Serving the purpose of becoming fossil-free within one generation, Vattenfall recently announced its new campaign aimed at acquiring the services of around 1000 engineers and technicians.
The jobs will be available in 100 locations across Sweden from Jokkmok to Ystad. Dag Svensson, the head of HR at Vattenfall, reiterated the fact that this talent hunt will showcase the advantages of working for a progressive company which is offering different positions, ranging from engineers, project managers, service technicians and project planners, mainly in the nuclear power sector.
Other jobs feature positions in distribution, maintenance, hydro power and wind power sectors.
Offering great career development paths, the campaign which runs until December 15 will mostly focus on candidates with the relevant work experience and new graduates, with Vattenfall hoping to attract diverse employees, each with his own valuable skill set and background.
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Vattenfall is a leading European energy company, which for more than 100 years has electrified industries, supplied energy to people’s homes and modernised our way of living through innovation and cooperation. We now want to make fossil-free living possible within one generation. That’s why we are driving the transition to a sustainable energy system through initiatives in renewable production and climate smart energy solutions for our customers.
A cornerstone of our strategy to become 100% fossil free within one generation is what we call our “CO2 roadmap“. This roadmap contains the key building blocks for how to achieve this ambition, together with (city) partners, customers and regulators.
We employ approximately 20,000 people and have operations mainly in Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, the UK and Finland. Vattenfall is owned by the Swedish state.
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