At Ibsen Photonics we focus on our customers. We have ambitious growth plans, and were recognised a Gazelle company in both 2018 and 2019. We work actively with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and strive to make our business fully sustainable.
You will join a company that employs 55 people at our facility in Farum, and sold for more than 100 MDKK in 2019.
New Open Positions
Do you want to develop new products that make a difference in the world? And do you thrive in a collaborative and empowered work environment, where you are responsible for your own work?
We are looking for dedicated candidates to join our growing team.
DACH Business Development Manager
Please read the full job post for the DACH Business Development Manager position here and apply as soon as possible.
How to Apply
Please send a letter and CV, clearly stating the position or the field of responsibility you are interested in, to:
Ibsen Photonics A/S
You can also send an e-mail to email@example.com
Who are we?
Ibsen is a global leader in optical diffraction gratings and spectrometers with headquarters and manufacturing facility in Farum, Denmark. We strive for the best technology in our industry to the benefit of our customers, employees and shareholders. Our customers are large to medium-sized international manufacturers of advanced optical devices and instruments, into which our products are integrated.
We have ambitious growth plans, and were recognized as a Gazelle company in both 2018 and 2019. We work actively with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and strive to make our business fully sustainable.
Ibsen Photonics is majority owned by Foss A/S, a world leader in analytical solutions for the agricultural industry, with an annual turnover of 2 Billion DKK and more than 1.400 employees.
We wish to employ and recruit highly motivated and skilled staff wanting to grow together with the company.
See more about our company culture here.
Farum is located just over 20 km northwest of Copenhagen city center close to the beautiful Furesø and Farum lakes.