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  • Norway

  • Hilde Bekier-Larssen

    “Statkraft is a unique opportunity to work with renewable energy.” Why Statkraft? I moved back to Norway after 13 years working abroad to join SN Power in 2008, which in 2014 was integrated into Statkraft ... international environment. Vice President, Business Control, International Hydro, Oslo MSc Marine Technology, NTNU, Norway and MBA, Duke University USA At Statkraft since 2014 Has worked for Schlumberger

  • Can you look after the safety and security of our 4 200 employees around the world?

    around the world? The once all-Norwegian Statkraft has become a worldwide group with projects, power plants and offices on all continents. That challenges the way we take care of our employees. Now, Statkraft ... candidates both from Norway and internationally. Three meetings with the CEO It is a position Marie Butenschøn (27) highly recommends. She is a trainee at Statkraft's central staff in Oslo, Norway. - You will work

  • We offer

    What we offer Statkraft is Europe’s leading producer of renewable energy and the largest power provider in Norway, and we are expanding. We offer freedom to take on responsibility, ... offer Statkraft is Europe’s leading producer of renewable energy and the largest power provider in Norway, and we are expanding. We offer freedom to take on responsibility, good working conditions and opportunities

  • Caroline Østby

    Caroline Østby Portrait of Caroline Østby “Statkraft gives you broad work opportunities within the power & energy sector" Why Statkraft? Statkraft is a highly attractive company with opportunities to work across many aspects of the power and ... Operations & IT, Strategic Market Analysis MSc Industrial Economics and Technology Management, NTNU, Norway At Statkraft since 2002

  • Mehmet Katmer

    Mehmet Katmer Portrait of Mehmet Katmer “I think Statkraft is one of those unique companies where you really feel appreciated and valuable as an individual employee.” Why Statkraft? Because ... in different parts of Turkey, both our construction projects and our operations of current power plants. What motivates you? I am motivated by being part of a team working towards a common goal, such as

  • Martin Gjerde

    Martin Gjerde Portrait of Martin Gjerde “Statkraft to me is a solid company that takes good care of its employees.” Why Statkraft? Statkraft represented a very good opportunity for me to ... transactions in the group. Currently, I am working much with valuations of wind power projects both in Norway and abroad. How is a typical day at work? There is no such thing as a typical day I must say. It

  • Students

    Students and recent graduates Trainee and mentor collaborating Statkraft is a leader in the development of renewable energy, and will remain at the forefront in the future. Statkraft has ... will be part of a established, healthy and ambitious company, one which offers you opportunities in Norway and abroad An induction programme which gives you a comprehensive introduction to the entire Statkraft

  • Sunniva Holmås Eidsvoll

    Sunniva Holmås Eidsvoll An open office with multiple floors. “I started my career in Statkraft, to actively take part in solving the world's climate challenges.” Why Statkraft? I ... will be wrong. Large and possibly disruptive changes, with an increasing number of small-scale power plants and new battery technology, could turn the energy industry upside down. Therefore, we are working

  • Bjørn Mo Østgren

    Bjørn Mo Østgren Power plants at sea “I was seeking to develop further in renewable energy. Statkraft’s clear strategy on pure energy attracted me. The new industry growth in offshore ... Bjørn Mo Østgren Power plants at sea “I was seeking to develop further in renewable energy. Statkraft’s clear strategy on pure energy attracted me. The new industry growth in offshore wind served a positive

  • Eduardo Fonseca

    Eduardo Fonseca Eduardo Fonseca in action “The opportunity for fast-paced learning across areas of competence and even geographies is for me extremely motivating.” Why Statkraft? I first ... a job opening in SN Power back in 2012 I immediately decided to apply. The opportunity to move to Norway and join the Statkraft while gaining exposure to emerging markets was in my view a brilliant challenge

  • Dr. Konstantin Wiegandt

    Dr. Konstantin Wiegandt Windpower plant. “I am inspired by the international atmosphere created by my colleagues: very well-educated people from all over the world working on the same goal.” Why Statkraft ... work in the Continental Asset Optimization team, where we manage the dispatch of Statkraft’s power plants outside of the Nordics, optimize the forecasting of our renewable energy production - stemming to

  • Kadri Güben

    multinational company. What is your role today? I am the Maintenance Manager of Kargı Hydropower Plant and super user for SAP PM in Turkey. How is a typical day at work? Every morning I perform daily routines ... is to train the staff and give them feedback as they perform their work. As Kargi is a brand new plant with some start-up challenges, it is highly important to analyze the root cause of these issues. Moreover

  • Introduction program

    Introduction programme People collaborating at office As a new Statkraft employee, you will be given a thorough introduction and understanding of our way of working. The aim is to provide ... activities, strategies and plans. All new employees also receive an offer of a trip to a hydropower plant. Your line manager will give you a personal introduction programme, in which you receive information