace. “You should only call the company, if there is something you would like answered. Not to pitch yourself. Approach inquisitively. When you have answers to


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your questions, it will also be easier to write a good start to your application,” says Line Randa.

Build of application The start of the application should start off in the company’s current activities, that the applicant would like to help lift. “The contents of the application should look into the future. The employer should be able to read that with this applicant on board, you can reach results,” says Line Randa. If the application should have a catchy headline or not, depends on who is writing, she says. “Most of the time, it is best to write a headline that authentically highlights what is special about the application. It could be “engineer with focus on sustainability”. I know someone who wrote “newly hatched, but not a chicken”. It worked for her, because she thought it was funny. She also wanted to be fun at the interview,” says Line Randa. After the headline and the start comes a “we-paragraph”, where the applicants explains their competences, and how they are used at the workplace. The last part is important, because the company should be able to see the relevance.

“We often see that academics list their knowledge. They should also remember to tell what they can contribute with their skills,” says Line Randa. It is easiest to hit the bullseye, when you have spoken to someone in the company. It is also a good idea to test your ideas in the application with people who knows the company and the field. What is left is to say that the application should be able to be read quickly. Use sub-headlines and consider ending with an “I-paragraph”: “You should preferable find a show, don’t tell-example of what you do in your free time. It can be that you sail with your friends. It talks indirectly about who you are. Stay away from adjectives,” says Line Randa. “If you want to say that you are innovative, make an innovative proposal. If you want to say that you are creative, make the application look creative. If you are structured, make a structured application.”

THREE TIPS FOR THE APPLICATION • Figure out what you are good at and passionate about. • Look into the tasks at the workplace that you can help solve. • Write the application short, authentic, and make it known what the employer gains from hiring you.

Source: Line Randa, career counsellor, Aalborg University.

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Concrete proposals for a better application Career counsellor Line Randa from Aalborg University has read an application from an engineering student who was encouraged to apply to a job in a company where she wrote her bachelor project. Here is Line Randa’s proposals for improvements.

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It is unnecessary to write your contact information here. It makes the overview seem messy. The contact information is in the résumé. It is unnecessary to write job application and name here. The employer can see that it is a job application. It is unnecessary to write hi… Everything unnecessary has to go. You should not repeat yourself. It says above that this is an application, so it does not need to say so here. The applicant was encouraged to apply for a job in this company. It does not say so anywhere in this version of the application. But it should. Because it is an obvious advantage and it underlines that there is a good match between her and the company. The applicant list her competences here, but does not relate them to the employer’s needs. It is important to bring your skills close to the tasks you are going to be working with in the company. The applicant uses adjectives about themselves. It is better to name concrete examples of how you work and let the examples tell the reader how the applicant is. Often the adjectives does not say much, because you would never write the opposite. You would for instance never write that you are unstable and tardy. In this section, the applicant repeats herself. We have already read what the applicant has experience in working with, and you should not repeat yourself. It would be better to write what inspires the applicant professionally and what characterises her as a colleague.


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It is a matter of personal preference whether you want a headline that stands out. This headline is precise and explains shortly what the goal of the application is. The more targeted the introduction is, the better. The applicant has had a dialogue with an employee in the company. It is a possibility that should be used to writing a good introduction. Alternatively you can start off by relating to a current project in the company. Test the start to see if it would be readable by a different employer and still make sense. If it can, it should be changed to be more targeted to the specific company. While a résumé describes the past, a good application should look into the future and provide the employer with a look into what the employment would make of a difference in the future. You succeeded here. In the new version, the applicant remembers to choose the professional competences that matches the topic of radars and thereby the study job. It is very important to not just list your knowledge, but also relating to how this experience is relevant to the employer. The applicant knows that the employer knows the lecturer’s work, and she uses this reference to describe the way she works. The reference to gantt diagrams, for instance, creates trustability, and the employer can imagine how she works. There has to be an ending. Here it is formal, because it fits with the applicant’s preferences. You can also choose to end on a more informal note, if that is the signal you want to send.


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Tips for writing a résumé A good résumé is targeted to the employer you send it to, says career counsellor Line Randa from Aalborg University. CV is another word for a résumé and stands for curriculum vitae, which is Latin for “the process of life”. But when you send a résumé to a possible employer, it should not be a long list of all your accomplishments. It should be carefully chosen points from your life, and the points should be targeted to the company you want to work for. “A résumé is not just a list of what you have done. For every point, you should have a reflection on what you have learnt. Explain what the essence is, in a way that is relevant for the job you apply for,” says career counsellor and special consultant Line Randa from Aalborg University. Whereas the job application looks into the future, the résumé looks into the past and talks about where you come from, she points out. It can be a lot of work to write a targeted résumé. To make it easier for yourself, you can make what Line Randa called a “brutto-résumé”. It is the long and detailed version of your education and experience, and you can use it as a sort of buffet when you work out a targeted “netto-résumé”.

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“Your netto-résumé is shorter — maybe just a page or two. You send it with your application, and you can write in your résumé that this is what you have chosen as relevant for this specific job,” says Line Randa. According to Line Randa, there are no rules about how long it should take to read a résumé. But it has to be manageable, with a clear font and clear headlines. The chronology is reversed, which means the newest points should be at the top under every headline, with a clear mention of time. “It can be a good exercise to see if the résumé can be understood in a minute. That gives you an idea about whether it is clear and structured. Try to meet with a buddy and give each other a minute to read. Afterwards, you can tell each other what you remember and how far you got with the reading,” says Line Randa.


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HOW TO BUILD YOUR RÉSUMÉ Summary In four lines or less, explain what your background is, where you are now, and what you are particularly interested in. The summary can contain an explanation of what the main themes of your résumé are. The points further down will explain how you got here. Education Here, you write about any education, courses, classes, and projects that are relevant to the employer. Remember to write what you did and what you learned so the employer can see what the essence is in relation to the job you are applying to. Work experience When did you work where? What did you do and what skills and understandings did you come away with that your future employer can benefit from?

Technical skills As an engineer, you will have developed some technical or computer skills from your study, internships, and employment. The employer should get a quick overview of these skills here. Languages Here you can write which languages you speak and write, and to what level. Spare time and private life You do not necessarily have to write about your private life. For some, it can cross some lines to say what you do in your spare time. For others, it is important to send a signal about how who you are as a rounded person. Think about which images you create in the reader’s head, and make sure that your examples fit into the culture you are trying to break in to.

Volunteer work It can be relevant to have a section called volunteer work and mention which com­ petences you developed from being, say, a scout leader or a football coach.

Source: Line Randa, special consultant, Aalborg University.

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Concrete suggestions for a better résumé Career counsellor Line Randa from Aalborg University has read a résumé from an engineering student who is applying for a study job. Here are her comments to the résumé before improvements.

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It is important that the résumé has a graphic expression that provides an easy overview. Here is room for improvements. There is also the need for a careful proofreading. The summary should tell an independent story, and not be a repeatment of the résumé further down. In the improved version, the applicant explains why her résumé looks the way it does, and what characterise her way of working. Graphically, the dates take up a lot of room compared to the contents. It should be the other way around. The education-part can be designed with a better overview, still with room for the professional focus and the competences. The technical skills, such as programming in MatLab could be a point of its own. It is unnecessary to write contact information on all pages. This point could be designed with a better overview and be more inviting, where the applicant still explains more concretely about the skills on a scale from 0-6. It is an individual choice if you want to write about your personal life. This text draws a picture of the applicant’s personal competences in an authentic way, without using adjectives. It is always better to write concrete examples than describing with adjectives.


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Over all, the résumé has gotten a graphic lift, and has been transformed into a one-pager. It is not a goal in itself to write your résumé as shortly as possible, but in this case, it makes sense, as the applicant describes her ­professional competences in the application. The résumé has gotten a better overview in the new form, and graphics fit well with it. In the previous version, the applicant made the classic mistake of repeating the contents of the résumé in the summary. The new text embraces why the applicant has even chosen this career path. The text is furthermore a good story about why the résumé looks the way it does. What you did last, should come first. Preferably with an application of what the education consisted of. Here it is short, because of the one page form. ­A lternatively, it can be longer and more descriptive, if the résumé has to stand alone without an application. The high school experience does not necessarily have to be there. Here it is included because it supports the applicant’s description of herself and the musical interests. The high school is a profile high school with focus on singing and music. Here it is now shortly described which tasks the applicant has done in ­certain positions. It is an advantage for the employer to know. Volunteer work is important to include and describe in detail, because it implicitly explains that the applicant takes on responsibility, knows about economy, and can organise a task and secure progression. The applicant has now created a short and manageable overview of her IT competences. It is graphically inviting and simple. The same goes for the language. The details about spare time are included because it explains that the ­applicant has discipline, is interested in learning, and can focus. Implicit descriptions are far better than adjectives.


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How to land the job at the job interview Preparation is the key to doing well at a job interview, writes journalist and author Steen Kræmer Rasmussen in a new book. Here is his useful advice in an interview with Pejling. How do you characterise an ­applicant who is standing strong for the ­interview? “It is an applicant who has prepared. There is nothing more annoying to the employer than an applicant who comes unprepared. It is important to look into the company and find out how it works. It is also good to know the pains and challenges they have, because when we know the company, it is easier to target the way we appear. It is no good to go in there and be yourself. The best thing to do is to be the version of yourself which is a good fit for the company,” says Steen Kræmer Rasmussen, who is answering questions from Pejling.

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What does it mean to target your ­appearance? “It is to think about how you will fit into the company. For instance, a company that works with semiconductors may ask what experience you have with those. Then you can target your answer to whether they are looking for someone who is strong practically or theoretically. In some cases, it might be a good idea to say: ‘I am strong when it comes to this; I worked with it during my internship’. In other cases, it might be better to say that you have looked into the theory behind it.” Few companies show you their pains. How do you find them? “No, I have never seen a job listing where it says that they have issues with making materials stick. A job listing is also a profile ad, which is read by investors, collaboration partners, and all kinds of people. So they won’t write their pains in neon. Therefore it is not enough to read the listing and the website. It takes a bigger effort, but then you gain a great advantage.” What more can you do? “At infomedia.dk you can find a goldmine of information. There are 196 million articles and TV-shows, and at the library and most education insti-

tutions, there are free subscriptions to the media archive. If there is something you wish to know, that is where to go. It can also be a good idea to call someone who used to work in the company. Or an old study buddy who may work in the business. The telephone is extremely effective, if we know whom to call, and sometimes you may even call someone you don’t know. For instance, you can call someone who has an equivalent job in a different company, and ask what the job is about and what issues they face.” Is it acceptable to call a stranger? “Yes, just remember to smile into your phone. You can hear it: ‘Hi, my name is this and this - I am calling because I am trying to gain some knowledge. I have a job interview for a position which is similar to yours. I am trying to find out what is good to say’. If they are busy, ask if there is a better time. But remember to smile and ask nicely: ‘What makes you good as a project leader? What do you do that you are proud of?’ Ask open-ended questions and ask them to explain in depth.”

introverted, you can still call and ask professional questions about, say, ball bearings. Remember that you are not calling to talk about yourself, but about something relevant to the job. People often want to talk when you show you are interested.” What do you do with all that knowledge at the interview? “To signal that it is a very exciting project they are doing. To say something that makes them happy, compliment them about something. And of course to tell them why you are right for the job. But in reality, the interview is not about presenting yourself. The interview should have a dialogue between equal parties. Just like they show interest in you, you should show interest in them. We would rather hire someone who has the skills to keep a conversation going than someone who just crawls. And you have to gain knowledge from the meeting as well, so you can decide if you want to work there.”

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JOB INTERVIEWS: THE MOST ­IMPORTANT TIPS • Prepare – read everything you can find about the company and the people you are going to meet: online, in the press, in business media. You have to know the company and their ­challenges. • Bring questions on a piece of paper. Use the questions to engage in a dialogue and ask in depth-questions. Always have a question ready for the end when they ask if you have more questions. • Bring stories that link your experiences and results to the company’s needs and demands for the job. The stories can elaborate on what you wrote in the résumé: which work related challenges you experienced during your study, study job, or during volunteer work, and how you solved it.

THE FREQUENT QUESTIONS Before going in to a job interview, it may be a good idea to prepare answers for the most common questions. Practice saying your answers aloud, and let your answers point in one direction: you are the right one for the job. Can you tell us a bit about yourself? Why did you apply for this position? Why should we hire you? What are you most proud of during your career/what is your biggest success? What is the biggest compliment you have received? What is the biggest mistake you have made? How do you work in a team? What expectations do you have for your boss? What experiences do you have with xxx? Tell us about your career so far/a conflict you have been in/a case where you were in disagreement with your colleague or boss.

Source for all boxes: ‘Scor jobbet til samtalen’, publishing house Lunje H.

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INTERVIEW OVER PHONE OR VIDEO

At scorjobbet.dk you can read about the book ‘Scor jobbet til samtalen. Et job er ikke noget, du får. Det er noget, du tager.’ (‘Land the job at the interview. A job is not something you get. It is something you take.’)

You may be asked for an interview over phone or video, especially when the employer wants to screen a large number of applicants. For this, the rules are the same as for regular interviews: prepare, and have relevant questions and stories ready. Furthermore, you have to give a nice first impression:

• Be prepared for small talk. You can, for instance, ask about what is happening in the ­business – preferably something positive.

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• Smile when it is relevant and natural. This also goes for over the phone. You can tell by the voice if someone is smiling. • Dress so that the clothes match your professional attire – even for phone interviews. If you are sharply dressed, you will feel more professional. Remember to also wear a ­complete outfit if you’re on a video call so it does not get embarrassing if you have to get up and get something.

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• Keep your tech in check: charge your device. Make sure you have a good phone signal or WiFi. Use a buttonhole microphone or a headset so the sound is good. Test it all before the interview.

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Oops – what do I say now? What are you less good at? This is a question that may arise at a job interview. Here is some inspiration for your answer.

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It is not certain that the question will arise during the job interview, but if they ask about your weaknesses, it is always nice to have a prepared answer which does not ruin your job chances. “A good tactic is to say something which is relevant for the job, but not defining. If you apply for a position as a sales consultant in Germany, do not say: ‘I don’t know German’. Choose something which is relevant, but will not ruin your chances. It can be something they already say in your résumé,” says Steen Kræmer Rasmussen, journalist and author of the book ‘Scor jobbet til samtalen. Et job er ikke noget, du får. Det er noget, du tager’ (‘Land the job at the interview. A job is not something you get. It is something you take’). As a recent graduate, a weakness may be that you are freshly educated without a lot of practical experience from work life. “But instead of telling the hiring committee a lot about what you have not learned, tell them what you are doing to improve. If, for instance, you do not have experience with making a certain type of sketches, or a certain three dimensional model, say that you are looking into taking a course during your free time. The smart thing is to have ­a lready considered how to strengthen


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your weak sides,” says Steen Kræmer ­R asmussen. His recommendation is therefore: “draw out a weakness which is not defining for the job, and which you can do something about.”

Show that you care about quality Another important point is to show how your weaknesses will not end up costing the company. “For instance, if you have problems with certain grammatical tropes, say that, and that you are planning on doing a course with a good friend who can teach you. Of course you will never send something to the client that includes mistakes, because the client should experience quality in everything connected to the company,” says Steen Kræmer Rasmussen. Why is it so terrible to be asked about weaknesses? “Because many feel that it is time to be exposed. And that is not nice. I don’t like saying that my desk is messy, and sometimes bills go missing, so I don’t pay them on time. The question about weaknesses is dreaded, because you may say something that means that they will not want to hire you,” says Steen Kræmer Rasmussen.

Everyone has weaknesses “But the company is not trying to expose you. They are really asking if you have insight into yourself. The worst thing you can say is ‘I don’t have weaknesses’, because everyone does. But successful people have the ability to compensate for their weaknesses. This is why they ask, and you have to answer how you can handle your weak side.” According to Steen Kræmer Rasmussen, it is not uncommon for people to try to avoid the uncomfortable question. Some may try to be let off the hook by making a strength seem like a weakness. “They may say that they can take on too much work, and what they are trying to say is that they are very diligent. But don’t do that, because the employers will not believe you.”

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“Begin by asking for a realistic, yet optimistic, starting salary” What is a realistic starting salary as a recently graduated engineer? What to know before starting your first salary negotiation. Nothing is ever easy the first time around. The same goes for the first salary negotiation as a recently graduated engineer. But if you come prepared, it actually does not have to be so hard. So says Brian Laursen, who is a lawyer and gives advice to engineers about salary and terms of employment in Ingeniørforeningen, IDA. “It is very important to be prepared for salary negotiations. When the employer asks what you expect, it is best to start off with asking for a realistic, yet optimistic, starting salary, rather than letting the first bid come from the employer,” he says. The advantage of the applicant making the first bid is that the applicant is setting the starting point for the negotiation. The starting point for the employer will often be somewhat low, since it is in the best interest of the employer to get the employee as cheaply as possible. “If you let the employer go first, because you have not prepared well enough, they can start off too low compared to market pricing and your own expectations. They get to define where the

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negotiations start, and it can be hard to raise the salary to where you could have gotten it by making the first bid,” says Brian Laursen.

Benefits are also worth money Despite this, members of IDA often let the employer go first. It is not uncommon for the engineer to do their salary research too late, either. Thus they might set their starting point too low, or accept a salary which is low compared to the business, the market, and their colleagues. If the salary negotiation is not complete, you can of course follow up by suggesting a higher salary or some terms which are worth money. This can be salary during lunch, more yearly vacation days, paid newspapers, or other personnel benefits. But it is best to be prepared, take the initiative, and suggest a realistic but optimistic starting salary when the conversation turns towards pay. Optimistic, because then there is some give during negotiations without the salary ending too low. “It is not necessarily a bad thing if the employer doesn’t agree to your starting

point. Because this means that you have not placed yourself too low,” says Brian Laursen.

Salary statistics and salary calculators The research should start early, because the question of salary could appear as early as the first phone interview. IDA’s website is a good place to start. Members can log on and find comprehensive salary statistics for employees in the public and private sectors. You will also find the salary calculator, which members can use to find a suitable salary level for their individual profile: for instance, seniority, job type, geography, and size of company. Good research also includes talking to other engineers about salaries, according to Brian Laursen. It is in the employees’ best interest to be open about the salary. “Studies show that openness about salaries results in a more equal pay. In an open salary culture, you will have the best cards on your hand, because you know the colleagues’ level of salary, and background for the pay raises they have received,” he says. If the job is in a company with a collective union agreement, you can call the trust representative, and ask about the salary and terms of employment. If the salary is negotiated by individual contract - which it is for more than 85 per-


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THREE IMPORTANT TIPS ON SALARY

SALARY NEGOTIATION ALL YEAR

• Follow your heart. Do not choose a job by salary alone.

When you get the job, salary negotiations continue all year. You should not lean back and wait for the formal negotiation. Whereas the first salary negotiation is concerned with your qualifications, the following negotiation is about what results you have achieved. You have to make the boss aware of your successes throughout the year so they do not go unnoticed. It is also a good idea to work on a list of good arguments for why you should be paid more: problems you have solved, clients you have brought in, results you have achieved. Then you can pick and choose, build up, and polish your strongest arguments so you know what to say at the next formal salary negotiation.

Source: Brian Laursen, consultant and lawyer, IDA.

Source: Brian Laursen, consultant and lawyer, IDA.

• Prepare for salary negotiation before the first interview • Check out IDA’s salary statistics and salary calculator, and know what is a realistic but optimistic starting point for you in particular, for the job you are applying for

cent of IDA’s members - you can perhaps talk to people you know in the company or the business. You can also call IDA and get tips for the salary negotiation.

If you are caught off guard According to IDA’s salary statistics, a recently graduated master of science in engineering in the private sector will get an average of 39,200 DKK, and a bachelor of engineering in the private sector will get an average of 37,300 DKK a month, including pension and taxable benefits. Employees in the public sector get an average of 34-35,000 DKK (2018 figure). A tip for a recently graduated engineer, who is caught off guard by the question of salary, is to say that you expect to get something in the low 40s, says Brian Laursen.

“When you mention a round number, you show them that your level is around there. By not stating a concrete figure, you set an ambitious starting point, which is not ultimate, and open up for negotiations. But be sure to know whether you are talking about salary including or excluding pension. It is best to negotiate salary including pension, because then you know what you are talking about. It sucks to accept a salary and then find out that you will not get 10 percent extra as you thought,” says Brian Laursen. When you have received a contract, IDA offers to read it through to see if something should be adjusted. It could be the salary, but it could also be the terms. For instance, the employer may want to prolong the notice of resigna-

tion, or demand clauses which limit a fast job change to customers or com­ petitors.

Follow your heart A last tip is to remember to follow your heart during the process. You may be flattered by a job offer with a high salary. But is it the job you really want? “It is important that you do what you want to do. If it points in the direction you want to go, it might be right for you to take a job with a lower salary – for instance in a startup company. During your first job, you will test your qualifications, which you can use to get other jobs and a higher salary later. At the same time, you will get to work with something you are passionate about.

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X-chromosomes cost less than Y There is not equal pay for engineers. There is a gender determined difference of about four percent between the members of Ingeniørforeningen IDA. What can young engineers do about it? From the first day at work, female engineers earn less than their male colleagues. Ingeniørforeningen IDA, published an analysis in 2019, which documented the average salary difference between male and female members of 4.1 percent, which cannot be explained by education, seniority, or business. So welcome to the workforce, r­ ecently graduated women. Is there special ­t reatment for women negotiating ­salary? “No, I don’t think so. But women need to be sure to have the same focus on salary as men, and not be shy. They should prepare well for salary negotiation, and make their starting point the same as men’s. And then they need to demand their rights, if there is the right to a yearly salary negotiation, even if it is during or connected to parental leave,” says Brian Laursen, who is a lawyer and provides advice for engineers about salary and terms of employment in Ingeniørforeningen IDA.

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Avoid being behind from the start Women need to start the fight for equal pay from the first salary negotiation. “Salary negotiation in the first job is important. If you land on the wrong salary, and you stay in the job, you will experience that at the next negotiation you compete for the raise just the same as a recently graduated man, who got a higher salary from the start. Perhaps you both get a raise of 2,000 DKK, but the pay difference is still there. And maybe the difference widens, if you take maternity leave and do not demand a raise during this,” says Brian Laursen.

Support each other with openness But women do not need to fight the fight alone. If colleagues at the workplace agree to talk openly about salaries, it will lessen the pay gap between the sexes, studies show. At the same time, it grants all employees a better look into the salary levels, and the best starting point for salary negotiations. All members of IDA are advised to search for knowledge and advice from


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WOMEN AND MEN’S SALARY IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR Gross salary

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trusted representatives and consultants in IDA. But the road to equal pay starts with women being willing to start playing the negotiation game. “You only get a higher salary if you are bold enough to negotiate one, and you shouldn’t let yourself be discouraged if

you get a no. Instead of taking the no as a rejection, take it as proof that you did not sell yourself short. See it as an invitation to negotiation. A no gives you the chance to be curious about the employer’s standpoint and bring your arguments into play,” says Brian Laursen.

“That way, you have already nudged towards the next salary negotiation ­because you have gained knowledge about what it takes to get a raise, ­according to your manager.”

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THE FIELD OF STUDY

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Your Options as an Engineer Use the business pages as inspiration for your first job. As an engineer, your options are only limited by your area of expertise. Therefore, we have put together an overview of 18 different professional fields of engineering and over 40 engineering companies (see the page on the right), which gives you an idea of which types of engineers specific companies are looking for. Hopefully, this will give you a good starting point for your job search, or perhaps you will become aware of opportunities you didn’t know about. Furthermore, each company listed also has their own page with a descriptive text, which tells you about their work areas and values and describes their specific focus. Thus, you’ll be able to figure out if a company is a good fit for you, while you are still a student. The companies have also been asked to list the number of employees in order to give you an idea of the size of each individual business. In the column to the right, you’ll also find contact information, which will make it easier for you to get in touch with relevant employees at the company, if you are interested in doing so.

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Linak A/S

KPMG

Kamstrup A/S

JENSEN Denmark

Hottinger, Brüel & Kjær

HOFOR A/S

Haldor Topsoe A/S

GN Group

GEA

FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotech.

Forsvaret

Force Technology

Energinet

EKJ Rådgivende Ing.

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Computas

Cobham SATCOM

Banedanmark

Arkil A/S

Alfa Laval

Accenture

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ACCENTURE

www.accenture.com/dk-en

Career at Accenture What we do Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations.

related to digital disruption, redeďŹ ning competitiveness, operating and business models as well as the workforce of the future helps our clients ďŹ nd future value and growth in a digital world.

Consulting We partner with more than three quarters of the Fortune Global 500, driving innovation on a global scale. With expertise across more than 40 industries and all business functions, we deliver transformational outcomes for a demanding new digital world.

Accenture Consulting works with our clients to solve their toughest issues, realize their most promising opportunities, and deliver real results. Our Consulting practice is focused on supporting transformation agendas of the largest companies in the world.

With more than 500,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries, Accenture drives innovation to improve the way the world works and lives.

Digital

Strategy Accenture Strategy shapes our clients’ future, combining deep business insight with the understanding of how technology will impact industry and business models. Our focus on issues

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Technology Accenture Technology powers digital transformation through services designed to reinvent our clients application portfolio and a new style of IT. We combine business and industry insights with innovative technology to drive business growth.

Operations Accenture Operations combines technology that digitizes and automates business processes, unlocks actionable insights, and delivers everything-as-aservice with deep industry, functional and technical expertise.

Accenture Digital help clients pivot from thinking digital to being digital. Through interactive experiences that captivate customers, analytics that transform big data into even bigger actions and new mobile technologiesthat harness the power of IOT and Living Services.

Total Engineers

700 350

Total 500,000 Engineers 250,000


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION

Bohrsgade 35 1799 Copenhagen V Bredskifte AllĂŠ 5, 1. sal 8210 Aarhus V

Phone

72 28 80 00

E-mail

careers@accenture.com

NEW APPLIED NOW accenture.dk/careers

Contact Facebook Instargam LinkedIn Twitter Youtube

/AccentureDanmark @AccentureDk Accenture Nordics @Accenture_DK Accenture Nordics


ALFA LAVAL

www.alfalaval.dk

Do extraordinary with Alfa Laval We create better everyday conditions for people. We do this by contributing to a more sustainable future through engineering innovation. We love what we do, and we’re good at it. We’re looking for passionate new colleagues who want to join us in becoming even better! Technological Leadership Alfa Laval is a leading global supplier of products and solutions within the key technology areas of heat transfer, separation and fluid handling through our key products- heat exchangers, separators, pumps and valves. We currently play a vital role in areas that are crucial for society, such as energy optimization, environmental protection and food production.

Energy, Environment and Food With the vision of creating better everyday conditions for people, Alfa Laval has developed products since 1883. The world is increasingly focused on saving energy and protecting the environment. Alfa Laval is committed to these goals. Our products are involved in treating water, reducing carbon emissions and minimizing water and

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energy consumption, as well as heating, cooling, separating and transporting food. These areas represent the core of Alfa Laval’s expertise.

Many Options Alfa Laval is a global and multicultural company with approx. 17,500 employees worldwide. More than 1,800 of them are situated in Denmark, scattered across five off ices/units around the country: •

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The Floor is yours Alfa Laval grows if our co-workers grow. We believe in people. We believe that giving people responsibility and support gives a better result than controlling them. When it comes to personal development, at Alfa Laval we put you in the driver’s seat. We offer an open, friendly and supportive environment where you are in charge of your development.

Being a multi-faceted company with Alfa Laval Copenhagen: is our global many different products within many centre for decanter centrifuges and      diff     erent application areas, industries and countries means that we can offer a other processing equipment. Alfa Laval Aalborg: is our Global cen- lot of different career paths, vertical and lateral. You drive, we support. tre for boiler technology. Alfa Laval Kolding is our global cenAll of this is important to us, and we tre for fluid handling equipment. Alfa Laval Nakskov: is our global hope that it’s appealing to you. centre for membrane filtration. Alfa Laval Nordic: is the group’s sales and service company in Denmark.

These five Danish sites work closely together in order to coordinate activities and to position Alfa Laval in Denmark.

Total Engineers

1,800 586

Total Engineers

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Do you want to help solve some of the world’s greatest challenges?

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER

Alfa Laval was founded on a single brilliant invention and innovation remains even today at the heart of everything we do. More than 17,000 employees worldwide do their share every day to solve some of the world’s greatest challenges by using key technologies within heat transfer, separation and fluid handling, in which we are market leaders. In Denmark, we are more than 1,800 dedicated employees and we all play a significant role in the global group. We work with research, product development, production, service, administration and sales.

Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

Alfa Laval holds more than 3,500 patents and the Danish team has contributed to providing worldwide solutions in areas that are vital to society both today and tomorrow. That is our contribution towards a more sustainable business and that is what we are striving for every day.

INFORMATION

Do you want to help change the world together with us? Come and join us!

Phone

Alfa Laval Copenhagen A/S Maskinvej 5 2860 Søborg Denmark +45 39 53 60 00

www.alfalaval.dk

E-mail info.soeborg@alfalaval.com

Contact

www.alfalaval.dk www.linkedin.com/company/ alfa-laval/


ARKIL A/S

www.arkil.dk

INFRASTRUKTUR - BYRUMSUDVIKLING SIKKERHED - KLIMATILPASNING - MILJØ Du kommunikerer bredt og samarbejder med dine kollegaer på pladserne. Du får udfordrende opgaver og plads til at træffe selvstændige beslutninger i takt med din udvikling i praktikken.

VI SØGER Du har opnået gode resultater på studiet og arbejder analytisk med fokus på kvalitet, projektledelse, optimering og kommunikation.

DIN UDVIKLING ER VIGTIG

Du tager din nysgerrighed og dit gode humør med på kontoret såvel som på Igennem din praktik bliver du tilknytbyggepladsen. tet en fast mentor, som har fokus på din udvikling og dine ønsker i praktikken.                                                            ”Ung i Arkil” er et netværk for unge ingeKICKSTART DIN KARRIERE niører og konstruktører i hele Danmark Læser du til bygningsingeniør eller bygpå tværs af faglighed. Du bliver en del af ningskonstruktør, kan du søge i praktik netværket i din praktik hos os.  hos os.

STYRK DIN UDDANNELSE Arkil bidrager til uddannelse af fremtidens arbejdskraft. Hos os får du et unikt indblik i en af Danmarks største entreprenørvirksomheder, der løser opgaver landsdækkende og lokalt i dit nærområde. Vi tilbyder praktik indenfor områderne Anlæg, Bro & Beton, Fundering og specifikke projekter. Som praktikant bliver du en del af holdet. Du udarbejder bl.a. teknisk materiale, afklarer tegninger, kalkulerer tilbud og deltager på byggemøder.        

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JOSEPHINE - STUDIEJOB ”Jeg bruger teori fra studiet i praksis og lærer en masse, som der ikke undervises i på studiet - tommelfingerregler, virkelighedens begrænsninger og kollegaers erfaring. Der er fuld forståelse for, at man balancerer studie og job”.

Vi leder efter dig, der brænder for at være udførende og sætte dit præg på det arbejde, vi udfører til gavn for samfundet.

ANDERS - PRAKTIK ”Jeg er overbevist om, at indsigt i de tekniske tegningers anvendelse i marken, er en forudsætning for at skabe brugbare løsninger på tegnebrættet. Jeg er med til at planlægge mit praktikforløb og arbejder med de værktøjer, der interesserer mig”.

Besøg Arkil på DSE messen i Lyngby og i Ålborg samt på PRE-PAIR i Ballerup. Kom og hør mere om dine muligheder i Arkil.

Total Engineers

Total Engineers

1.400 300

På www.arkil.dk/job-og-karriere/soeg-job finder du ledige stillinger i Arkil.

Vi glæder os til at møde dig.

2.000 450


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering

ARKIL UDVIKLER SAMFUNDE T I Arkil tager vi ansvar og bidrager til det samfund, vi er en del af – uanset hvor vi opererer. Vi anlægger veje, bygger broer, lægger kabler, etablerer havne og skaber forbindelse. Vi renser den forurenede jord, bygger kloakker og leverer et renere miljø. Vil du udvikle samfundet blandt fagligt dygtige og innovative kollegaer - så kom med på holdet.

Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Arkil A/S Søndergård Alle 4 6500 Vojens

Phone 7322 5050

E-mail arkil@arkil.dk

Contact ANLÆG

VEJSERVICE

BE TON

ASFALT

FUNDERING & VANDBYGNING

linkedin.com/company/arkil-as facebook.com/Arkil instagram.com/arkil_official


BANEDANMARK

www.bane.dk

Spændende opgaver venter på dig! Vidste du, at vi er en af Danmarks største bygherrer? Vi har nogle af landets største infrastrukturprojekter, og vi har travlt som aldrig før. Hos os får du mulighed for at sætte dit fingeraftryk og se resultaterne af dit arbejde ude i den virkelige verden. Det er uanset, om du vil arbejde med projektog projekteringsledelse, nyt signalsystem, trafikal planlægning, byggeledelse, baneteknik eller noget helt andet.

Vi elektrificerer jernbanen Elektrificeringen af jernbanen er til gavn for både miljøet og togdriften. Eltog udleder langt mindre CO2, støjer mindre og giver mulighed for at køre med højere hastighed end man kan med dieseltog. I dag er jernbanenettet kun delvist elektrificeret. Frem mod 2027 sætter vi strøm til yderligere 1.362 km jernbane.

Vi skifter til IT-baseret signalteknologi

og berører mange fagområder. De nye signaler bliver udrullet løbende frem mod 2030.

Vi bygger Ringsted-Femern banen Vi ombygger jernbanen ned mod den kommende Femern Bælt forbindelse. Banen bliver dobbeltsporet hele vejen, og der kommer nye jernbanebroer over Storstrømmen, Masnedsund og Guldborgsund. Banen skal desuden elektrificeres, og for at gøre plads til kørestrøm og dobbeltspor ombygger vi mere end 100 broer og et større antal vejanlæg.

Vi planlægger trafikken Udover vores mange projekter optimerer vi udnyttelsen af jernbanen ved at simulere fremtidige køreplaner og arbejder med, hvordan vi bedst udnytter kapaciteten på jernbanen. Vi planlægger, udvikler og tildeler kapacitet til togoperatørerne og korrigerer køreplanen i forbindelse med vedligehold og projekter.

Vi passer på jernbanen Vi vedligeholder jernbanen løbende – spor, kørestrøm, sikringsanlæg og meget andet. Og vi udvikler nye metoder til vedligehold, for eksempel 3D-opmåling af vores sporskifter for at vurdere behovet for vedligehold og fornyelse.

Kom og mød os! Igen i 2020 er vi med på DSE Messen i Lyngby såvel som i Aalborg, hvor du møder nogle af vores ingeniører, der fortæller om dine jobmuligheder hos os. Du kan læse mere om vores spændende projekter på www.bane.dk. Her kan du også besøge vores jobside, hvor du finder vores ledige stillinger og tilmelder dig vores jobagent.

Vi udskifter de forældede signaler med ny IT-baseret signalteknologi. Det er en kompleks opgave, som er krævende både teknisk og projektstyringsmæssigt

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Fremtidens jernbane

FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship

TĂŚnker du i andre baner?

Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

Vi er i fuld gang med Fremtidens Jernbane.

INFORMATION Carsten Niebuhrs Gade 43 1577 København V Danmark

Phone 82340000

E-mail stilling@bane.dk

banedanmark.dk

Contact

www.linkedin.com/company/ banedanmark/


COBHAM SATCOM

www.cobham.com/satcom

A leader within satellite communications With the ever increasing demand for communication without limits, Cobham SATCOM provide connectivity in the most challenging and remote environments on land, at sea and in the air. For the last 35 years, we have been meeting the needs of our customers by developing and producing communication equipment and satellite services for: •

GMDS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System), fishing surveillance and container monitoring on ships

Cockpit and cabin communication on aeroplanes

Portable and fi xed terminals for a wide range of vehicles

Satellite systems and telecommunication networks for ground station systems

Working at Cobham SATCOM

Join a social network

As a Cobham SATCOM employee, you can become a part of the technological development, helping satellite communications change the world. Create the technology of tomorrow, today.

We love doing things together and offer a myriad of clubs and social activities that you can join and participate in. This will give you the chance to get to know many interesting colleagues outside your area, team and department. Likewise, we have a lot of in-house facilities that you can use, and in our canteen, a dedicated staff makes sure we are taken good care of.

The headquarters of Cobham SATCOM are placed in Lyngby, Denmark. The company employs approximately 1000 people globally with sites in the USA, South Africa, Singapore and China. We also have a large development and production site in Pandrup, Denmark.

Our team spirit ties us together

When traditional technologies fail, Cobham SATCOM’s products keep providing the customers with high quality voice, data and multimedia communications.

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Everything we do is a result of our incredible teamwork. We work together cross-functionally, and our value chain is placed in-house – so all you need to do is walk down the hall if you need to discuss something with an expert colleague. “ Working at Cobham includes a lot of communication and cooperation with many stakeholders in the organization. It is a very dynamic environment.” – Anas Rezk

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”Our spirit is unique, and we do a lot of things together that are not all job related. I myself am part of both the skiing club and the wine club.” – Christian Mørup-Petersen.

Ready to take the leap? Regardless of the size or complexity of the job ahead, we believe in always putting the same effort into the work we do. Our customers’ missions are critical to them and must be no less critical to us. In short, by joining us, you get to be part of the latest development in satellite and radio technology in a company where we believe in operating as a team, both among ourselves and alongside our partners.

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

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INFORMATION

”The work we do is a collaboration between so many different groups. Some develop software and others work on mechanics. It may take a few tries to get it right, but we always succeed in making it work – together.”

Lundtoftegårdsvej 93D 2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark

Phone +45 3955 8800

Christian Mørup-Petersen Development Engineer www.cobham.com/careers

E-mail satcom.hr@cobham.com

Contact

Website/LinkedIn


COMPUTAS

www.computas.dk

Vil du arbejde med AI, maskinlæring, Big Data og Google Cloud? Den mulighed har du hos Computas, som er Nordens største Google Cloud-partner. Her kan du komme til at arbejde med nogle af tidens mest spændende og innovative, værdiskabende og samfundsnyttige løsninger til både den offentlige og private sektor. Da vi er en af få aktører, som tilbyder Google Cloud-platformen i Norden, oplever vi stor interesse fra kunder som ønsker at anvende Google Cloud Platform til innovation i deres egen virksomhed. Derfor har vi etableret et nyt kontor i København.

Start-up med tryghed Som nyansat i Computas Danmark vil du få muligheden for at være med på at bygge det danske kontor op. Du er med til at påvirke udviklingen af selskabet og derudover kommer du til at arbejde med det ypperligste indenfor cloud teknologi. Alle, der starter med os, deltager i vores onboarding week i Oslo. Her møder du mange nøglepersoner i virksomheden og får en god introduktion til virksomhedens historie, værdier, kultur og fokusområder.

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Nordens første Google Cloud-specialiserede virksomhed Som den første nordiske virksomhed har Computas opnået at blive specialist inden for App Development og Machine Learning på Google Cloud Platform. IT-selskabet er i forvejen en af få nordiske Google Premier Partners og har Nordens største Google Cloud-certificerede faglige miljø. Flere førende aktører inden for energi, transport og ingeniørarbejde bruger i dag IT-konsulenthuset til at udvikle sine Google Cloud-løsninger. Her kommer du til at beskæftige dig med det sidste nye inden for innovation, og benytter det nyeste indenfor GCP-teknologi – også API’er som ikke er frigivet til markedet.

Skaberglæde og samarbejde er kerneværdier i vores måde at arbejde på, og vi er drevet af ønsket om at skabe teknologisk innovation, som giver menneskelige fremskridt. Virksomheden er 100 procent ejet af vores ansatte. Det betyder, at alle får minimum 1.000 aktier, når de bliver ansat. Derudover er der kort fra idé til handling og fra medarbejderne til ledelsen. Computas hovedkontor ligger i centrum af Oslo. Udover den nye afdeling i København har man også en leveranceenhed i Bukarest i Rumænien – Computas Development Center.  

Over 30 år erfaring med AI Computas blev etableret i 1985 som et datterselskab til Det Norske Veritas (nu DNV GL). Allerede dengang leverede man systemer baseret på kunstig intelligens. Så da AI blev stort i den brede offentlighed, var Computas i stand til at reagere hurtigt. Det betyder, at Computas nu er det kontor med flest Google-certificerede medarbejdere i Norden, og at hele Google-organisationen i Nordeuropa efterspørger vores viden og løsninger.

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering Specialization:

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad

Morgendagens teknologiske løsninger til nutidens mennesker

Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Computas Danmark ApS Frederiksborggade 15 1360 København

E-mail rekrutteringdk@computas.com

computas.dk


DTU ALUMNI

www.alumni.dtu.dk

DTU Alumni – a network of engineers from DTU DTU Alumni is a network for all graduates from DTU.

Lifelong connection to DTU

How can I join?

Through the alumni network, you can stay connected with DTU for life.

You can join as soon as you have a degree from DTU. 6 months before your expected graduation date, you should receive an e-mail welcoming you to DTU Alumni.

Membership is free of charge. As a student, you will probably meet alumni as guest lecturers, mentors etc. and you can get insight into future career options from alumni.

Visit www.alumni.dtu.dk to find out more!

After you have graduated, we will keep you updated on what happens at DTU and send you invitations to relevant activities. Moreover, you get continued access to discounts in Polyteknisk Bookstore. You will also be able to use the alumni network as well as DTU Job Bank in your job search to help you now and in your future career – and you can make use of DTU’s continuing education offers to keep your skills up-to-date. DTU is there for you the rest of your life!

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Internship and Project Bank

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma

Go searching for new adventures - projektbank.dtu.dk

Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

Jobbank.dtu.dk

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project

Kickstart your career at DTU Job Bank

Ph.D

E-mail

alumni@dtu.dk


EKJ RÅDGIVENDE INGENIØRER

www.ekj.dk

Bliv en del af en spændende virksomhed i vækst

HVEM ER EKJ? EKJ er et uafhængigt rådgivende ingeniørfirma med stærke grundværdier. Kvalitet gennem engagement er de ord, som vi har arbejdet ud fra, siden virksomheden blev grundlagt. I dag er vi ca. 250 medarbejdere i Danmark og Bulgarien.

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KORT VEJ FRA IDÉ TIL HANDLING

PRAKTIKFORLØB

Vores tilgang til opgaveløsningen er åben og fleksibel, da vores virksomhedsorganisation er smidig med korte beslutningsveje. Vi deler vores kvalificerede rådgivning med kunder og samarbejdspartnere og tilfører derved projekterne merværdi.

Hos EKJ har du mulighed for at komme i praktik som en del af din videregående uddannelse. En praktikplads hos EKJ er en praktikplads fuld af udfordringer i selskab med engagerede medarbejdere i en rådgivervirksomhed, der bygger på service, troværdighed og kompetence.

DET TVÆRFAGLIGE SAMARBEJDE Vi favner bredt i vores opgaveløsning og har i huset fagligheden inden for alle ingeniørdiscipliner. Alle vores afdelinger tilpasses løbende, så de kan supplere hinanden og sikre den optimale kombination af faglig ekspertise.

Vi tilbyder en alsidig praktikperiode med fagligt såvel som personligt udfordrende arbejdsopgaver. Vi tilrettelægger dit praktikforløb i tæt samarbejde med dig med afsæt i dine ønsker og vores behov.

Hos EKJ arbejder vi tæt sammen i tværfaglige teams. Vores stærke sammensætning af kompetencer og specialiserede medarbejdere, gør os i stand til at løfte projekter og skabe unikke løsninger.

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SAMMEN BYGGER VI FREMTIDEN

FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

ER DU KLAR TIL AT GØRE EN FORSKEL Hos EKJ træder du ind i et stærkt fagligt miljø, hvor du får mulighed for at afprøve dine teoretiske evner. Vi tilbyder et meningsfyldt arbejde og energiske og idérige fagfolk som kollegaer. Er du klar til at gøre en forskel? Måske er det dig, som vi er på udkig efter?

TJEK LEDIGE STILLINGER PÅ EKJ.DK/JOB ELLER SEND EN UOPFORDRET ANSØGNING TIL HR@EKJ.DK

INFORMATION Phone 33111414

E-mail

info@ekj.dk


ENERGINET

Energinet.dk

Vær med til at skabe energi til tiden - og til fremtiden Din vækst er vores vækst

Du er sikker på kompleksitet

Brænder du for tekniske, økonomiske eller it-mæssige udfordringer, og motiverer det dig at lære nyt og udvikle dig hver dag? Så er Energinet et godt bud på din nye arbejdsplads.

Som medarbejder hos Energinet samarbejder du nationalt og internationalt om store, komplekse og banebrydende projekter, der skaber sikker og økonomisk effektiv energi til samfundet.

Energinet skal sikre forsyning af el og gas i Danmark samtidig med, at den grønne omstilling sker økonomisk og effektivt. Det er en udfordring, som vi kun kan løfte sammen med dygtige og ambitiøse medarbejdere. Medarbejdere, som kan forene deres faglige baggrund med en god forståelse for det samlede energisystem og evnen til at skabe stærke relationer med kolleger, borgere, leverandører, markedsaktører, politikere og andre samarbejdspartnere i Danmark og udlandet.

Uanset om du arbejder som ingeniør, økonom eller it-specialist, har du gode muligheder for at udvikle dine faglige og personlige kompetencer. Energiområdet ændrer sig hurtigt, og vi møder hele tiden nye udfordringer, som kræver nye løsninger. Det stiller krav til dig som medarbejder, og det er med til at udvikle dig.

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Vil du skabe energi til tiden - og til fremtiden? Hos Energinet er du med til at løse en vigtig samfundsmæssig opgave til gavn for alle borgere i Danmark. Vær med til at sikre, at der altid er strøm i stikkontakten og gas i hanen – både klokken 20.50 i aften og i år 2050. Og glæd dig til en hverdag i en samarbejdende, åben og løsningsorienteret virksomhed, hvor vores værdier mod og tillid er pejlemærker for vores adfærd internt og eksternt.  

1.600 450

Total Engineers

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering

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BYGGE HØJSPÆNDINGSFORBINDELSER TIL UDLANDET

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

– så danskerne har strøm i stikkontakten både kl. 20.50 og i 2050

INFORMATION Tonne Kjærsvej 65 7000 Fredericia

Phone

Viking Link skal forbinde Danmark og Storbritannien 650 KM SØKABEL

1,4 MIO. HUSSTANDE

Viking Link er en 740 km lang jævnstrømsforbindelse (HVDC) med ca. 650 km søkabel og to konverterstationer.

Forbindelsen er på 1400 MW og kan transportere elektricitet til 1,4 mio. husstande. Vi forventer, at forbindelsen går i drift i 2023.

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E-mail Læs mere om vores komplekse projekter og dine karrieremuligheder på www.energijob.dk

hr@energinet.dk

Contact

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FORCE TECHNOLOGY

www.forcetechnology.com

Her er der plads til alle FORCE Technology arbejder som Godkendt Teknologisk Servicevirksomhed for mange brancher og sektorer, og vi har derfor brug for – og god plads til – mange forskellige ingeniørretninger.

Vi løser opgaver for virksomheder indenfor bl.a. energi & miljø, olie & gas, medicinalindustrien, den maritime industri, fødevarebranchen, elektronikindustrien og den offentlige sektor.

Teknologier omsættes til praktiske løsninger

Som ingeniør hos os kan du fx komme til at arbejde med: • •

• • • • •

Livscyklusanalyser af produkter og ydelser. Udvikling af automatiserede ultralydskannere til kontrol af fx vindmøllevinger og -tårne. Analyser af korrosion. Test og prøvning af elektronik og mekanik. Støj-, luft- og lugtmålinger. Analyser af forskellige materialer, fx polymer, beton og metaller. CFD-beregninger af fx vindforhold omkring bygninger eller partiklers bevægelse gennem et forbrændingsanlæg.

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Udvikling af røntgenskannere til kvalitetskontrol af fx fjernvarmerør eller offshore fleksible rør. Udvikling af mikroelektronik og sensorsystemer.

Brede udviklingsmuligheder Du kan få lov til at fordybe dig i specialiseret forskning og udvikling eller generel projektledelse både på internationalt og nationalt niveau. Vi arbejder med alle typer kunder fra nogle af de største koncerner til de nyeste opstartsvirksomheder fra deres første idé.

Gennem tiden har vi bl.a. udviklet: •

• • •

Hospitalsrobotter til transport af bl.a. blodprøver, affald og mad på hospitaler. En dansk kompetenceplatform for open source-software til computerbaserede strømningsberegninger (CFD). En virtuel udgave af den nye Femernbro med udvidede sejlrender. Næste generation af flydende offshore vindmøller. Maritimt software til træning i bekæmpelse af smuglere og pirater.

Vi indgår i projekter med et stort indhold af specialiseret viden, lige fra den tidlige idéfase til aflevering af det nøglefærdige projekt. Vi lægger vægt på at skabe uformelle og lydhøre rammer for idégenerering og -afprøvning. Hos os kan du sætte din viden og kreativitet i spil i et tværfagligt miljø, hvor nytænkning er en væsentlig værdi.

Er du studerende? Har du en god idé til et speciale, et projekt, en case eller ligefrem en ph.d.? Så er du meget velkommen til at kontakte os.

Vi glæder os til at omsætte mere viden og flere innovative teknologier til praktiske løsninger for vores kunder – sammen med dig.

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Innovation starter med dig!

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

forcetechnology.com

INFORMATION FORCE Technology Hovedkontor Park Allé 345 2605 Brøndby

Phone

+45 43 25 00 00

Ønsker du dig en hverdag fuld af dygtige og dedikerede kollegaer? Brænder du for at komme i gang med at omsætte al din viden til nye teknologier og løsninger til gavn for vores kunder? Så bør du overveje en karriere hos FORCE Technology.

E-mail

info@force.dk

Contact

dkhr@force.dk


FORSVARET

karriere.forsvaret.dk

Gearet til fremtiden Gør en forskel for dig selv og for andre Som ingeniør i Forsvaret bidrager du i sidste ende til at sikre Danmark plads i verden, vores tryghed, frihed og fremtid. Det er fint, hvis du er endnu mere optaget af detaljerne i den kontrakt, den flyvinge eller den linje kode, du arbejder med - i Forsvaret er medarbejderne nemlig drevet af både mening og specialiseret materialisme. Kerneopgaven er, at sørge for at soldaterne og beredskabsfolk har det bedst mulige materiel til rådighed, når deres opgave bliver alvor til lands, til vands og i luften. Og det er hvad enten det er kampvogne, fly, skibe, radarsystemer, våben, ammunition, IT-systemer, kommunikation eller lignende. Nu og i fremtiden.

Mange muligheder Som ingeniør i Forsvaret er der mulighed for at blive teknisk rådgiver, som med sin tekniske specialviden vurderer, udfordrer og optimerer det materiel, som Forsvaret skal indkøbe og allerede har indkøbt. En af de vigtige opgaver vil derfor være at være på forkant med udviklingen inden for sit

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fagområde. Ingeniøren skal samtidig have en forståelse for, hvad det er for nogle krav, materiellet skal leve op til, og hvordan det anvendes i Forsvaret.

personaleudvikling, koordinering og delegering af de faglige opgaver. Chefniveauet har dog typisk fortsat det overordnede ansvar for systemerne.

Mange ingeniører bliver projektledere på projekter af forskellige størrelser lige fra mindre udviklingsprojekter til større indkøbsprojekter. Ved sådanne opgaver vil der være tæt samarbejde med den øvrige del af organisationen fx indkøbsdivisionen, juridisk afdeling, økonomidivisionen og lignende.

Bliv officer

Faglig udvikling

Off icersuddannelsen udbydes i de tre værn; Hæren, Flyvevåbnet og Søværnet.

Netop fordi der er mange ingeniører ansat inden for et væld af forskellige fagområder, er der også rigtig mange muligheder for den enkelte ingeniør – man kan fx specialisere sig eller prøve kræfter med flere forskellige fagområder. Det er derfor også meget almindeligt at en ingeniør, som en del af en faglig udvikling, skifter stilling internt i Forsvaret.

Off icersuddannelsen er også en mulighed for dig, der er ingeniør. Som off icer bliver du uddannet i at lede mennesker i alle slags situationer. Du vil opleve en hands-on blanding mellem teori og praksis med et solit fokus på at gøre dig til en stærk, vellidt og eftertragtet leder.

Det kræver en bacheloruddannelse at søge ind på off icersuddannelserne i Forsvaret.  

Som ingeniør er der også mulighed for at avancere til chefniveauet. Her vil man komme længere væk fra det konkrete fagtekniske arbejde for i højere grad at bruge tid på personaleledelse,

Total 20.000 350 Engineers

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FAGLIGE UDFORDRINGER I ET SÆRLIGT MILJØ

FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

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Vil du være leder i virkeligheden? Som bachelor kan du søge optagelse på officersuddannelsen. Har du en drøm om at bruge din ingeniør­ uddannelse til at blive leder? Så kan du skyde genvej med en af landets mest anerkendte lederuddannelser. På officersuddannelsen lærer du bl.a. at lede i teori og praksis, at motivere andre og træffe beslutninger under pres. Læs mere på Blivofficer.dk

Vidste du, at Forsvaret er en stor arbejdsplads for ingeniører?

Internship

Velkommen til et spændende arbejdsmiljø med mange faggrupper.

Master thesis

Du behøver hverken have uniform eller rang for at gøre karriere i Forsvaret. Hvis du vil arbejde med dit fag i et helt særligt miljø, har du gode muligheder som ingeniør i Forsvaret. Du kan fx arbejde i en af de mange tekniske jobfunktioner, der støtter vores militære enheder med at løfte missioner herhjemme og i udlandet.

Ph.D

Læs mere på forsvaret.dk/job

Student job Work abroad

Graduate programme School project

INFORMATION

Forsvarsministeriets Personalestyrelse Lautruphøj 8 2750 Ballerup

Phone 72819000

E-mail fps@mil.dk


FUJIFILM DIOSYNTH BIOTECHNOLOGIES

www.fujifilmdiosynth.com

Advancing tomorrow’s medicines A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY...

... to make a difference FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies is an industry-leading biologics Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) with locations in Teesside, UK, RTP, North Carolina, College Station, Texas and Hillerod, Denmark. FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies has over thirty years ofexperience in the development and manufacturing of recombinant proteins, vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, among other large molecules, viral products and medical countermeasures expressed in a wide array of microbial, mammalian, and host/virus systems. Delivering recombinant proteins, viral vaccines and gene therapies to patients requires commitment and partnership. We have become a trusted partner to some of the most prominent biotech developers and pharmaceutical companies in the industry where we are currently licensed for the commercial manufacture of 14 approved products.

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...to manufacture advanced biologics at large scale in Hillerød Our newly acquired manufacturing site in Hillerød, Denmark, brings together a complete range of expertise, capabilities and technologies to manufacture advanced biologics. Our large scale manufacturing facility has a capacity of 120,000 liters to reliably manufacture biologics for late phase and commercial use. The facility for medical device assembly, labeling and packaging manufactures advanced delivery systems and ensures required labeling and secure packaging of the therapies for patients worldwide. The site also houses quality control laboratories, warehouses, and a number of organizations, supporting the manufacturing activities: process science, supply chain management, engineering and quality assurance.

... to grow your career Our people are what make FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies standout. We recruit talented and passionate people, each playing a vital role in our success.

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At FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies, you will gain hands-on experience in an industry-leading biologics contract development and manufacturing organization. You will work with highly-skilled and experienced professionals of different nationalities and backgrounds, engaging in challenging work by delivering solutions for the biopharmaceutical industry. We aim to foster a collaborative, innovative, diverse and rewarding environment, where it is possible to develop and learn. We pursue our fullest potential as individual contributors and team members. As part of our team, every one is a valuable contributor in the advancement of tomorrow’s medicine. We take pride in enriching our communities, caring for our environment, and cultivating a world of opportunity for future generations.

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis

Join us to make a difference

Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies Biogen Alle 1 3400 Hillerød

Phone +45 7741 6000

E-mail fdbdrecruitment@fujifilm.com

Contact E-mail


GEA

www.gea.com

Influence your own journey A career in process technology? As a newly educated candidate at GEA, you’ll have lots of possibilities of influencing your career path and  professional journey.  Internal mobility is key and, whether you’d define yourself as a specialist or a  generalist, you’ll benefit from this at GEA. 

GEA might be the place for your future development. We develop and maintain machines ranging from the size of a shoebox up to the size of an eight-storey building. We continuously aspire to create optimal solutions. By focusing on providing our customers with state-of-the-art solutions, we’re aiming to be market and technology leaders in our business areas.

As an Employer We believe in creating an attractive workplace with room for development and new ideas, and we can offer a working environment with international teams and a constructive and positive atmosphere.

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Moreover, we offer internal courses, which allow participants to develop international contacts and grow global networks.

Room for development “At GEA, you have a real opportunity for learning and growth, both professionally and personally – if you take responsibility at an early stage in your career.”  Project Engineer, Maike Fischer. Learn more about what we do and what it’s like to work for us at www.gea.com/ en/careers  

Opportunities and challenges As we offer new candidates exciting and challenging opportunities, we expect something in return – because with great opportunity comes great responsibility. If you’re open for great opportunities and the responsibility that comes with them, we promise to provide you with a dedicated colleague or team for technical and practical support when you start.

Total Engineers

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

Ready to shape the future? Worldwide? at GEA?

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme

Have you always wanted a job with tasks and

We value knowledge and expertise in the fields of

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responsibilities that have a direct impact on

automation, chemistry, food and mechanics.

Ph.D

changing our everyday life for the better?

Newly graduated engineers possess high-value

Then here’s your chance. GEA has a lot of

knowledge in these areas and, therefore, hold

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opportunities to offer candidates driven by the

qualities of great relevance and importance to

desire to make a difference professionally.

GEA.

GEA Process Engineering A/S Gladsaxevej 305 2860 Søborg

We’re continuously looking for motivated people

Think you could be the right candidate? Then

who are eager to work in a company with focus

join us on our adventure.

on technology and innovation.

Telefon +45 3954 5454

E-mail Kontaktmedie

www.gea.com/en/careers


GN GROUP

www.gn.com

Do you want to make an impact on people’s lives? Join GN and be part of Making Life Sound Better. 700 strong researchers and developers who over the past decade have brought GN to the absolute technological forefront of our industry.  

Innovations in sound

GN is everywhere GN is a global company with more than 6,000 employees worldwide that produces high-tech hearing aids and headsets for calls, music and sports – as well as speakerphones and a range of off ice solutions. Our focal point is sound. We specialize in consumer, professional and medical-grade solutions with the ambition of being the leader in intelligent audio and integrated digital video solutions. Our largest brands are ReSound and Jabra – both are distributed worldwide.

A career with GN Would you like to be part of an industry leading engineering department? We need talented engineers across all engineering disciplines to join our team of

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Software, audio and acoustics are at the heart of what we do. At GN Audio, we have created the world’s first active-noise-cancelling microphone, the world’s first Bluetooth® headset and the world’s first wireless sports headphones with integrated heart-rate monitor - just to name a few. At GN Hearing our world’s first legacy include: 2.4 GHz technology in hearing aids for direct connectivity, Binaural Directionality for leading natural sound, the world’s first Made for iPhone hearing aid with direct stereo sound streaming and the world’s first cloud-based remote fine-tuning solution.

Engineering Graduate Program As a GN Global Graduate, we offer you a two-year program where you will get hands-on experience by working in three different departments, including 8 months abroad. With subsidiaries across the globe, we will find you a role abroad that matches our business needs

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as well as your skills and interests. Throughout the program, you will be supported by excellent leaders, program sponsors and a mentor, and you will get a great network of fellow Engineering, IT, Finance and Marketing Graduates with a focus on developing cross-functional relations. As an Engineering Graduate, you will rotate through related departments across GN Audio and GN Hearing to gain a well-rounded skillset within your area of interest. Depending on your education and skills, you will work in different departments across R&D – e.g. in innovative research projects or projects in the product development pipeline. During the program, you will get access to world-class development tools, R&D laboratories and test facilities. Visit https://www.gn.com/Careers/Graduate-Program to learn more about the GN Graduate Program and meet some of our current and former Graduates. Application deadline is April 13, 2020 and start-date will be in September 2020.

Total Engineers

6,000 700


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design

Make your mark as engineer in GN

Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION GN Group Lautrupbjerg 7, 2750 Ballerup

Phone +45 4575 0000

E-mail recruitment@gn.com

Contact

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HALDOR TOPSØE A/S

www.topsoe.com

Are you passionate about science and technology and eager to apply your knowledge? Working as an everyday hero

Realizing your full potential

We face global challenges that need to be solved now, from the control of atmospheric pollution to the production of renewable energy. We help our customers transform their businesses to use significantly less energy and reduce their environmental footprint.

We develop and produce catalysts and design plants and equipment for the world’s chemical and energy industries. Research and development is the key to unlocking scientific challenges. You can bring us cutting-edge knowledge and insight, while we will do our outmost to train and inspire you.

The world is your playground We are looking for extraordinary individuals who believe in a better world. Use your skills to take innovation from the lab to the real world.

Joining Topsoe gives you the possibility to travel countries, explore cultures, and apply your expertise in a variety of engineering roles. Whether you want to work with nanoscale materials science or large-scale industrial plants, the world is your playground.

Chemistry, physics, mechanical engineering, surface and material science are all specific fields of interest to us. We encourage everyone with a passion for science, high-level technology skills, and a wish to inspire a brighter future, to apply.

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations

Topsoe careers

Global challenges solved by you

Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology

At Topsoe, we encourage the engineers of tomorrow to not only develop next generation products, but also solve global challenges. Working in areas from atmospheric pollution to renewable energy production, we help our customers get more out of their raw materials while at the same time using less energy – we call this optimal performance. With multiple opportunities to work in different industries and regions of the world within one company, there are no limits to where your abilities could take you. See our available vacancies at www.topsoe.com

Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION

Haldor Topsøe A/S Haldor Topsøes Allé 1 2800 Kgs. Lyngby Denmark

Phone +45 4527 2000

Contact topsoe.com

LinkedIn / Facebook / Instagram / Twitter


HOFOR A/S

www.hofor.dk/job

Vi skal også bo i byerne om 100 år Hvordan indretter vi vores byer, så de er klar til et ændret klima? Hvordan får vi mere vedvarende energi ind i vores energisystemer? Hvordan gør vi København til verdens første CO2-neutrale hovedstad? Og hvordan passer vi bedst på grundvandet, så de næste generationer også kan få rent vand i hanerne? Disse store udfordringer, og mange flere, kan du være med til at finde løsninger på med et job hos HOFOR. I HOFOR bliver du en del af Danmarks største multiforsyningsselskab, og vil være med til at realisere vores fælles vision: Vi vil skabe bæredygtige byer baseret på klima- og miljørigtige forsyningsløsninger.

Det kræver innovation, teknologi og viden i verdensklasse Hovedstadsområdet står overfor store forandringer. Befolkningstallet vokser, klimaet ændrer sig og regnen falder i større mængder. Vi skal ruste os til disse udfordringer, så også fremtidige

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generationer kan slippe af med regn- og spildevand på en bæredygtig måde, få varme i stuerne, gas i komfuret og rent drikkevand i hanerne. Det kræver holdbare og bæredygtige løsninger – både over jorden, nede i rørene og på tværs af kommunegrænserne. Skal det lykkes, kræver det innovation, teknologi og stor faglig viden. Med et job i HOFOR er du med til at gøre en forskel, både for miljøet og for mere end en million mennesker i hovedstadsområdet. Til at løfte de mange varierede opgaver er vi ca. 1.300 medarbejdere, hvoraf omkring 250 er ingeniører. Vi har mange forskellige baggrunde, men fælles for os alle er, at vi arbejder målrettet på at nå vores fælles ambitiøse grønne mål, og er stolte af at gøre en forskel.

Vi prioriterer kompetenceudvikling højt, og du får løbende mulighed for at tilegne dig nye færdigheder. Da HOFOR er en stor virksomhed, har du også mulighed for at udvikle dig fagligt og evt. skifte job internt i løbet af din karriere.

Vil du være med? Vil du også være med til at skabe bæredygtige byer? Så følg os på LinkedIn og opret en JobAgent på www.hofor.dk/om-hofor/ job/. Her kan du følge med i vores spændende projekter og få besked om nye stillinger (inkl. studiejob, praktik og erhvervs-ph.d.).

Fokus på din faglige udvikling I HOFOR har vi fokus på både arbejdsmiljø og medarbejderudvikling. Vi har konkrete mål at opnå, og samtidig skal det være muligt at have en sund balance mellem arbejde og fritid.

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“Mit ingeniørarbejde under asfalten er lidt svært at vise frem. Men det gør mig ikke mindre stolt, for det har stor betydning for byen og alle, der bor der.”

FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano

Maibrit Gjørup Civilingeniør og byggeleder i HOFOR. Maibrit er med til at skifte tusindvis af fjernvarmerør i København, fordi fjernvarmen omlægges fra damp til vand. Et arbejde, der er med til at gøre København til verdens første CO2 -neutrale hovedstad.

Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Ørestads Boulevard 35 2300 København S.

VIL DU OGSÅ SKABE BÆREDYGTIGE BYER? MØD OS PÅ HOFOR.DK

Phone 33953395

E-mail rekruttering@hofor.dk

Contact

www.hofor.dk/job


HOTTINGER, BRÜEL & KJÆR

hbkworld.com

Join a global powerhouse HBM Test and Measurement and Brüel & Kjær Sound & Vibration Measurement A/S have joined forces as HBK - Hottinger, Brüel & Kjær. The merger has created the world’s foremost provider of precision measurement, processing and control solutions. Today, as one company, HBK provides a complete portfolio of offerings that unite the physical world of sensors, testing and measurement with the digital world of simulation, modeling software and analysis. By creating a scalable and open data acquisition hardware, software and simulation ecosystem, product developers can cut time-to-market, drive innovation, and take the lead in a highly competitive global marketplace. HBK employs +3,000 employees across 50 countries worldwide and more than 300 work with Research & Development.

Why are sound and vibration important?

rip themselves apart. When Formula 1 cars and rockets take off, the engines and frames must withstand enormous g-forces. And while planes, trains, automobiles, laptops and smartphones don’t undergo the same stresses as low-earth orbit delivery systems, they do need to withstand vibration from various sources while meeting sound requirements for both noise level and sound quality. These factors must be considered from design through the product end of life.

Who uses our products and equipment? We collaborate with aerospace giants such as ESA and Boeing, and we’ve helped ensure that NASA’s Mars rovers survived the journey, from lift-off to touchdown. We have helped virtually every automotive manufacturer and sub-supplier – including Ford, Ferrari and Harley-Davidson – with a wide range of automotive sound and vibration challenges.

Every man-made structure is susceptible to sound or vibration. When exposed to geological, low-frequency vibration, buildings and bridges will resonate, and without proper precautions, they will

A career with us

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No matter whether you hold a degree within mechanical, electrical, physics, acoustics, software or another technical degree, we offer you the opportunity to

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join a working culture with room for applying your theoretical knowledge into actual solutions. Mechanical engineers and physicists simulate, design and realize accelerometers used in high-G scenarios and harsh environments, and acoustic engineers design microphone cartridges and ear and mouth simulators. For these accelerometers and microphones, electrical engineers design low-noise, high-impedance preamplifiers using both discrete and integrated circuitry. Hardware and software engineers design and develop our acquisition systems, using skill sets ranging from ADC to DSP to GUI.

I haven’t graduated yet… At HBK we foster future talent by offering a variety of exciting opportunities where on-the-job training is in focus. Whether you are joining HBK for a student job, smaller semester projects or possibly internships culminating in graduate projects, we guarantee a steep learning curve, continuous support and the possibility to develop your competencies. Please visit www.hbkworld.com for all vacancies.

Total Engineers

3,000 650


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis

We need engineers of all kinds, and we offer projects at all levels Digital signal processing, Mechanical engineering, Acoustical engineering, Hybrid electronics, Intuitive software development, Intergrated circurity, and so much more... hbkworld.com

Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Brüel & Kjær Skodsborgvej 307 DK-2850 Nærum

Phone +45 77 41 20 00

E-mail student.dk@hbkworld.com

Contact

www.linkedin.com/company/ hbkworld/ www.linkedin.com/company/ bruel-&-kjaer-sound-&-vibration-measurement-a-s/


JENSEN DENMARK A/S

www.jensen-group.com

JENSEN Denmark A/S JENSEN Denmark A/S - the Danish part of the JENSEN-GROUP JENSEN-GROUP assists heavy-duty laundries worldwide to provide quality textile services economically. Through technical excellence, strong investment in product development and specialized industry knowledge, the JENSEN-GROUP is able to plan, develop, manufacture, install and service and maintain everything from single machines and processing lines to complete turn-key solutions.  Our partners include textile rental suppliers, industrial laundries,  central laundries as well as hospital and hotel on-premise laundries. We have become the preferred supplier in the laundry industry by leveraging our broad laundry expertise to design and supply sustainable single machines, systems and integrated solutions. We are continuously growing by extending our offer and by developing environmental friendly and innovative products and services that address specific customer needs. Our success results from combining global skills with local presence. 

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The JENSEN-GROUP is organized in worldwide Business Regions where we develop, manufacture and deliver a full, innovative and competitive range of JENSEN products to our customers through our worldwide network of strategically located sales off ices and authorized local distributors.

Test your skills in an entrepreneurial, small - but truly global company.

Obtain practical experience very early in your career, as well as responsibility and visual results of your work, which creates value for others.

Explore the direction of your career - with Sales, Project, Design, Construction, Software, Automation or Service.

Develop your opportunities for international assignments.

JENSEN Denmark A/S JENSEN Denmark A/S develops, manufactures sells and services single machines and systems within finishing technology that industrial laundries worldwide use to iron, fold and stack textile products. e.g. bed and table linen and also garments e.g. uniforms. 93 % of our production is exported to countries all over the world. We wish to maintain our leading position on the market and are seeking new employees to strengthen our development activities. 

Please visit our website www.jensen-group.com for more information about our company and oportunities for jobs and internships. Please also visit the youtube channel jensengroupcom.

If you want to be part of a team that develops, manufactures, sells and services the best laundry machines and systems, we are the right company for you. Especially if you have a degree in Engineering and you wish to:

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Industrivej 2 3700 Rønne

Phone 56 94 31 00

E-mail info-dk@jensen-group.com

Contact

LinkedIn:Â https://www.linkedin.com/ company/jensen-danmark/ about/ www.jensen-group.com


KAMSTRUP A/S

www.kamstrup.com/da-dk

Do you want to create a brighter water and energy future? A technology-based company Kamstrup is one of the world’s leading suppliers of intelligent energy and water metering solutions. Through superior technology and innovation, we deliver sustainable solutions to manage and measure the world’s consumption of energy and water. Our 350 engineers design and implement all aspects of our products which includes print layout, RF technology, data communication protocols, electronics design, low- and high-level software design, hardware design, mechanical engineering, databases as well as web- and mobile-application development. The headquarter, R&D and production facilities are located in Stilling near Aarhus. Moreover, we have off ices in more than +20 countries around the world and deliver and support solutions in more than 60 countries.

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Inspired by better At Kamstrup, we never settle for the second best. We are looking for curious, inquisitive and talented people, who always strive to find the best solutions. Those driven by an ethic of improvement and an appetite for being the best they can be. Why? Because people like this have been the force of our business for more than 70 years. In this way, we empower our employees to inspire, lead and deliver.  

Want to build an extraordinary career? At Kamstrup, you become part of a dynamic and innovative environment where personal and professional development go hand in hand. We are constantly looking for talented employees, who can challenge our existing processes. Kamstrup offers full-time jobs, internships, student jobs and project collaborations to talented students with high ambitions. We value the great number of competent students and graduates we already employ, and we are looking forward to cooperating with even more.

We welcome you at Kamstrup!

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1,200 350

Total Engineers

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

“I appreciate working with committed colleagues, who shares the passion for making quality solutions – while having fun doing so” Mathias Rønholt Kielgast, Wireless Solution Architect

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION

Industrivej 28 Stilling, 8660 Skanderborg Denmark

Phone

89931000

Follow us on

E-mail

info@kamstrup.com

Contact

E-mail: Info@kamstrup.com Facebook: facebook.com/kamstrupgroup LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/ kamstrup


KPMG

kpmg.dk

Tech consulting at KPMG

Infused by technology At KPMG, we are digital pioneers. Our teams are all infused by technology and have innovation as part of their DNA. Working at KPMG means that you will part of a team that is constantly pushing boundaries to deliver high-quality services based on in-depth understanding of data and the impact that it can make on the clients’ business.

We are pioneers at heart KPMG’s extraordinary growth since our new beginning in 2014 clearly illustrates our courage to lead. In five years, we went from a few people to more than 700 employees only through organic growth. We are pioneers at heart, and we know that we can make a positive impact on both clients and society by having the courage to be different and exploring new territories, working shoulder to shoulder with our clients.

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We believe in more impact and less hierarchy by providing room and space for your professional and personal growth – your ambitions and dreams. We acknowledge your solid results, your courage to voice your opinion and your dedication to take an active part in developing both KPMG and our clients’ business.

NewPractice We do not just power old habits and processes - we invent new ones by turning traditional business areas upside-down. We lead the technological development, not just follow the trend. When you work at KPMG you will experience this innovative spirit while working on some of the most data driven projects within the industry. NewPractice means stepping to the age of AI, where we must advance from current processes that are driven by people, supported by AI, to processes driven by AI, supported by people.

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KPMG Graduate Programme Our 1-year graduate programme gives you the skills and expertise to start your career and thrive in a challenging and global environment. The programme starts with a trip abroad, where you will meet the other graduates and learn the basics to kick-start your career. The programme is designed to accelerate your learning and development and consists of structured training and client projects. You will also be assigned a Performance Manager to help guide you and set you on the right course. We are always on the lookout for engineers interested in a career in consulting. The programme is open to graduates from all universities and business schools. Visit www.kpmg.dk to learn more about KPMG and follow our KPMG Trusted Talents on Facebook and Instagram to get a behind-the-scenes peek into life as a graduate.

Total 200,000+ – Engineers


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION KPMG P/S Dampfærgevej 28 2100 Copenhagen Ø

Contact kpmgcareer.dk LinkedIn: kpmg-denmark Facebook: KPMGTrustedTalents Instagram: @kpmgtrustedtalets


LINAK A/S

www.linak.com

Er du på udkig efter et job, der giver mening? Hos LINAK arbejder vi hver dag for at forbedre menneskers livskvalitet og arbejdsmiljø. Du kan glæde dig til at blive et fuldgyldigt medlem af LINAK-familien og blive involveret i projekter og betroet vigtige forretningsmæssige opgaver. Du vil deltage i stærke arbejdsfællesskaber med gode kollegaer i en ofte travl og udfordrende hverdag, hvor en flad organisationsstruktur, uformel omgangstone og positiv attitude skaber det gode klima. Som medarbejder hos LINAK A/S bliver du også en del af vores personaleforening, som planlægger forskellige arrangementer i løbet af året, samt et mere uformelt LINAK A/S socialt netværk, hvor man fx mødes til en fyraftensøl eller til grill. På LINAK A/S betyder teamwork nemlig alt!

Arbejdsområder Hos LINAK A/S har vi ingeniører med forskellige baggrunde i mange forskellige afdelinger. Vi søger blandt andet elektronik-, mekanik-, software- og

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produktionsingeniører til at hjælpe med udvikling af nye og eksisterende produkter samt vores produktion. Så hvad enten din passion er produktudvikling eller optimering af eksisterende produkter, produktion og kvalitet, så har du muligheden for at udleve drømmen og blive en del af holdet hos LINAK A/S. Vi ansætter både erfarne og nyuddannede samt praktikanter og graduates. Uanset hvilken uddannelse eller erfaring du kommer med, vil du få tildelt spændende opgaver, der har stor betydning for LINAK A/S, og hvor du vil få en indflydelsesrig rolle i forretningsmæssige vigtige projekter.

Faglig og Personlig Udvikling For at du får den bedst mulige opstart hos LINAK A/S, har den enkelte leder sammensat et introduktionsprogram til dig. For at sikre din faglige og personlige udvikling som nyansat ved LINAK, vil du opleve den nødvendige support og opbakning fra din leder/mentor og dine kompetente kollegaer.

Fordele hos LINAK A/S

udvalg af mad til fordelagtige priser. Herunder kan du vælge mellem varme retter, salatbar, rugbrød, sandwich, smørrebrød osv. Derudover har vi også et træningscenter, som er til fri afbenyttelse for medarbejdere. Som praktikant hos LINAK bliver du ansat på lige fod med vores øvrige medarbejdere, og du vil få hands-on erfaring med praktiske ingeniøropgaver. Vi tilbyder løn i hele praktikperioden, og kommer du langvejs fra, stiller vi et kollegieværelse til rådighed til dig uden beregning. Sammen med vores andre 12-15 praktikanter, inviteres du til et introevent.

Geografi LINAK A/S hovedkvarter er placeret i Guderup, ca. 15 km uden for Sønderborg, og der går busser fra Sønderborg 1-2 gange i timen. Derudover kommer mange medarbejdere fra Sønderborg, så det kan også være muligt at arrangere fælleskørsel eller du kan cykle sammen med de andre LINAKKERE.

Som ansat hos LINAK A/S, får du adgang til kantinen, som tilbyder et bredt

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION LINAK A/S SmedevĂŚnget 8, Guderup 6430 Nordborg

Phone 73151515

E-mail personale@linak.com

Contact

www.linak.com www.facebook.com/LINAK/ www.linkedin.com/company/ linak-asÂ


MJØLNER INFORMATICS A/S

www.mjolner.dk

Hos os bliver udfordringer til forretningsskabende digitale løsninger Mjølner Informatics er et software og design hus i hjertet af Aarhus’ it-miljø. Med mere en 25 år på bagen ved vi, at fremgang ikke skabes af modeller og tabeller, men af mennesker med den rette faglighed og mod på at gøre en forskel.

Forskellige opgaver og teknologier Ved du, hvad du vil lave resten af dit liv? Nej vel… Vi er ikke et produkthus, men et projekthus. Derfor ligner de færreste arbejdsdage hinanden. Vores kunder kommer fra forskellige brancher og har forskellige udfordringer. Derfor bruger vi en række forskellige tilgange og teknologier når vi forandrer deres udfordringer til forretningsskabende it-løsninger.

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Skarpe hjerner, der (også) udvikler hinanden ”For at udfordre og udvikle sig selv er det vigtigt at omgive sig med dygtige kollegaer – derfor valgte jeg Mjølner”. Sådan siger Chris Piechotta, der startede hos Mjølner efter at have afsluttet sin civilingeniør i teknisk it. Vi prioriterer vores faglighed og vidensdeling. Med faglige fællesskaber og studiegrupper har vi sat vores udvikling af hinanden og organisationen på dagsordenen.

Hele mennesker, ikke profiler Mjølner Informatics er gentagne gange blevet kåret som en af Danmarks bedste it-arbejdspladser. Det er vi stolte af og vi ved, at glade medarbejdere skaber bedre resultater. Med en flad organisationsstruktur er der kortere fra idé til handling og i et erhverv, der drives af ideer skal der være rum til de hjerner, der kommer på dem. Derfor respekterer vi de hele mennesker, der driver Mjølner Informatics. Besøg www.mjolner.dk/careers og se vores ledige stillinger.

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering

SOFTWARE OG DESIGN

Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering

AT KO D E T I L M E N N E S K E R GØR KODE TIL FORRETNING

Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering

Det gør vi i projekter og som konsulenter

Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION

w w w. m j o l n e r. d k

 Phone 41953653

E-mail info@mjolner.dk

Contact www.mjolner.dk www.mjolner.com LinkedIn Facebook Instagram


MOE RÅDGIVENDE INGENIØRER

moe.dk

Dynamisk miljø – Spændende projekter

Et ambitiøst team MOE er med til at sætte nye standarder som en af de største rådgivende ingeniørvirksomheder i den danske bygge- og anlægsbranche. Det gælder alt fra udvikling af infrastruktur og miljørådgivning til en mere bæredygtig udnyttelse af ressourcer. Vi skaber innovative løsninger til bygninger i alle afskygninger og er med til at realisere de kreative og originale idéer, der sætter dansk arkitektur på verdenskortet – fx ikoniske projekter som Pandahuset i Zoo, Amager Bakke/Copenhill og træboligerne på Lisbjerg Bakke i Aarhus, der i 2018 blev kåret til Årets Byggeri.

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MOE blev i december 2019 en del af Artelia – en stor international spiller inden for ingeniørbranchen. Som medarbejder i MOE er man derfor en del af et ambitiøst, mangfoldigt og stadigt voksende fællesskab på næsten 6.000 medarbejdere i Danmark og resten af verden. Tilsammen udgør vi en multidisciplinær rådgivningsvirksomhed med kompetencer inden for Byggeri, Energi & Industri og Infrastruktur.

Stærkt fagligt og socialt miljø

Plads til initiativ

Vi mener det dybt seriøst, når vi siger, det skal være sjovt at gå på arbejde. Vi tror på et stærkt socialt sammenhold både i og uden for arbejdstiden. MOE støtter op om sociale aktiviteter, og dit initiativ er altid velkommen. Medarbejderne arrangerer og driver talrige aktiviteter fra sport og kultur til fester og familieudflugter.

MOE og Artelia er ejet af de ledende medarbejdere fra direktion til projektchefer, og det afspejler sig overalt i virksomheden. Vi tror på, at ejerskab og involvering skaber dedikerede og motiverede medarbejdere, der tager ansvar for projekter, kollegaer og kunder. Så selvom MOE har eksisteret i næsten 90 år, er vi fortsat præget af en nysgerrig iværksættermentalitet og stærk holdånd. Som nyansat ingeniør vil du opleve at få udfoldelsesplads, og med vores flade struktur og åbne kultur er beslutningsvejene korte og muligheden for indflydelse stor.

Total Engineers

830 674

Du definerer og styrker selv din egen karrierevej i MOE. Vi giver din udvikling et boost gennem vores interne uddannelsessystem MOE Akademi, der udbyder kurser inden for projektstyring, faglighed, ledelse og BIM. Mange af vores systemer er på dansk, men vi tilbyder specialansættelser for engelsksprogede, og som en del af Artelia har vi internationale udstationeringsmuligheder.

Fællesskabet og fagligheden dyrkes i nye rammer, når alle medarbejdere årligt inviteres med på skitur i foråret og studietur i efteråret. Studieturen har bl.a. gået til Barcelona, Istanbul og senest Paris.

Total Engineers

5.900 4.200


VI GØR DET VIRKELIGT

FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION MOE A/S Buddingevej 272 2860 Søborg

Phone Udsigten fra Amager Bakke

+45 4457 6000

E-mail info@moe.dk

Contact

MOE.DK

| BYGGERI | ENERGI & INDUSTRI | INFRASTRUKTUR

facebook.com/moe.as linkedin.com/company/moe/ @moeconsultingengineers


NCC DANMARK

www.ncc.dk

VÆR MED TIL AT SÆTTE AFTRYK PÅ DANMARK NCC er en Danmarks største bygge- og anlægsvirksomheder. Vi beskæftiger os med byggeri, renovering og anlægsopgaver, og vi har altid gang i store, spændende projekter, der sætter aftryk på Danmark.

kommer du til at arbejde på tværs af faggrænser, afdelinger og forretningsområder. Og du kommer til at gøre det på en måde, som tager hensyn til både mennesker og miljø.

BLIV EN DEL AF HOLDET

og du er involveret i den daglige administration. Med på holdet har du engagerede kolleger og ledere, der giver dig den støtte, du har brug for.

GODE KARRIEREMULIGHEDER Vi er en af Danmarks største entreprenør og anlægsvirksomheder. Derfor står vi for mange forskellige typer opgaver og projekter. Uanset om du brænder for at være en del af et udviklingsprojekt eller vil tage del i konkrete vej-, bygge- og anlægsopgaver, er der mange muligheder i NCC. Vi har mange positive erfaringer med praktikforløbene og derfor ansætter vi en del af vores praktikanter som studentermedhjælpere efter endt praktikophold.

Hos os bliver du en del af en virksomhed, der tør udfordre gængse normer og løsninger. Vi udvikler totalløsninger, hvor vi trækker på vores dygtige eksperter på tværs af mange fagdiscipliner. Ingeniører i NCC arbejder med alsidige, spændende og udfordrende opgaver inden for både byggeri og anlæg. Vi har brug for kolleger til mange forskellige typer opgaver fra projektstyring, ledelse og projektering over salg til 3D-modellering, tilbudsgivning, projektudvikling og rådgivning.

Hos os bliver du en del af et stærkt fællesskab. Vi arbejder i teams, og bidrager alle til at nå vores fælles mål. Uanset om du arbejder på kontoret eller ude på vores spændende projekter, vil du indgå som en vigtig del af et team og arbejde tæt sammen med både unge og mere erfarne kolleger, så du altid kan få den nødvendige sparring. Som ung medarbejder får du mulighed for at prøve din viden af i den virkelige verden og finde ud af, hvor i bygge- og anlægsbranchen du føler dig mest hjemme.

VI ER PÅ FORKANT

BLIV PRAKTIKANT HOS NCC

NCC satser stort på VDC (Virtual Design & Construction) og søger hele tiden efter nye muligheder og metoder inden for området. Vi er aktive medlemmer af organisationer som buildingSMART i alle de nordiske lande, og vi er brancheledende i forhold til at implementere forskning og udviklingsprojekter inden for digitale byggemetoder. Samtidig

Som praktikant hos NCC får du chancen for at tage ansvar og prøve kræfter med virkeligheden. I NCC står der ikke praktikant i panden på dig. Vi har tillid til dig, vi respekterer dig og vi lytter. Du styrer tidsplaner og holder øje med økonomien, du sikrer, at kvaliteten er i orden, du kommunikerer frem og tilbage med fagentreprenører og bygherren,

Language

Total Engineers

Total Engineers

1 132

2.400 400

Læs mere på ncc.dk eller følg os på LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter og Instagram.

17.800 3.500


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION NCC Danmark Tobaksvejen 2A 2860 Søborg

Phone 3910 3910

E-mail marbre@ncc.dk

Contact

www.ncc.dk Renoveringsprojekt Falkoner Centeret, Frederiksberg. Fotos: NXT


NIRAS A/S

www.niras.com

Embracing purpose-driven people With our wide range of expertise, NIRAS contributes to tackling some of the greatest challenges of society. Sustainable solutions – the foundation of the future At NIRAS, we focus on the future. Being a consultancy business, we not only understand our clients’ challenges, we also have the employees and the skills required to create state-of-theart projects.

You have probably already met NIRAS – without knowing it. Iconic buildings such as Dokk1 in Aarhus, the DR Concert Hall and the House of Music in Aalborg are projects that we have been involved in. And even the wind turbines that welcome you at Copenhagen Airport. You will also find our projects abroad: NIRAS participates in the construction of Norway’s InterCity line, the relocation of Carlsberg’s Holsten brewery in Hamburg, the construction of South Korea’s largest dairy plant and we are laying the foundation for offshore wind in Taiwan.

Language 1 134

Providing our clients with sustainable solutions makes a difference to us because we want to protect the world. Being a global player, we contribute to tackling major challenges and we make a point of ensuring that our counselling services support the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To this end, NIRAS has launched the SDG Capture and SDG Measure tools to help public and private organisations translate the SDGs into specific and sustainable solutions in any kind of project. We cover a wide field and are geared to onboard you With more than 2,400 employees at 51 off ices in 27 countries and projects in 108 countries, we cover a wide field both professionally and geo-

Total Engineers

1,780 950

graphically. At NIRAS, you will see that we embrace interdisciplinary collaboration and value professional expertise and good colleagues. At NIRAS, you will have room to unfold your potential and, we will give you exciting challenges and projects. We continuously invest in our employees and focus on their development because we believe that more talented colleagues and areas of expertise will make NIRAS an even more attractive company. We hire purpose-driven employees who value lifelong learning from exciting projects and dedicated colleagues. Whether you want to be a specialist, a manager or something entirely different, you can develop yourself at NIRAS Academy, our development platform for trainees, new employees, talents, project managers and managers. We also offer a wide range of opportunities for students who want to write their master’s or PhD thesis or are looking for a student job.  Read more at www.niras.com/youngminds

Total Engineers

2,400 1,400


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis

What’s your purpose? Our ambition is to employ purpose-driven people. Nanna is one of them. As a NIRAS SDG ambassador she helps the building sector connect UN’s sustainable development goals to projects and define quantitative initiatives by using one of NIRAS’ SDG tools: SDG Measure. Be inspired and meet more of our dedicated employees at www.niras.com/young-minds

Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Sortemosevej 19 3450 Allerød Denmark

Phone +4548104200

E-mail niras@niras.dk

Contact

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/niras Facebook:  facebook.com/niras-group


NNE

www.nne.com

Bring your technical knowledge to life in an industry that makes a difference Remember the brainy kid you sat next to in school? Well, he’s working for us now. And he’s made a living out of turning complex challenges into quality solutions. If you would like to do the same, you should consider joining NNE. You learn something new with each project When Jonas Dahl Pedersen graduated as a bachelor of electronics engineering, his interest wavered between hardware design and automation. He made up his mind, when he learned that NNE was looking for automation engineers. “I chose NNE because it is a company that specialises in pharma engineering. We design facilities and production equipment for big pharmaceutical companies. It is very satisfying to work on a solution and then visit the customer to see how your designs come to life in a huge factory that produces medicine. I like the idea that – in the end – we are helping people who need it,” Jonas says.

Language 1 136

Automating pharmaceutical processes NNE is a consultant to customers all over the world, and since Jonas was hired in April 2016, he has worked on several projects. Basically, his job is to figure out how to automate the pharmaceutical processes that is required to produce a given type of medicine. “But with each project, you get to visit different pharmaceutical companies and see different challenges, so I always learn something new that I carry with me to the next project,” he says.

Cross-functional teamwork During the design process, Jonas is in frequent dialogue with the customer as well as a project group of colleagues. They all have backgrounds different from his own – from chemists and scientists to chemical, mechanical and IT engineers. “The cross-functional teamwork is really great. With time, I have gained insight in several other fields, and it enables me to spar better with customers and colleagues. I have learned so much from it,” the 28-yearold engineer says and concludes:

Total Engineers

720 550

“When you join NNE as a newly qualified engineer, you get all the support you need. You get an experienced engineer as your mentor, and you can always come to him with questions. They do not expect you to know everything. I have always had room to grow and develop myself.”

About us We help pharmaceutical companies bring products to market by providing flexible, compliant and future-proof solutions. We have close to 1,000 professionals delivering knowledge and best practices, all dedicated to supporting our customers internationally and on local production sites. NNE is 100 % owned by Novo Nordisk and our customers include Novo Nordisk as well as many other pharmaceutical companies across the world. Through focused pharma engineering we enable our customers to deliver on demand.

Total Engineers

915 720


FIELDS OF STUDY

Want to do engineering with a meaning?

Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis

Bring your technical knowledge to life at NNE NNE specializes in pharma engineering. Our engineers work together to design, build and optimize facilities for pharmaceutical companies to help them deliver products to patients worldwide. We offer a project-driven work environment, where teamwork and problem solving are at our core.

We focus on competency development and offer day-to-day access to top-notch knowledge, so you can develop your capabilities and build your dream career. WANT TO KNOW MORE? Scan the QR code to learn more about working at NNE.

Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION

NNE Bredevej 2 2830 Virum

Phone +45 4444 7777

E-mail hrdenmark@nne.com

Contact

Web, E-mail or LinkedIn


NORDEA

www.nordea.com

Are you passionate about technology?

Nordea is the largest financial services group in the Nordic region and one of the biggest banks in Europe. We want to make a real difference for our customers and for the communities in which we operate.

Nordea Technology Nordea Technology is an organisation within Nordea that works to enable and support the business with a combination of in-house developed and 3rd party vendor applications. In Nordea Technology we are approx. 4,000 employees, which makes us one of the biggest tech companies in the Nordics.

Language 1 138

Why a bank?

Working environment

Most people think of Nordea as a bank. Take a closer look, and you will find one of the largest technology organizations in the Nordics – and a perfect start for you career. Zejun Wang who graduated in 2018 as a M.Sc. Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Management at DTU discovered that “Nordea Technology is a cool IT organization who are using all the popular cutting-edge technologies helping the financial company becoming better at serving customers”

Nordea consists of skilled international teams who work in motivating and agile environments, where everyone plays a role in building the best bank, that serves our customers’ changing needs through innovative solutions.

From student to young professional Zejun is currently enrolled in our Nordea Technology Graduate program were learning is the focus point “I have been in Nordea for almost 2 years and I have learned a lot. Especially how to understand the business requirements and delivering better solutions for instance within machine learning. Nordea got an insane amount of data and I have gained a lot of knowledge in using different big data and cloud solutions”

Zejun has also experienced this “You learn how to be a good team player and collaborate with people with different backgrounds. Nordea provides a flexible and fault-tolerant environment which makes Nordea a great place to work”

What are we looking for? At Nordea we make an effort to be innovative, share, ideas, create solutions and broaden our horizons. For this we constantly need new input and ideas from people interested in technology. Our working environment is tailored for people with expertise in tech, and who are willing to learn and evolve. If you want to enhance your skills, come be a part of our technological transformation and Nordea Technology.

Total Engineers

– 1,500

Total Engineers

29,000 4,000


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design

Technology

Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Danish Headquarter   Grønjordsvej 10, 2300 Copenhagen S

E-mail It.talent@nordea.com

Contact

www.linkedin.com/company/ nordea/


OTICON A/S

www.job.oticon.com

Oticon – a World leader in Hearing Healthcare Oticon is one of the largest companies in the hearing healthcare industry worldwide. Working with us, you will get a meaningful career where you help change the lives of millions of hearing impaired worldwide.

We are open-minded At Oticon, you will meet an organization of enthusiastic and open-minded people. It demands strong technical knowledge and professional competencies to develop, produce and market the best hearing aids in the world. However, it also takes dedicated people who have the freedom to innovate and who understand to develop their knowledge together with others. This is why we make room for innovation and skilled, enthusiastic employees who want to make a difference.

Language 15 140

We prioritize your development It is crucial for our business that we have only the best employees and specialists within areas such as software-, electrical-, and mechanical development. Thus, we continuously focus on the development of all people in the organization. It is your individual talents and expertise that define the tasks you can handle at Oticon and we focus on you as a whole person. We also offer you the opportunity to rotate internally in both Oticon and our sister companies within the Demant organization. 

Total Engineers

3,500 700

We welcome you in our state-of-theart development house Our headquarter just outside Copenhagen has been created to foster daily cross-disciplinary collaboration. The open environment is made for interaction between people and it encourages dialogue and mutual inspiration. We offer a wide range of clubs, training facilities and one of the finest canteens in Denmark. We are located close to public transportation and S-Trains.

Total Engineers

14,500 2,000


Join us in challenging cutting edge technology

FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning Big Data

INFORMATION Kongebakken 9 2765 Smørum Denmark

Phone +45 5117 6785

E-mail mith@demant.com

www.job.oticon.com

Contact

www.job.oticon.com www.facebook.com /OticonCareers/ www.linkedin.com/company /oticon-as/


PA CONSULTING

www.paconsulting.com/about-us/locations/denmark/

PA. Bringing Ingenuity to Life. Our world-class capabilities enable us to spot new opportunities and take our clients further, faster.

Agile We combine Agile techniques with deep industry knowledge and change management expertise to create enduring results.

PA. Bringing Ingenuity to life. We are an innovation and transformation consultancy, we believe in the power of ingenuity to build a positive human future in a technology-driven world. As strategies, technologies and innovation collide, we create opportunity from complexity.  Our diverse teams of experts combine innovative thinking and breakthrough technologies to progress further, faster. Our clients adapt and transform, and together we achieve enduring results.

AI and Automation We take a comprehensive approach that incudes technology, culture, people and strategy, so you can realise the full potential of AI and automation.

Business design We work with you to design your organisation for peak performance, now and for the long term.

We create the IT infrastructure and organisation you need to innovate and deliver your future business strategy

Operational excellence We transform operational performance for maximum competitive advantage.

Programme and portfolio management We shape and deliver your most challenging transformation programmes and achieve lasting value from change.

Join us today. Read more at paconsulting.com/careers/. Do you graduate in 2020? Remember to apply for our graduate program with start in September.  

Cyber and digital trust We help protect your organisation’s most important assets against cyber threats.

In Denmark, we are an established innovation and transformation programme advisor for the private and public sector. You can find our more than 150 specialists in Portland Towers in Copenhagen.

Data analytics and Business intelligence

Language

Total Engineers

1 142

IT

We extract value from data and identify opportunities to gain real benefit from evidence-based insights.

190 –

Total Engineers

2,800 –


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION

Ingenuity demands a different perspective, seeking inspiration in surprising places. At PA, we combine innovative thinking with breakthrough technology to create a positive human future in a technology-driven world.

Portland Towers, 7th Floor, Gรถteborg Plads 1 DK-2150 Nordhavn Copenhagen, Denmark

Phone +45 3925 5000

E-mail nordiccareers@paconsulting.com

Contact

www.paconsulting.com /contact/ www.linkedin.com/company /pa-consulting


PER AARSLEFF A/S

www.aarsleff.com

Vil du være med til at bygge fremtidens Danmark? Brænder du for at udføre bygge- og anlægsprojekter? Motiveres du af muligheden for at prøve dig selv af med egne ansvarsområder i projektgruppen? Som en af Danmarks førende entreprenørvirksomheder har vi i Aarsleff gjort det til vores speciale at planlægge og gennemføre store komplekse projekter inden for infrastruktur, klimatilpasning, miljø, energi og byggeri. Vi har desuden en markant international profil inden for pælefundering og opgravningsfri rørfornyelse.

Sæt dit præg på betydningsfulde projekter Vi fokuserer på at integrere koncernens specialkompetencer og dermed tilbyde en høj grad af egenproduktion. Vi kalder det One Company. Samtidig gør vi meget ud af at skabe et godt samarbejde på projekterne, hvor gennemsigtighed og informationsdeling imellem faggrupperne er centrale elementer. Vores mange specialkompetencer giver dig blandt andet mulighed for at være med til at præge nogle af fremtidens store og komplekse projekter.

Language 1 144

Total Engineers

5.000 800

At være en del af Aarsleff giver muligheder Vi beskæftiger os med mange forskellige opgaver inden for anlægsarbejde og byggeri, og vores rolle er forskellig fra projekt til projekt. Det giver dig derfor mulighed for at stifte bekendtskab med blandt andet tilbudsgivning, projektudvikling, projektledelse og 3D-modellering under din praktik.

Vi bringer din faglighed i spil – hver dag Som nyuddannet ingeniør eller som praktikant vil din hverdag typisk udfolde sig inden for projektledelse på byggepladsen eller som specialist inden for fx geoteknik, konstruktion eller VDC, men du har også mulighed for at arbejde med tilbud eller projektering. I alle tilfælde får du dine egne ansvarsområder, og du får desuden de bedste muligheder for at lære af erfarne og dygtige kolleger.

Lyder det som noget for dig? På www.aarsleff.com kan du altid se vores ledige stillinger og tilmelde dig vores jobagent. Derudover er du meget velkommen til at følge os på LinkedIn, hvor vi deler nyheder fra vores verden. Find os desuden på DSE-messen 2020.

Total Engineers

6.800 1.000


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Fascineres og udfordres du af komplekse byggerier?

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

En meningsfyldt hverdag med synlige resultater Lige nu er Aarsleff involveret i Danmarks største og mest spændende byggerier. På havnen i Aarhus opfører vi Danmarks højeste bygning, Lighthouse. I København anlægger vi letbane og på Bernstorffsgade udfører vi Danske Banks nye hovedsæde, som er en af landets største totalentrepriser. Uanset projektets størrelse så er kompleksitet med til drive os. Vi fascineres af både store, små og enestående projekter, som giver mening – både for os og for samfundet. Vi motiveres af høj faglighed og vi udfordrer projekterne, så vi når de bedste løsninger. Sådan sætter vi vores præg på den danske infrastruktur.

INFORMATION Per Aarsleff A/S Hasselager Allé 5 8260 Viby J

Phone +45 8744 2222

E-mail jbm@aarsleff.com

Contact

www.aarsleff.com


QVARTZ

www.qvartz.com

Global reach, Nordic heritage WHAT IS QVARTZ ALL ABOUT? QVARTZ is a global management consulting company with a Nordic heritage. Our aim is to demonstrate, inspire and deliver ”next practice” leadership and organization. We are a tight-knit team of 450 dedicated individuals working closely together with our clients, solving complex problems and delivering lasting impact. From our eight off ices across Europe, the U.S. and Asia, we follow our clients around the globe, constantly exploring new opportunities to strengthen our relevance. Getting your head around what management consulting is all about can be diff icult. To us, it boils down to tackling and solving critical strategic business issues for our clients, while at the same time engaging and mobilizing client organizations. Being a good management consultant is not only about having a black belt in problem-solving. It is equally important to be able to understand your client’s business and culture, and to be able to work with and motivate various personality types in different team structures.

In QVARTZ, we aspire to deliver results and build relationships in everything we do. Through a combination of rigorous analyses, solid experience and deep industry insight, we help our clients improve their business – whether this requires reducing costs, maximizing investments or restructuring the organization.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR? We are always on the lookout for curious and talented people to join us, and we offer a range of different employment opportunities. B.Sc. students or firstyear M.Sc. students can take on the role of Junior Consultant or Intern. New or soon-to-be graduates can apply for a position as a full-time Consultant.

We do our best to help all QVARTZ consultants thrive and grow through our structured Academy program and by continually presenting them with new challenges. When you join QVARTZ, you are assigned a ’QVARTZback’, which is a personal mentor who will help and support you in your development. Moreover, QVARTZ consultants are part of a community of peers, offering sparring, comradeship and cross-off ice bonding. At QVARTZ, we are proud to foster a strong culture where it is as important to be able to lead as it is to be led.

Our consultants have many different backgrounds, the most common being MBAs or M.Sc. in business or economics, engineering or science. So your line of study is not the decisive factor. What tips the scale is the combination of a strong analytical mindset and great personal skills.

Language 1 146

Total Engineers

240 30

Total Engineers

450 80


Is QVARTZ your perfect match?

FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning

To us, people are the company, not the other way around. There is no mold that we expect people to fit into. Rather, our civilization is a dynamic concept shaped by the people in it. Below, DTU alumni Kristian, Kristina and Peter explain why they see candidates with engineering, science and consulting backgrounds as the perfect match.

Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

KRISTIAN HØEG MADSEN, Manager and Ph.D. in Physics, DTU

Physics and Nano

“To me, management consulting is very much about using mathematical logic to solve a business issue and tell a constructive story. We work on helping companies increase revenue, reduce costs and maximize investments, but in the end there is always an issue tree. It is just like math – you always try to find the correct equation”.

Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

KRISTINA PILGAARD JACOBSEN, Consultant and M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering, DTU “I am very happy to be working in consulting because – just like during my studies – I get to dive head-first into complex problems in complex industries and use logic and structure to answer questions that are top of the management agenda. It is very dynamic and engaging work.”

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme

PETER EGESKOV, Consultant and M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Management, DTU “Having a non-business background in a business environment is often an advantage. It gives you the ability to bring an outside-in perspective and challenge others. As an engineer, you are perfectly equipped to solve problems, because this is what we learn: how to apply a structured and logical problem-solving approach – no matter if you are studying biochemistry, mathematics or industrial engineering”.

School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Ryesgade 3A 2200 Copenhagen N Denmark

Phone +45 33 17 00 00

Do you want to know more about the world of management consulting and how your scientific skills can be used in our line of business? Go to www.qvartz.com/career or reach out to Peter Egeskov at peter.egeskov@qvartz.com.

E-mail recruiting@qvartz.com

Contact

LinkedIn: QVARTZ Facebook:QVARTZ Instagram: qvartz_official Youtube: QVARTZ


RAMBOLL

www.ramboll.dk

Become a Sustainable Society Consultant Ramboll is a leading engineering, design and consultancy company. Working at one of our 300 off ices in 35 countries you will join 15,500 fellow bright minds in creating innovative and sustainable solutions within Buildings, Transport, Energy, Environment & Health, Water and Management Consulting. Combining local insight with global knowledge, we help shape the society of tomorrow.

Your career in constant growth

Start your career in Ramboll

When you work for Ramboll, you’re working for a company that creates sustainable change - not just for society, but for our employees too. Your growth is central to our success. As you work on challenging projects, you will be given increasing responsibility – while managers and colleagues to offer support and a helping hand as you learn and develop in your role.

Every year we employ over 400 student assistants, interns and thesis students. And if you’re a recent graduate, you’ll also find Ramboll a rewarding environment in which to start your career. We are always on the lookout for bright minds from a wide range of backgrounds

Work with leading experts and projects

A value-driven company

ramboll.dk/careers

Every year, we are involved in more than 20,000 projects varying from iconic landmarks to local projects. You will be part of cross-disciplinary project teams with endless opportunities to explore new and innovative ideas and solutions. And with 15,500 experts across the company, many of them internationally leading, you’ll never be short of inspiration from your colleagues.

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With us you are encouraged to collaborate with your colleagues in a friendly and flexible work environment. We always work from the highest ethical standards, and we strive to do right in everything we do – by people, by society and by the environment. From day one, we trust and expect you to take responsibility and make decisions you can be proud of.

Total Engineers

3,300 1,800

Total Engineers

15,500 8,500


FIELDS OF STUDY

INVITING BRIGHT MINDS

Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme

It takes bright minds to create liveable cities. Using advanced 3D scanning, Siri and Jens used their expertise to design a spectacular rooftop from an extremely complex structure. It gives the city of Aarhus a new tourist attraction and a great place to hang out. See our open positions at ramboll.dk/careers

School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Hannemanns AllĂŠ 53, 2300 Copenhagen S

Phone +45 5161 1000

E-mail student@ramboll.dk

Contact

Web: ramboll.dk LinkedIn: Ramboll Facebook: Ramboll Instagram: @rambolldenmark


ROCKWOOL GROUP

www.rockwoolgroup.com

ROCKWOOL Group the world. With our field expertise, we manufacture products that tackle many of today’s biggest challenges such as energy consumption and noise pollution, fire resilience, water scarcity and urban flooding. We share a passion for making the world more sustainable and doing our part – from our operations to the end solutions we create.

A culture made of skill and passion As a family-founded and values-oriented company, we have established a people-driven and inclusive culture that provides employees with a friendly and inspiring atmosphere for growth and development. We are a team of more than 11,600 skilled employees across 39 countries, bound together by one common element: releasing the natural power of stone. Our success has always been built on strong teams, with passion for what we do and a commitment to ROCKWOOL’s purpose.

Innovations that makes a difference in people’s lives

Empowered to meet technical challenges As an Engineer at ROCKWOOL, you will be empowered to meet technical challenges to provide high-end technical solutions and ensure continuous improvements in all aspects of our development and operations. You will play an important role in our continued expansion worldwide and can look forward to engaging in projects and helping to solve technical and operational challenges. In our team-oriented environment, you will work among colleagues who are highly skilled and passionate about what they do.

Working at ROCKWOOL, you are part of something bigger. We provide meaningful career opportunities that contribute to improving the lives of people around

We hire engineers within product innovation, machine development, process optimizations, civil, chemistry, IT, and more.

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Total Engineers

1 150

1,000 200

Impact built-in ROCKWOOL has committed to 10 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which serve as our blueprint for building a better tomorrow. Our products contribute to combatting climate change, growing the circular economy and safeguarding the wellbeing of citizens. For example, over the lifetime of its use, the building insulation we sold in 2018 will save 100 times the CO2 generated in their production. Our Grodan growing solutions enabled 76% more vegetables to be grown compared to soilbased horticulture. The acoustic solutions Rockfon delivered to schools in 2018 improved the learning conditions of more than 300,000 students globally. Make a difference.  Join our team.

Total Engineers

11,600 700


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION ROCKWOOL International A/S Hovedgaden 584 DK-2640 Hedehusene Denmark

Phone +45 46 56 03 00

E-mail info@rockwool.com

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SIMCORP A/S

www.simcorp.com

At SimCorp, we treasure technology IT solutions for the world’s largest financial institutions

Bridging the gap between technology and finance

Join us on our journey. Follow: #wetreasuretechnology

As a provider of IT solutions to the world’s leading asset managers, pension funds, insurance companies and other large financial institutions, technology is at the core of what we do. Our clients manage more than USD $20 trillion on our platform, relying on us to provide a reliable and eff icient solution so that they can focus on managing their investments. Every year we re-invest about 20% of revenue back into R&D so that our solutions meet our changing client and industry demands.

Through technology, we aim to automate and streamline the work processes of institutional investors. We play an important role in bridging the gap between these two worlds, transitioning between APL functional programming and risk portfolios; from high performance computing to alpha generation; from C# to regulatory compliance. Operating at the convergence of these two huge industries is both complicated and challenging. That’s why we need the best of the best.

www.simcorp.com/careers

Thriving in our agile development environment

Technology that enables savings to grow

SimCorp’s Product Division is ‘home’ to more than 500 skilled and creative technology professionals, developing bestin-class solutions for some of the world’s largest financial institutions. Working with us, you’ll enjoy the freedom of our scaled agile work environment. To date we have more than 50 agile teams working on quarterly two-week innovation sprints including two days of autonomous exploration – keeping us innovative and motivated.

We develop technology that enables savings to grow, so people can live with more financial security and opportunity – now and in retirement. Our solutions are used by firms responsible for savings and investments worth more than USD 20 trillion and their ability to protect and grow these investments has a direct impact on millions of people around the world, now and in the future.

Language

Total Engineers

1 152

565 155

About SimCorp SimCorp develops state-of-the-art software for top-tier investment managers. We are an independent, publicly traded entity headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, listed on NASDAQ Copenhagen. Our clients include 190+ of the world’s leading financial institutions, asset managers, insurance companies, pension funds, fund managers, wealth managers, sovereign wealth funds, banks, and asset servicers. We have 20+ off ices around the world and more than 1,800 employees with the reach and expertise to ensure global client coverage.

Total Engineers

1,850 380


FIELDS OF STUDY

SimCorp is always on the lookout for people with a sharp technical intellect. Coming from a theoretical background, it can be difficult to connect what we do at University and what is done at the first job we find. SimCorp took the stress out of that by training me up into a Test Analyst. In this role I still get to challenge my technical intellect, but also add value to me team… JEPPE SIDENIUS Test Analyst, SimCorp

Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

COME AND ENGINEER THE FUTURE OF THE INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT INDUSTRY

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

With 20% of our revenue going into R&D, we are constantly working on improving and streamlining our product to make sure it meets the growing demands from our clients. Jeppe is part of SimCorp’s Product Division, joining us as a recent graduate from DTU where he studied Mathematical Modelling and Computing. As our business grows, so do our needs. We are constantly on the lookout for newly graduated students within Physics, Communications Technology, Mathmatical Engineering, and Software.

WE TREASURE TECHNOLOGY www.simcorp.com/career

INFORMATION SimCorp A/S Weidekampsgade 16 2300 Copenhagen S

Phone +45 35448800

E-mail info@simcorp.com

Contact

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SWECO

www.sweco.dk

Vil du have ansvar og muligheder fra dag ét? Europas førende rådgivende ingeniør- og arkitektvirksomhed

Ansvar og muligheder

Sammen planlægger og designer vi fremtidens byer og samfund. Vores arbejde resulterer bl.a. i velfungerende, smuk og bæredygtig arkitektur, effektiv infrastruktur og adgang til elektricitet og rent drikkevand. Med afsæt i en integreret, multidisciplinær og helhedsorienteret tilgang tilbyder vi vores kunder professionel og individuel ingeniør- og arkitektrådgivning.

Uanset om du er praktikant, nyuddannet eller erfaren rådgiver, får du ansvar og muligheder fra første dag, når du bliver en del af Sweco. Vi belønner initiativ og gå-på-mod med plads til at udfolde dit potentiale. Og bag dig står 16.000 af Europas førende eksperter inden for ingeniør- og arkitektrådgivning. Selvom vi er en stor og international organisation, er vi samtidig agile, og der er derfor ikke langt fra tanke til handling.

Global ekspertise, lokal tilstedeværelse

Udvikling er ikke en mulighed men et krav

Med 16.000 medarbejdere i Europa kan vi tilbyde de rette kompetencer til ethvert projekt, og vi løser hvert år opgaver i 70 lande over hele kloden. Vores 1.300 danske medarbejdere arbejder hver dag fra kontorer fordelt over hele Danmark - tæt på vores enkelte kunder og markeder.

I Sweco ved vi, at alle de resultater, vi opnår som virksomhed, er summen af den store indsats, som vores medarbejdere yder hver eneste dag. Det skal være sjovt at gå på arbejde, og vi forstår styrken af at samarbejde på tværs af fagligheder og forskelligheder. Sammen løser vi morgendagens udfordringer og stræber mod altid at være et skridt foran. Vi sætter barren højt for vores medarbejdere både fagligt og personligt, og hos er udvikling ikke bare en mulighed. Det er et krav.

Language

Total Engineers

1 154

1.300 550

Interesseret i at gøre karriere i Sweco? På sweco.dk/karriere kan du læse meget mere om dine muligheder og altid se vores ledige stillinger. Her kan du også tilmelde dig vores jobagent. Derudover er du meget velkommen til at følge os på LinkedIn, hvor du kan få yderligere indblik i vores hverdag.

Total Engineers

16.000 –


Læs mere på Sweco.dk/karriere

FÅ ANSVAR OG MULIGHEDER FRA DAG ÉT.

FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Sweco er Europas førende rådgivende ingeniørog arkitektvirksomhed, og selvom vi er en stor organisation med 16.000 medarbejdere, vil du opleve, at der ikke er langt fra tanke til handling, og at du får plads til at udfolde dit potentiale, hvis du tager initiativ.

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Adresse: Sweco Danmark A/S Ørestads Boulevard 41 2300 København S

Phone 72 20 72 07

E-mail rekruttering@sweco.dk

Contact

Følg os på LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/sweco Eller læs mere på: sweco.dk


SYSTEMATIC

www.systematic.com

Much more than just code Mikkel Kastrup’s story is a classic example of how the international soft ware company Systematic often hires newly graduated soft ware developers. He went from being an intern to student worker to a full-time employee. The six-month internship was part of Mikkel’s studies in IT engineering. “I had studied for two years, so I only had the basic understanding – and the urge to learn more. Systematic did not expect me to know everything but focused on my eagerness to learn instead. My internship was a rewarding learning process because I got to work on actual products and use some of the code languages I had heard about during my studies,” he says.

EXCITING TO WORK WITH AN INTERESTING DOMAIN

“Our product in my department is a command and control system that is used by the US army, among others. It is really exciting to work with something so different,” the 24-year-old Systems Engineer says with a smile. Mikkel is responsible for developing various new features for the system. “It is so much more than just coding. It also involves time estimates, assembling teams, planning tests and verification as well as dialogue and negotiation with various stakeholders,” he says.

MANY CAREER OPPORTUNITIES When looking for an internship, Mikkel was attracted to Systematic because of their focus on processes and quality. Systematic’s approach to software development combines the principles of CMMI with the best aspects of Lean and Scrum.

After his internship in Systematic’s Defence department, Mikkel was offered a student job position and when he graduated in June 2019, he was offered a full-time position.

Systematic is CMMI 5 certified, which is an international standard for maturity in software development processes. CMMI creates process discipline and organizational structure while the agile

Language

Total Engineers

1 156

750+ 600+

inputs from scrum strengthens the flexibility. When it comes to educating and upgrading skills, Systematic has a motto saying, ’Better train people and risk they leave, than do nothing and they stay’. “I experience a focus on both professional and personal development, and it is possible to join a wide range ofconferences, courses, etc. I see many career options within Systematic. For now, I am happy as a developer, but at some point, I might want to move on to project management, which I have discussed with my manager already,” Mikkel concludes.

Total Engineers

1,100+ 850+


FIELDS OF STUDY

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CHANGES LIVES - CHANGE YOURS_

Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

“ My internship was a rewarding learning process because I got to work on actual products and use some of the code languages I had heard about during my studies.” Mikkel Kastrup, Systems Engineer

INFORMATION 11 offices worldwide HQ: Aarhus, Denmark

Phone +45 89 43 20 00

E-mail students@systematic.com

Contact Learn more at systematic.com/join-us

systematic.com@join-us


TEKNOLOGISK INSTITUT

Teknologisk.dk

Teknologisk Institut

Gennem vores ekspertise og banebrydende løsninger sikrer vi, at vi leverer innovative helhedsløsninger på tværs af fag og brancher. Resultatorienteret fokus og integritet præger den måde, vi arbejder på. Specialviden er vores vigtigste ressource, når vi leverer nye metoder, produkter, rådgivning, undervisning og test.

Du kan læse mere om vores fagområder, se ledige job eller sende en uopfordret ansøgning på www.teknologisk.dk/job. Du kan desuden følge os på Facebook, Instagram, Twitter eller LinkedIn og se nogle af vores aktiviteter.

Samarbejde er et nøgleord, internt såvel som eksternt. Vi samarbejder på tværs af fag om udvikling af nye teknologier og metoder. Teknologisk Institut styrker danske virksomheder ved hjælp af banebrydende teknologier og mere end 1100 medarbejderes faglige ekspertise. Vi skaber innovative resultater og værdi for erhvervslivet i et internationalt samarbejde med virksomheder og universiteter. Vores udstyr og laboratorier er i verdensklasse, og med mange faglige kompetencer samlet ét sted, udvikler vi viden, teknologier, metoder og produkter, der virker i praksis. Vi er altid på udkig efter specialister, der er nytænkende og skaber værdi i et samarbejde.

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Du gør en synlig forskel som medarbejder på Teknologisk Institut. I et tæt samarbejde med virksomheder og forskningsinstitutioner, både nationalt og internationalt, skaber vi innovative løsninger for Danmarks fremtid og hjælper dansk erhvervsliv med at omsætte viden til teknologiske løsninger der virker i praksis. Teknologisk Institut består af 1.100 højt specialiserede medarbejdere og faciliteter i Taastrup, Aarhus, Odense, Sdr. Stenderup, Skejby samt datterselskaber i Danmark og internationalt.

Total Engineers

1.100 350

Total Engineers

1.100 350


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION

ITâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ALL ABOUT INNOVATION FIND LEDIGE STILLINGER

Gregersensvej 1 2630 Taastrup

Phone 72202000

E-mail info@teknologisk.dk

Contact

www.teknologisk.dk/job

Teknologisk.dk LinkedIn Facebook Instagram


WICOTEC KIRKEBJERG A/S

www.wk.dk

Vil du sætte dit præg på betydningsfulde projekter? Som en af landets førende teknik- og anlægsentreprenører får du i WK mulighed for at være med til at præge nogle af fremtidens store og komplekse projekter. Vi har en klar forventning om, at vores folk vil udfordres og udvikle sig karrieremæssigt og personligt. Vi er samtidig meget bevidste om, at det er vores medarbejdere, der udgør kernen i vores forretning. Så uanset om du går efter specialisering, ledelsesansvar eller den brede kompetenceflade, tilbyder vi en bred palette af muligheder. Den gode relation, selvstændig tilrettelæggelse af arbejdet, kontinuerlig undervisning og samarbejde på tværs af afdelinger er i fokus hos os.

Tværfaglighed er vores kernekompetence

dækkende teknikentreprenør er en af branchens største og har kunder som inkluderer offentlige og private bygherrer, hospitaler, kraft-/varmeværker, forsyningsselskaber, medicinalindustri, boligselskaber m.fl. Vi har to datterselskaber E. Klink og Holmskov Rustfri og dermed afdelinger i både Taastrup, København, Osted, Kolding, Aarhus, Skovlunde og Slangerup. WK er en del af Aarsleff-koncernen, og sammen tilbyder vi One Company – et samarbejde, hvor WK og Aarsleff som et firma er inde over det totale byggeri – fra designoplæg over myndighedsbehandling til færdigt projekt. Det betyder større projekter, flere muligheder og en spændende hverdag.

I WK løfter vi mange typer projekter – såvel enkeltstående fagentrepriser som total teknikentrepriser. Det kræver et særligt fokus på den tværfaglige indsats. Vi har alle kompetencerne under ét tag, så vi kan sikre optimal kvalitet på alle fagområder. Med en tværfaglig indsats sikrer vi samtidig en gennemsigtig proces med færre aktører og en skarpere kommunikation og projektstyring. Det er medvirkende til, at vi som lands-

Ny viden, ny teknologi og kontinuerlig uddannelse

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Total Engineers

1 160

ge udvikling i kraft af vores størrelse og brede portefølje af spændende projekter. WK er en uformel organisation, hvor faglighed og kvalitet er i højsædet. Vi tror på frihed under ansvar, hvor det er væsentligt, at du som en del af WK-organisationen har fokus på at bidrage til et sundt og sikkert arbejdsmiljø. ”Mulighederne er store, og læringskurven er stejl for nyuddannede ingeniører i Wicotec Kirkebjerg. Din teoretiske viden bliver udfordret hver dag af praktiske udfordringer, samt der er rig mulighed for ansvar og personlig kompetenceudvikling.” - Mathias J. Larsen, VVS-ingeniør, cand.polyt.

Som en del af en fremtidsorienteret virksomhed vil du i WK få en stilling med faglige udfordringer og en bred kontaktflade på en arbejdsplads, som er præget af motivation og et tværfagligt samarbejde. Kombinationen af vores tværfaglige tekniske kompetencer betyder, at du vil få en alsidig hverdag med gode muligheder for personlig og fagli-

1.100 65

Total Engineers

1.100 65


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme

Det er medarbejderen der udgør WK

School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Roskildevej 338 2630 Taastrup

I WK er vi meget bevidste om, at det er vores medarbejdere, der udgør kernen i vores forretning. Derfor er vi altid på udkig efter de skarpeste kompetencer i branchen. Vi dækker en bred kompetenceflade og kan tilbyde specialisering, ledelsesansvar og en alsidig hverdag, der udvikler dig.

Phone 44220000

E-mail kommunikation@wk.dk

www.wk.dk

Contact Linkedin: Wicotec Kirkebjerg A/S


WS AUDIOLOGY A/S

www.wsa.com

WS Audiology - Wonderful Sound For All technologists, but as audiologists and sales and marketing specialists.

WS Audiology was formed in 2019 through the merger of Sivantos and Widex. We pioneer the use of technology to help people with hearing loss enjoy the sounds that make life wonderful.

We are a global company with head off ices in Lynge, Denmark and Singapore and Research & Development sites in Lynge, Singapore and Erlangen, Germany.

Denmark Our innovations have helped hearing care professionals deliver the best hearing care for more than 100 years. Every year, WS Audiology helps millions of people regain and benefit from the miracle of hearing. At present, we sell 5.5 million units of hearing aids per year and related services. Millions more people are served through hundreds of centers and thousands of partners. We also cover managed care in the US and diagnostics through our network of thousands of locations. As advanced as hearing care is today, we are dedicated to making it even better. Our people have a passion for innovation and are committed to applying it to help make wonderful sound part of everyone’s life. Not just as engineers and

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Our state-of-the-art head off ice in Lynge, Denmark is a major Sales, Marketing, Finance and R&D hub, employing more than 900 people; talented professionals who develop behind-the ear and in-theear hearing aids with the most advanced, natural sound on the market.

Singapore Our Singapore head off ice employs more than 1,300 people across a variety of functions such as Manufacturing & Supply Chain, Quality, IT, Legal and HR. We also develop and manufacture state of-the art behind-the-ear hearing aid devices for our global markets.

Germany

technical expertise from our talented engineers. Equipped with state-of-theart lab facilities, our platform and software development teams work to create the very best hearing technologies and solutions.

China WS Audiology’s high-tech facilities at the Asian Manufacturing Center (AMC), based in Suzhou, is our largest production base globally. With over 20 years in the country, we are now the largest hearing aid manufacturer. We continue to strive toward operational excellence in producing highly sophisticated hearing aids for our customers with our SMART lean program.

United States Our presence in the US is built upon a strong heritage of creating hearing solutions that help people live richer, fuller lives. An omnichannel presence, combined with our people’s passion for unlocking human potential, helps us address the hearing care needs of the world’s largest hearing aid markets.

Erlangen is one of our three main locations for Research & Development, with a wide range of expert knowledge and

Total Engineers

1,000 400

Total Engineers

10,000 900


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano

Welcome to a world of wonderful sound

Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION As advanced as hearing care is today, we are dedicated to making it even better. There is nothing more rewarding to us than seeing someone regain the miracle of hearing and watching them thrive. As a leader in our industry, we have already helped improve the lives of millions of people, but there is more to be done. Join us today: wsa.com/careers

Wonderful Sound for All

WS Audiology A/S Nymøllevej 6, 3540 Lynge

Phone 44 35 56 00

Contact

https://www.wsa.com/careers https://www.linkedin.com/ company/wsaudiology/


ZACCO

www.zacco.com

zacco This is our journey into the future of intellectual property – will you join? Joining Zacco means joining an international organisation, which offers many opportunities to take part of and develop projects and assignments across regions, cultures and countries. We work with all types of clients: large, international clients, small and medium-sized clients and local start-ups.

Zacco is one of Europe’s leading IP consultancies, and we have been awarded Scandinavian Firm Of The Year since 2016. This is no coincidence. We work with the best in the business, have strong collaborations across countries and technical fields, and combine traditional IP disciplines with cyber security and software development, among other digital services.

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Zacco offers an exciting environment to grow and learn from the best in the business – and we are as proud of our experts as of what we do at Zacco: We take care of all of our clients’ intangible assets, even the ones they don’t know they have. We work in a proactive manner, often in tailor-made teams to suit our clients’ needs, and we have an ambitious and motivating working culture.

Zacco in short

Today, it is not always enough to secure your intellectual property by means of patents, registrations of designs, copyrights and trademarks alone. Securing your IP digitally against data theft and fraud and keeping up with rapidly evolving data protection laws and technology is increasingly important. By combining the traditional IP disciplines with cyber security, software development and digital brands, we take care of your ideas, innovations, data, identity – and all of your other intangible assets. Basically, everything you literally can’t put your finger on. We protect them, give you ownership and make them yours to keep – now and in the future. We call it 360° perspective on intellectual property.

We offer an all-embracing 360° perspective on intellectual property: From patent, trademark and design protection to software development, digital brand protection, cyber security, portfolio management and IP strategies for the modern economy.

We are among Europe’s largest IP firms with more than 500 dedicated experts in all aspects of intellectual property, including a large number of experienced patent, trademark and design attorneys as well as attorneys at law and paralegals, IT specialists and software developers.

Total Engineers

Total Engineers

158 36

543 144


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning

THE FUTURE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Geophysics and Survey

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Zacco A/S Arne Jacobsens Allé 15 2300 København S

Phone 39488000

E-mail info.denmark@zacco.com

Contact

zacco.com LinkedIn Facebook.com


ØRSTED

www.orsted.com

Engineer the renewable technologies of tomorrow The Ørsted vision is to create a world that runs entirely on green energy. Ørsted is a global leader in offshore wind and is ranked as the world’s most sustainable energy company.

A global green energy leader. Powered by talent Our heritage is Nordic, our outlook international. Ørsted runs the world’s largest wind farms and is one of the largest green energy developers in the world. More than 90% of our earnings come from international markets – and we’re expanding worldwide. With an offshore market share of 30% and currently powering more than 12 million people, we’re not only transforming the way the world is powered – we’re leading the global green energy transition.

You’ll become part of a culture where innovation, growth and constant development are the pillars of your daily environment. And you’ll work on cutting-edge technologies with world-leading experts to push the boundaries of what’s possible within renewable energy on some of the largest renewable energy projects in the world.

Great ideas start with people We employ 6,500 people and around 1,000 of these are engineers. To work with us, you must aim to be among the best in your field and have a global mindset and a desire to make a difference. We aim high in everything we do, and we continuously challenge ourselves and each other to push the bar higher and ensure that we continue to take the lead in our industry.

We need bright minds to help us lead the industry and develop innovative technologies and new knowledge as we turn our vision into reality. If you’re excited about taking on new challenges and are ready to grow with us, then we need you in our organisation.

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Total Engineers

4,500 -

Total Engineers

6,500 -


FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Imagine a future

where brainstorms are about real storms

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship

orsted.com/careers

Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION

Kraft værksvej 53, Skærbæk 7000 Fredericia Nesa Allé 1, 2820 Gentofte

Phone +45 99 55 11 11

Contact

LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Web, Email


AARSLEFF RAIL A/S

www.aarsleffrail.com

KAN DU REGNE, LEDE OG BYGGE? Så har du gode muligheder i Aarsleff Rail Som specialentreprenør ved vi godt, at ikke alle nyuddannede er eksperter i jernbaneanlæg. Men er du en engageret og fagligt dygtig holdspiller, der ikke er bange for have kontor i en skurby, har vi drømmejobbet til dig. Du får gode rammer for videreuddannelse og udvikling – og en arbejdsplads med åbenhed, dynamik, ansvarlighed og professionalisme. Du bliver udfordret hver dag af erfarne kollegaer i et gensidigt samarbejde, hvor vi alle lærer af hinanden. Det giver sammenhold og gør os alle dygtigere.

Danmarks største jernbaneentreprenør

Som ingeniør hos os er du med til at planlægge og gennemføre fx sporfornyelser, betonkonstruktioner og kørestrømsanlæg. Undervejs udvikler vi sammen helt nye løsninger til vedligehold og nyanlæg.

Vil du sætte dig spor? Hos Aarsleff Rail er resultatet af dit arbejde helt håndgribeligt. Eltog får strøm fra de kørestrømsanlæg vi har været med til at rejse, pendlere kører ad spor vi har bygget og bilister passerer over jernbaneviadukter vi har støbt. Vores orange specialmaskiner lyser op langs banen. Vil du sætte dig spor i landskabet, så er et job i Aarsleff Rail det helt rette!

I Aarsleff Rail har vi specialiseret os i at planlægge og gennemføre alle typer infrastrukturprojekter, på og omkring jernbanenettet. Vi er blandt de førende i branchen og har alle banekompetencer in-house. Vores specialkompetencer giver os unikke muligheder for samarbejde med både danske og internationale partnere. For dig betyder det mulighed for at deltage i mange spændende projekter.

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udførelse af store, komplekse projekter indenfor infrastruktur, klimatilpasning, miljø, energi og bygge- og anlægsopgaver.

Jeg gik næsten direkte fra min sidste eksamen til jobbet som entrepriseleder på et stort sporfornyelsesprojekt. Fra første dag i Aarsleff Rail har jeg haft selvstændigt ansvar på byggepladsen og været inddraget i flere store tilbud. Trine Marquardsen, Kandidat Byggeteknologi, DTU

Vi er en virksomhed i vækst. Det betyder, at du har gode muligheder for at bruge din viden og få erfaring. Vi har aktiviteter i Danmark, Norge, Sverige og Tyskland og permanente kontorer i Hvidovre, Viby J. og Fredericia. Vi er en del af Aarsleff-koncernen, som arbejder på internationalt plan og har en førende position i Danmark. Koncernen er specialiseret i planlægning og

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FIELDS OF STUDY Export and Operations Product and Design Mechanical Engineering

Structural and Civil Engineering Architecture and Planning Geophysics and Survey

Specialister på banen!

Environmental Engineering Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Medicine and Pharma Biomedical Engineering

Physics and Nano Energy Engineering Electronic Engineering Communication Technology Mathematical Engineering Soft ware

WE OFFER Internship Student job Work abroad Master thesis Graduate programme School project Ph.D

INFORMATION Hasselager Allé 5 DK-8260 Viby J

Aarsleff Rail løser infrastrukturopgaver på og omkring banen i Danmark, Sverige, Norge og Tyskland. Vi har kompetencer indenfor alle banetekniske discipliner.

Phone +45 8734 3000

E-mail cln@aarsleffrail.com

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Christina Berg Olesen: 32, 39 Pernille Gylling Jensen: 34, 41 Tobias Leth: 45 Steen Brogaard: 46 Morten Jerichau: 50 André Bjørn Nielsen: 52 Akademikernes A-kasse: 54 Kasper Løjtved: 56 Louise Dybbro: 58 Forlaget Lunje H: 74

Photos: Teknologisk Institut: 4 Kjetil Løjte: 6-7 Emil Visby: 12 Bjarne Erick: 13, 84 Christian Friis-Nielsen: 14 Victor Boserup: 16 Monica Tafdrup Notkin: 19 Camilla Nørring: 22 Christoffer Haubroe Hansen: 25 Gitte Gladding: 28 Johnny Tuan Nguyen: 30, 37

Additional photos: Stock.adobe.com

Translator: Simone Hope Kim Bødtker Laustsen Special thanks: André Bjørn Nielsen, AAU Birgitte Schierning Rådgiver, Akademikernes A-kasse Brian Laursen Camilla Nørring, DTU Christian Friis-Nielsen, AAU Christina Berg Olesen Christoffer Haubro Hansen Emil Visby Gitte Gladding, DTU Johnny Tuan Nquyen Kasper Løjtved, Agilent

Lene Agger, AAU Line Randa, AAU Louise Dybbro, AAU Monica Tafdrup Notkin Morten Jerichau Pernille Gylling Jensen Steen Kræmer Rasmussen Søren Stjernqvist, Teknologisk Institut Tobias Leth Tommy Ahlers Victor Boserup

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