Go to vacancies and see our open positions. Here, you can also create an account and join our talent community.
Are you an ambitious, proactive and self-driven individual who would like to gain valuable, professional experience? If yes, this is a great opportunity to grow your career in Arla Foods! In Arla Foods you will work in one of the world’s largest dairy companies where passionate colleagues will support you in your development.
When we are looking for Student Assistants in Denmark, it's within the following areas:
When submitting your application for one of these business areas, you become part of a talent pool. Thus, when we are recruiting for a specific student position, we will screen the talent pool and contact candidates that match the criteria of that specific role.
We welcome students of all nationalities and educational backgrounds to apply – if you are eager to learn. A good Student Assistant is a person who is ambitious and enjoy challenges. You have a high energy level and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Furthermore, we assume that you:
We’re committed to professional development and promoting from within. Our positive and collaborative culture will bring out the best in you. And you’ll join a market leader who produces nutritious household-favourite brands in a way that make things better for our customers, the farmers who own us, and the whole world.
Apply via the links above and convince us that you have what it takes to kick-start your professional career with Arla. A cover letter is not required and therefore, we kindly ask you to only submit a CV/resume in English for this position.
Please note, that it is a requirement to be enrolled in a study programme in Denmark. We will get back to you if we find your profile relevant for one of our student jobs. We hire candidates on an ongoing basis and thus, you will experience a longer recruitment process than usual.
What you like to learn more about how to start your career in Arla? Please have a look here. The video is made in collaboration with Aarhus Symposium.