Best kept secret in the IT job market
Statkraft may be best known as an energy company. But we offer great opportunities within a wide range of IT and IT related technology jobs.
Statkraft is where challenges meet their match. We’re one global team working together on one major global issue, and we all take responsibility to do our bit.
The best and brightest minds, all trusted to do what’s right – and what’s smartest. We support each other and we learn from each other. It’s how we get better, move faster and take on complex problems. And it’s why we’re working to make sure that every decision, right across the business, stays in the most capable hands. Ours.
Why not join us?
We offer exciting opportunities within IT and information technology please check this out among our vacant positions:
Is data our new renewable resource?
Can mountains of data save the future? We address these and many other questions when 30 clever Statkraft employees come together to compete in a "Hackathon" on digitalisation and the green energy...
Physical algorithmic trading: Quick decisions
With an ever-increasing share of renewable energy sources in the power grid, digital solutions for energy trading have become indispensable. Based on carefully developed algorithms, traders can op...
Workplace flexibility, hybrid working
A lot has happened since March 2020 when it comes to how we work in Statkraft. The pandemic has truly changed the way many of us collaborate with colleagues, teams, and leaders, and what we value in ...
Machine learning: Teaching power plants to speak
The hydropower plants in Norway are getting on in years. This means costly maintenance and large reinvestments. What if the power plants could tell us what they needed and when?
Financial algorithmic trading: Humans and machines join forces
In financial algorithmic trading, expectations of future trends in the energy market are bought and sold based on automated trading patterns. The interaction between machines and humans opens up...
Flexibility is a must-have!
Who would have thought that an infectious virus would be a catalyst for organisational development in businesses across the world?