Jobs for Veterans at World Leading Biotech Company


novozymes-jobsNovozymes to Hire U.S. Veterans Now!

by Marcy Bulstrom

Novozymes is the biotech-based world leader in enzymes and microorganisms. They strive towards better business, cleaner environment and better lives. Using nature’s own technologies, they continuously expand the frontiers of biological solutions to improve industrial performance in all areas.

Novozymes’ more than 600 products are a key player in the production of thousands of products you use in your everyday life – from the textiles in your clothes to the food you eat.

In more than 40 different industries and 130 countries, their biological solutions improve industrial performance and quality while at the same time saving on water, energy, raw materials and waste.  To meet the challenges of the now and the future, Novozymes needs the highest quality people to make it work.  They have partnered with, America’s leading job board for U.S. Veterans, to attract the best quality employees in the world.


In partnership with customers, technology leaders and other stakeholders, Novozymes’ 4,000 employees use nature’s diversity and advanced biotech platforms to make these unique qualities available to businesses everywhere.

novo1_400They imagine a future where biological solutions create the necessary balance between better business, cleaner environment and better lives. They call it the industrial evolution. Are you ready to join in?

Novozymes gives high priority to creating exciting jobs and providing development opportunities in a stimulating international working environment driven by spark, passion, science and openness.

Novozymes focuses on:

Development opportunities
They allocate substantial resources to development and training of employees and endeavour to create interesting and challenging jobs.

Multiple career opportunities
Novozymes’ ‘triple ladder’ career development system makes it possible to choose between career paths as people manager, specialist or project manager.

International opportunities
Novozymes does its utmost to help employees fulfil their dreams of an international career.

Competitive employee benefits
Novozymes aims to provide competitive employee benefits that make life on the job easier and the spare time more fun.

Employees in brief
Novozymes has 4,000 employees in 30 countries of which around 2,100 work in Denmark.

novozymes-apply-jobsCareers without borders

Borders are imaginary boundaries. As a global company Novozymes employees learn a new mindset that works across geographic borders and across functions within the company. It’s part of building a career with us.

At Novozymes they expect you to set your own career path by shying away from the beaten path and crossing borders. They may be geographic borders, divisions of functions within the company, or even the imaginary borders that set limitations in the mind.

They encourage you to look for opportunities that will allow you to develop to your full potential. It might take you across an ocean or into another part of a building. Either way, they pose this challenge to our employees and support them every step of the way.



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