Join the Hydraulic Revolution!

Your Career: Innovation and great results are driven by the right mix of people with diverse backgrounds, personalities, skills, and perspectives. In Danfoss, we call them high-performing diverse teams.

Within the Danfoss Digital Displacement® team, we want to attract passionate, forward-thinking minds who want to make the world a greener place to join our team in our state-of-the-art facility based outside Edinburgh, Scotland.

With career opportunities in multiple specialisms, we would be delighted to hear from individuals with experience or interests in;

– Engineering disciplines
– Manufacturing/Quality Control
– Technological Sales/Commercials
– Graduates and PHD candidates
– School Leavers/Apprenticeships

See our live roles below. If there are no current live roles in your area of interest available, you may send a speculative CV to (email address here) for further information and consideration.

About the Digital Displacement® Business

The Digital Displacement® Portfolio of ground-breaking pumps have been designed by Danfoss engineers to be easily integrated into standard machines.

The technology will have an impact by replacing a standard pump with a multi-outlet, digitally enabled pump, which provides improved productivity and control. Additionally, better fuel consumption and the potential to downsize engines or battery packs.

Digital Displacement is a disruptive technology which radically increases efficiency and lowers fuel consumption wherever hydraulic fluid power is required.

It has global potential to reduce CO2 emissions in industrial and off-highway machinery.

The technology is particularly appealing to customers because it improves efficiency, productivity and control and reduces fuel consumption in sectors where it is technically challenging to decarbonise.

About Danfoss Scotland Ltd

Danfoss are establishing a new manufacturing presence in Edinburgh to deliver products to the market, while establishing Edinburgh as the Centre of Excellence for this R&D.

The building will be carbon neutral when operational and will be the global centre of Research and design and manufacturing for technologies with a £25 million investment.

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