Kick-start your career

At Energi Danmark we place importance on both newly qualified graduates as well as experienced professionals. As a new employee you will always receive a thorough introduction to the Energi Danmark Group as well as an insight into the organisation's departments and areas of work.

It can be difficult to find potential employees who are qualified and experienced and who are also familiar with the energy market and all its facets. Energi Danmark therefore trains its employees within the various aspects of energy trading.

Several Energi Danmark employees have started their careers as apprentices at one of the many Energi Danmark branches. As a apprentice you will normally be matched with a more experienced colleague who can provide guidance and answer questions as needed.

Your Profile

Are you committed, analytical and able to quickly gain a good overview of situations? Perhaps it is you that we are missing.
You probably have a financial qualification such as a BSc, MSc in economics or MSc in business or banking, ideally combined with a qualification from a business school. First and foremost, you will be a team player but you must also be able to work independently and keep a cool head as you will quickly be allocated your own area of responsibility. You will have a constant interest in the financial markets and you will be customer-oriented and good at establishing trust.

Are you a student or a graduate?

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Here you will find interviews with newly qualified employees and apprentices at Energi Danmark as well as MSc students that collaborate with us.

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You can read more about your possibilities as a newly qualified candidate in our brochure: Explore Your Potential

Watch our video presentation of the Energi Danmark Group here.

Meet the Employees

Your work is highly valued and useful, and that really encouraged me to write a good thesis.
As a Trainee, it is a really good training where you get to be involved in many tasks and I feel that there is a high potential for professional development.