At Energi Danmark we place importance on both experienced professionals as well as newly qualified graduates. As a new employee, you will always receive a thorough and individual introduction to your areas of work, the Group and the electricity market in general.
Several Energi Danmark employees have started their careers as apprentices at one of the many Energi Danmark branches. As an apprentice, you will normally be matched with a more experienced colleague who can provide guidance and answer questions as needed.
Would you like to be a part of an international Group with ambitions and freedom with responsibility? Are you committed, solution-oriented and proactive in your approach to new tasks? Then it might be you that we need. Take a look at our vacant positions.
You probably have an interest in the financial markets and preferably have an insight into the energy markets. You are a team player but are also capable of working independently as you will quickly be given your own area of responsibility.
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September 18 2018. At Energi Danmark we have more employees who have started as student employees or who have written their thesis with us. It is always a pleasure when they want to continue their journey with us. One of them is Mathias Jørgensen who went from Student Assistant to Junior Trade Supporter.
September 11 2018. Overview, preparation and being one step ahead are some of the key words in managing the job as Junior IT Project Manager. Henriette joined Energi Danmark just after finishing her studies in September 2017.
August 21 2018. At the Energi Danmark Group, we are very happy when previous colleagues choose to return to the Group. In March 2017, we welcomed Kell Pradsgaard Nielsen back to Energi Danmark in our Trading Department in Aarhus. We asked him what motivated him to come back and how he looks at Energi Danmark and the Trading department.
The energy markets have experienced a week of further price falls, and the otherwise steadily climbing carbon emissions market has shown that the higher the climb, the further there is to fall, and the fall could be significant.