Grundfos is the world’s leading manufacturer of energy efficient and intelligent water solutions with offices in more than 50 countries and over 19,000 employees worldwide. Their purpose is to pioneer solutions to the world’s water and climate challenges and improve quality of life for people. Grundfos believes that innovation is not only a business opportunity, but an obligation. And what really matters to them is not short-term profit, but the impact they make. They have the determination and power to set the standard for the industry and society as a whole.
Grundfos is currently driving a digital transformation, as digitalization will change the industry with the expansion of sensors, connectivity and data. Hardware, like water pumps, will still be important but the value-added and innovation will increasingly happen through software and services. Hence, the organization introduces top shelve, state-of-the-art technological solutions within their products and production. Just to mention some of their expertise.
As a global leader, Grundfos keep raising the bar when it comes to energy efficiency and protecting the environment with clear long-term water and climate ambitions. They aim to do whatever is in their power to help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, in particular 6 and 13. Furthermore, it is their goal to make the smartest and most intelligently executed digital transformation in any industrial company. Hence, the organization merges their top-class hardware with high-tech IT-resources and know-how, to create intelligent solutions that not only make business easier for their customers and end-users but also improve life for people.
Grundfos believes that there is no limit to what can be achieved together. The combined talent, passion and effort of employees and their partners hold close to unlimited potential, which is strongly reflected in their purpose, values and collaborative culture.
Sustainability is a top priority, and perhaps you can help the organization use technology and knowledge to make a difference. Join Grundfos, if you want to use your talent to confront the water and energy challenges that the world is facing.
On an ongoing basis, the organization is looking for highly-skilled IT professionals to cover job vacancies within many different IT areas. Furthermore, they are also looking for interns and student workers as software developers and many others.
Find the current vacant IT jobs at Grundfos by following the link below.
Meet Elena, Frontend Developer
“I’m currently working on implementing the user interfaces of our digital offerings, which means converting the design mockups to visual front-end elements that are accessible by the end-user. I’m also, doing the connection to the backend which delivers the data and translates it into something visual that costumers can experience. We work in an open space office, with a lot of different people all working for the same goal. This makes it easy to share knowledge and solve problems faster. Also, I get to work for a goal that is so big in terms of environmental changes and sustainability because Grundfos’ purpose is embedded in all our work.”
Meet Stefan, IoT System developer
“I worked as a student worker at Grundfos for 1,5 years before I started my full-time job. I wanted to stay working for Grundfos, because they are in the middle of a digital transformation, where we are building a digital platform which is quite challenging and very interesting for me to be a part of. Everything is new here – all the projects are just starting up or just started within the last years, so there are a lot of new challenges, where I get involved from the beginning. We work in teams of people with a lot of different backgrounds, which makes meetings where we discuss ideas very exciting because everybody chips in with their knowledge until we get the best solutions. There is definitely a lot of things to learn, working at Grundfos.”
Meet Lishuai, Senior Data Scientist
“Grundfos is developing a lot of digital competence, so the work environment is quite challenging and innovative. I’m researching on and applying state-of-the-art Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning and Deep Learning techniques for industrial applications by using cloud computing platforms. This will make Grundfos able to know the customers even better, so we can personalize their experience on our digital touch points. I’m also working on a project which uses advanced algorithms for better supply chain management or planning. Within the project, we explore how to use Machine Learning and deploying new algorithms to improve the forecast of our demand plan. We have a lot of freedom to use different types of technologies and validate their impact on our business, which is really exciting.”