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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January 8 2019. Our Client Coordinator in Energi Försäljning Sverige, Marcus Jönsson, began his career in the Group in 2012. Some of his key strengths are his ability to think outside the box and keep learning.
December 13 2018. Jesper Wessel is employed as Student Assistant in our Customers department. A position that requires both all-round skills and a good overview. Meanwhile Jesper is also about to finish his thesis in technology based business development in cooperation with Energi Danmark.
November 27 2018. Nikolaj Kolstrup began his career as financial trainee at Energi Danmark in 2013, and after finishing his education, he was employed as Financial Assistant. Today, Nikolaj can call himself Financial Controller at Energi Danmark. Structure, overview and the ability to keep being curious are some of his key strengths.
The temperatures have dropped below the norm in the Nordic region, and the prospects of the cold continuing for the remainder of the month caused the electricity prices to rise last week. All of Europe is affected by the cold weather.