At Nofence, you will use your skills to create a positive difference. Not just for animals and farmers, but for the environment. We believe in the potential of sustainable agriculture, and genuinely believe that our grazing technology can be the biggest technological change in agriculture since the tractor.
We strongly believe in a hybrid workstyle, mixing the best of two worlds. Work together with your colleagues face to face in real life, but also connect and work remote. Combining the best technology and workstyle, bringing people together in hackathons and project workshops, (not only team building exercises), we will bring our HQ, new hubs and remote workers together in one team. Our HQ is based in Batnfjordsøra, and our current hubs are located in Oslo and Telford UK. Tell us where you are and why you want to join us!
As a small company that is still in our early stages, our way of working is evolving and growing, and you will have the opportunity to make an impact on how we do things. As our colleague you will be part of an exciting company with enormous ambitions for international growth.
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I have always dreamed of working with technology to accomplish something meaningful. Working in a small company is really gratifying. You get the opportunity to go deep into certain issues and work with different areas of technology. I am constantly learning something new!
Isn't it fantastic? "Virtual fencing" sounds narrow, but we are fundementally chaning agriculture. If the whole world started using Nofence, we can offset extremely high emissions. Simply by using grazing animals and the soil, as nature has designed it.
My job is to open people's eyes. The product is simply awsome! Imagine what it can do for the world. People ask how I can be concerned about the climate crisis, and still fight for more red meat? "It's not the cow, it's the how". With the right use of grazing animals, research shows that we can even reduce CO2 in the atmosphere.
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