Carlsberg Group Carlsberg Research Center
Greenhouse gardener (Væksthusgartner) at the Carlsberg Research Laboratory
Do you want to become our new greenhouse gardener and make Carlsberg Research Laboratory (CRL) a hub for great brewing relevant barley and hop research and innovation – and do you have a passion for probably the best beer? Do you want to work in an international setting with a real opportunity to contribute from day one? Then you might be our new colleague.
Carlsberg Research Laboratory holds a leading position in the conventional development and breeding of malting barley. Using up-to-date growth and screening facilities and unique scientific expertise we bare breeding for future needs.
As greenhouse gardener you will be involved with and/or responsible for:
The candidate must be fluent in English.
The successful candidate will join a dynamic and international research environment and contribute to breeding programs as well as research projects combining basic and applied aspects in barley and hops. You will be part of a world leading global company that provides an experienced international team and excellent research and working facilities spanning from genomics to the physiology of the plant in the field.
Application deadline: As soon as possible
Working hours: Full-time
Location: Carlsberg Research Laboratory, Valby, Copenhagen
Home page: http://www.carlsberggroup.com
Contact: Please send your application and CV to the link provided below. Only online applications will be considered.
For additional information about the position, please contact Breeding Manager Pai Rosager Pedas Pai.Rosager.Pedas@Carlsberg.com
Pai Rosager Pedas
Telephone: +45 20417933
The Carlsberg Group is one of the leading brewery groups in the world, with a large portfolio of beer and other beverage brands. Our flagship brand – Carlsberg – is one of the best-known beer brands in the world and the Baltika, Carlsberg and Tuborg brands are among the eight biggest brands in Europe. More than 46,000 people work for the Carlsberg Group, and our products are sold in more than 150 markets. In 2014, the Carlsberg Group sold 122 million hectolitres of beer, which is about 37 billion bottles of beer.