At Tipatek, you have influence over your own daily schedule, allowing you to create a work-life balance that suits you. While there may be occasional urgent tasks that require extra time, these are rare occurrences and should remain so.
Our aim is to have normal working hours, where you can be home for dinner and have weekends free for yourself, your family, and friends.
While much of your time will be spent working with customers in one way or another, you're never alone.
We're a team, and if you have a challenge you can't solve on your own, there's always help available. We share our knowledge, utilise each other's strengths, and learn from one another, so that we together can deliver a service that exceeds the customers’ expectations.
Working with us means you get to shape your job according to the direction you want to grow. You can, e.g., immerse yourself in development and engineering from our office in Odense. Or if you're the adventurous type, there are opportunities for on-site and travel work both domestically and internationally where you visit customers and work directly on their plants.
At Tipatek, it's okay to make mistakes as long as we learn from them. We all have strengths and weaknesses, and here, you get the opportunity to work on yours to the extent that you’re comfortable with.
To continue delivering the best solutions to our customers, it is essential that we stay ahead with the latest knowledge in the automation field.
When employed at Tipatek, you can look forward to attending training courses at least once a year.
"The best thing about my job is that I can be technically creative. Many roads lead to Rome, so it's fun to find solutions to customers' problems. There's a good variety with different types of tasks and opportunities to try new things to see if it's something you want to do more of. We have a good social life, and even though my colleagues and I don't necessarily work on the same projects, we are still good at inspiring and helping each other."
"I like that there are always new challenges to take on, so you're not doing the same thing all the time. The different projects keep me interested, and it also means that I'm always learning. I think we have a great community where we are not divided into classes. We are good at helping each other and we socialise both during and outside work. And it's nice to have flexible working hours, so you can leave earlier if you need to go to the dentist or take your car to the mechanic."