Meet Novicell

Novicell like to have fun!

As a company, Novicell like to ensure that their employees have a fun time. Employees are encouraged to engage in social activities together, both during and after working hours or travel to the other offices. Having a pleasant experience at work is paramount. People are driven to be creative and try new things. Novicell believes it is better to try something and fail than to not try at all.

If you manage to reach the bottom of this page you'll find a slideshow of our colleagues having fun!

Space for questions and sharing

It is crucial for our company that we renew our knowledge and dare to try new things. Here are a few examples of actions that make us wiser.

CodeCamp

Periodically, developers meet for food and sharing of new technologies worth discussing.

Management Training

As the company grows, we lift organisational and managerial competencies with the employees.

Kick Off

Every spring, we all go on an extended weekend and work on new initiatives through workshops and team building.

Kick off 2018

All employees from Denmark, Spain, UK and Norway was united at our annual kick off event!

To get an idea and dribble with it

At Novicell, people are driven by creating something new and developing - whether it's professional or by putting on running shoes after work: We rather people attack and make mistakes than to hesitate and do nothing. It gives employees the courage to come up with new ideas. When someone comes up with an idea, it is taken seriously: New module in Umbraco? Work away in Barcelona? Bike riding? We will try it all!

There is a great deal of confidence that new initiatives can be successful, and it gives a certain amount of cheer in the building when it happens. 

We cannot sit still

After work, many things take place with everything from vegan food to wine tasting and kayaking. We will also arrange pizza and FIFA tournament as a warm-up to our annual international event.
 
In fact, we also have our very own house orchestra and a nice Friday bar in the basement with old school gaming machines, model trains, darts and table tennis. Most of us have spent quite a few hours here!
 
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We look after our employees

We encourage everyone to go home or socialise as soon as work finishes. We encourage hard work but don't want people to overwork themselves.

Christmas Party

Every year, we celebrate the good year, with a big christmas party!

Activities

You are never bored. There are always colleagues up for activities such as UV hunting, band rehearsal, bike rides or a game of Lords of Waterdeep or FIFA; the list is endless.

Breakfast

Every Monday we discuss the weekend over some free breakfast.

Project Zambia

Novicell has chosen to support the Danish association Eventure with their project titled 'Project Zambia', which aims to build useful facilities in northern Zambia. The project includes the development of both a sports boarding school and a nursery.

Read more about Project Zambia

Are you Flink & Flittig?

We are constantly hiring new employees, so send us your CV - even if there are no job postings that suit you.

You are also always welcome to come and visit us for a chat and a cup of coffee. We really want to meet you!

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Novicell in numbers

266+

Employees

7

Departments in Aarhus, Copenhagen, Ebeltoft, London, Oslo, Barcelona and Madrid

20+

Nationalities

Just as we have a bike team, there should be a running team. I grabbed a running coach; Now we have 28 people to run Aarhus City Halfmarathon - both experienced and inexperienced runners. That's cool!

 

Anne Brøndum, HR Legal Consultant

From Geek to Tech Lead

Peter Holm Jakobsen won the very first edition of Novicell's annual student challenge, Geek Challenge, in 2013. Today, he is in our Sitecore department as a tech leader in an exciting project, and Peter's story is outstanding:

"It is apparent at Novicell that as long as you are successful and create results, then the possibilities must be endless. And then no one asks whether you are a student assistant, a full-time developer or something else."