Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Work with Vogelbusch Biocommodities

Our people’s outstanding performance is the key element behind our success. As a global player in industrial biotechnology we offer challenging tasks with a high degree of responsibility and close customer contact, and with the empowerment to continuously drive improvement. 

Theses and work placements

We offer master students of process and chemical engineering, biotechnology and bioengineering opportunities for work placements and diploma thesis research as part of our research & development programme. If you would like to propose a topic please send your application to the email address below.

Join our team

For employment opportunities please send your open application by email to

VOGELBUSCH Biocommodities GmbH
Mrs. Elisabeth Remschnig
vienna@vogelbusch.com

The job application should contain your curriculum vitae and some idea of what motivates you.

Expertise and qualification

Biotechnology interfaces between biology, chemistry and engineering science. Its complexity calls for an interdisciplinary approach, and this is reflected in our people's academic backgrounds.

Typical qualifications are degrees in biotechnology, microbiology, technical chemistry, biochemistry, and process, plant, mechanical and automation engineering.

Project centred approach

Our project-based organisation requires all our specialists to be generalists as well. They are involved at every stage, from research through to process design, project execution and start-up.

This ensures that practical experience feeds back into our research. 

Customer orientation

Personal skills required at Vogelbusch include customer focus, flexibility and acceptance of responsibility.

Customised solutions depend on constant communication with clients. Personal relationships play a vital role, which is why employees are assigned to given clients, acting as a single, long-term point of contact.

Experience report on internship

Trainee: Erika Sch.
Period: April - May 2016
Project: HPLC analytics of enzymatic starch products

After two months at Vogelbusch Biocommodities I must say that there was not a single day I wasn't happy to come to work. This was on the one part for my supervisors, who helped with words and deeds, and my nice colleagues, who would even provide divertissement when I needed it. On the other part it was the project itself.

I gladly accepted the challenge to work - for the most part - independently on my own project. During review and discussion of the results I always felt treated on an equal footing. It was most constructive for me to see that I was able to play a part and my ideas and opinions were taken seriously, even though I was "only the intern". Work itself was very interesting and there was not a moment of boredom or underemployment during the last eight weeks.

I am very happy for this opportunity and I am convinced that I can take a lot from this internship both professionally and personally.

Expertise and qualification

Biotechnology interfaces between biology, chemistry and engineering science. Its complexity calls for an interdisciplinary approach, and this is reflected in our people's academic backgrounds.

Typical qualifications are degrees in biotechnology, microbiology, technical chemistry, biochemistry, and process, plant, mechanical and automation engineering.

Project centred approach

Our project-based organisation requires all our specialists to be generalists as well. They are involved at every stage, from research through to process design, project execution and start-up.

This ensures that practical experience feeds back into our research. 

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Customer orientation

Personal skills required at Vogelbusch include customer focus, flexibility and acceptance of responsibility.

Customised solutions depend on constant communication with clients. Personal relationships play a vital role, which is why employees are assigned to given clients, acting as a single, long-term point of contact.

Experience report on internship

Trainee: Erika Sch.
Period: April - May 2016
Project: HPLC analytics of enzymatic starch products

After two months at Vogelbusch Biocommodities I must say that there was not a single day I wasn't happy to come to work. This was on the one part for my supervisors, who helped with words and deeds, and my nice colleagues, who would even provide divertissement when I needed it. On the other part it was the project itself.

I gladly accepted the challenge to work - for the most part - independently on my own project. During review and discussion of the results I always felt treated on an equal footing. It was most constructive for me to see that I was able to play a part and my ideas and opinions were taken seriously, even though I was "only the intern". Work itself was very interesting and there was not a moment of boredom or underemployment during the last eight weeks.

I am very happy for this opportunity and I am convinced that I can take a lot from this internship both professionally and personally.