Ramboll is a leading engineering, design and consultancy company. Working at one of our 300 offices in 35 countries, you will join 16,500 fellow bright minds in creating innovative and sustainable solutions within Buildings, Transport, Energy, Environment & Health, Water and Management Consulting. Combining local experience with global knowledge, we help shape the society of tomorrow.
Why join Ramboll?
Joining us means working for a company that strives to make a difference – for our employees, clients and society.
Work with leading experts and projects
Every year, we are involved in more than 20,000 projects varying from iconic landmarks to local projects. You will be part of cross-disciplinary project teams with endless opportunities to explore new and innovative ideas and solutions. And with 16,500 experts across the company, many of them internationally leading, you’ll never be short of inspiration from your colleagues.
Your career in constant growth
Your growth is central to our success. You will be working with a company that has a track record of constant expansion since we were founded in 1945. As you work on challenging projects, you will be given increasing responsibility – but you will also be able to rely on experienced managers and colleagues to offer support and a helping hand as you learn and develop in your role.
Our work is guided by values
Ramboll is a people company. You are encouraged to collaborate with your colleagues in a friendly and flexible work environment. We always work from the highest ethical standards, and we strive to do right in everything we do – by people, by society and by the environment. From day one, we trust and expect you to take responsibility and make decisions you can be proud of.
Help shape the society of tomorrow
We invite you to work on solving some of the biggest challenges facing societies, companies and people around the world. We work on projects that enable sustainable change, both economically, socially and environmentally - ranging from mass transit systems that cut travel times, transport costs and carbon emissions to climate adaptation projects that improve the quality of life in cities like Copenhagen, New York and Singapore, just to name a few.