Do you want to join the technological revolution? Tendium is looking for a Part-Time Danish Speaking Junior Analyst to join the team.
Tendium is looking for extraordinary students to join our team as part-time Danish Speaking Junior Analysts.
Tendium is a tech company working in the space between technology and customers. Through advanced machine-learning technologies, we are revolutionising industries with modern, efficient methods, creating new possibilities to democratise both the public and the private sector markets. The team at Tendium is expanding, with everyone from data scientists to salespeople working side by side, and now we want you to join us.
We are an ever-growing company comprised of some of the sharpest minds in Sweden. With such talent, we at Tendium naturally believe in a flat hierarchy, where everyone has responsibility, autonomy and the opportunity to provide input. Since we are increasing in size significantly, new opportunities are emerging constantly. We require ambitious, conscientious and value-driven new colleagues to help grow the business. If you are successful in becoming a part of our team, we promise to provide a dynamic, intellectually stimulating workplace. We believe that personal and professional development is crucial and as such you will have the opportunity to take on real responsibility from day one.
As a part-time Danish Speaking Junior Analyst, you will work with customer deliveries, the very core operation of the company. Your tasks will mainly be assisting with the collection of complex data from government agencies, which will be your first step into a growing business with lots of opportunities. Your contribution will have a huge impact and thus it is of great importance that you are accurate and have a good eye for detail. As we work to maintain a high standard, it is important that you take ownership of your work. We are a technology-driven company, and you will work in our proprietary systems as well as in Microsoft Office and G Suite, so you should feel comfortable in a digital workplace.
A typical profile for this role is a first or second-year student of business or accounting, with an interest in politics/the public sector. Having some knowledge of accounting and experience using Microsoft Excel would also be beneficial. You should have a technical and analytical mindset, and take pride in producing quality work. Meanwhile, you should be critical, comfortable with complexity and have the ability to navigate the unknown.
It is a requirement for this role that candidates can speak Danish at a native/fluent level and also English at a professional level.
Depending on your ambition there will be further opportunities to work with projects of your preference within the company, e.g. market analysis and data classification.
It is our expectation that the role will be part-time, initially requiring around 10 hours per week. The exact hours and days worked can be very flexible and there is of course the potential for the hours to increase over time.
We look forward to your application. We recruit on an ongoing basis, so apply as soon as possible. Successful candidates will be invited to a video interview where you will have the opportunity to meet the team.
Please find additional information on our recruitment process here.