Laboratory Intern (Laborantpraktikant)
Laboratory Intern (Laborantpraktikant)Have you completed the first part of the Laboratory Technician Program? And would you like to help test and secure the quality of the materials that goes into LEGO Toys?
Become the next Materials boy/girlYou will be based in Billund and join 30 colleagues in the Materials Department. We drive the approval process of new materials, colors and inks and are responsible for trouble shooting of our existing material platform.
As part of this, your specific tasks will be to:
Perform mechanical tests and describe specific material characteristics
Prepare samples and carry out tests, analysis and registration of test results
Support the development of new test methods and validation of existing methods
Occasionally conduct analytical and chemical testing
Mutual value creationAs Intern in the lab, you will get an excellent opportunity to learn about our testing methods, collaborate with skilled colleagues and help develop and improve our procedures and techniques. Thus, your tasks require a structured and detail oriented approach.
In the LEGO Group, we succeed together and you understand that our core value of mutual value creation is key to making sure that only the best materials go into our products.
Detail oriented Lab TechnicianYou have completed the first part (1,5 years) of the Laboratory Technician education (laborantuddannelsen)
You want to learn about mechanical testing methods, and you are able to work structured and independently as there will be many repetitive tasks
You are thorough and pay attention to small details as the testing results depend on it
You speak and write English
Starting date will be the 1st of March 2020
Bringing it to life"In this internship, you become part of a collaborative culture, where creativity and quality is in everything we do. You will develop your skills in a team that encourage you to invent, create and transform" Charlotte explains.
Join the global family of LEGO
In the LEGO Group, we succeed together, and you will be part of a global family where you will collaborate across the LEGO Community. We look very much forward to reading your application – please use the APPLY NOW button above or below, and please remember to attach your application and a current CV.
If you would like to know more about the position, please contact
Lab Technician Karen Marx Kristensen on +45 5234 2953.
This position was posted 19-09-2019 and may be online up to ten weeks following this date. We do not have application deadlines on any of our positions. We take candidates into the recruitment process continuously and close the position down once we have found the right candidate.