Our trainee programme starting on 1 September 2018 is now open for applications. Application deadline is 25 February 2018.
As a trainee specialising in administration you'll rotate between different departments, giving you all-round knowledge of administration in general. You'll get the chance to solve tasks within, for example, project management, accounting, customer centre, procurement, communication and HR administration.
As a trainee specialising in communication, you'll become familiar with our internal and external online platforms, branding and internal communication through rotation. You'll get an administrative education, and you'll be working with many different disciplines within communication.
As a trainee specialising in finances, you'll get an insight into some of the many different tasks that a finance department solves, for example, booking of invoices, purchase orders, registration of creditors, balancing of creditor accounts and VAT declaration. You'll also be involved in bookkeeping tasks and preparation of annual reports and travel expense reports as well as cashier's duties.
As an IT support trainee, you'll get the opportunity to work with a number of IT support tasks. Among other things, you'll perform user administration and support both Danish and foreign colleagues on Windows 7, the Microsoft Office suite and various business applications. In addition, you'll get insight into both internal and external communication through your work.
An all-round training plan ensures that you'll gain experience with many different areas of responsibility and tasks within your speciality. You'll draft the plan together with your supervisor at the beginning of your traineeship in order to ensure that you learn what's most relevant for you. The plan focuses on the objectives you must achieve while you're working for the department. Moreover, you'll have ongoing evaluation meetings with your supervisor, where you evaluate your work in the department.
In the course of your traineeship, you'll complete several training courses lasting typically one week. The training courses comprise both mandatory and optional classes.
You'll complete the programme with a vocational test, which ensures that you have reached all of the programme's goals. You must formulate a research question, set goals, carry out an assignment within a defined work area in Ørsted and complete the assignment with an oral exam at your school.
We expect that you: