25. January 2021
Imagine a future where you build the bridge between massive amounts of renewable energy and European consumersThe Ørsted Graduate Programme is designed to unleash your potential and give you a unique opportunity of a fast-tracked career in Ørsted. We offer you an intense two-year developmental journey where youll learn from experts within your field and get international project experience, tools to drive innovation, and a strong cross-functional network with other talents.The Graduate journeyOur Graduate Programme consists of two-three rotations, where youll solve business challenges, be responsible for your own assignments, and be engaged in our day-to-day business decisions.In one of your rotations, youll be part of a specialised team of model developers, IT developers, and analysts who develop forecasts and analyses that provide our trading floor with a strong basis for data and statistically driven decision-making in the daily operation of our Danish power stations, wind turbines, electric boilers, heat pumps, and solar PV. In the subsequent rotations youll have the possibility to develop your skills and expand your network in other parts of Ørsted.Youll play an important role in:introducing new methods and tools for advanced analytics and programming to the teampreparing advanced analytics to be used for decision support for our tradersidentifying, maturing, and implementing new business opportunitiescooperating with developers on improvements of our existing data analyticsadapting and scaling our analytics, so they can be used in a global Group context.To succeed in this role, you:have a masters degree in statistics, IT, E-business, engineering, or another relevant field from before 1 September 2021 with great resultshave strong analytical skills, a high level of personal drive, and a high learning abilityhave knowledge of machine learning concepts (supervised and unsupervised learning) and data analyticshave an interest in programming, technology, and digitalisation.Join a world leader in green energyØrsted is a global leader in offshore wind energy and ranked the worlds most sustainable company. To be a frontrunner, we invest significantly in employee development and from the moment you join us, well support your personal and professional growth. Here, youll get the opportunities that will unleash your full potential, and youll experience a collaborative, diverse, and dynamic work environment.The best first step youll ever takeSend your CV and most recent grade transcripts, and answer five motivational questions as soon as possible and no later than 13 January 2021. Well conduct interviews shortly after. Youll find the motivational questions on our graduate site and in the application form.Please dont hesitate to write to email@example.com if you have any questions.Meet some of our graduatesExperience what its like to be a graduate in Ørsted. Hear their stories and read about how weve teamed up with SingularityU Nordic to give you the tools to master innovation and turn visions into reality here.About the jobApplication deadline: 13 January 2021Country: DenmarkWorkplace: Gentofte, SkærbækWorking hours: Full-timeEmployment type: Graduate programmeContact personGraduate firstname.lastname@example.orgAbout Ørsted6,000 employees worldwide.Headquartered in Denmark and located in 13 countries.Ørsted develops, constructs and operates offshore and onshore wind farms, solar farms, energy storage facilities, and bioenergy plants, and provides energy products to its customers.Our vision is to create a world that runs entirely on green energy.An inclusive teamØrsted wants all employees to have the same opportunities for impact and growth, regardless of age, nationality, disability, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or beliefs. Were committed to secure an inclusive work environment characterised by a respect for all people so everyone feels free to openly share their input and ideas.What we offerVery high employee satisfaction and motivation.Continuous learning and development for all employees.An innovative environment that encourages diverse perspectives.Pension scheme, health insurance and five weeks of holiday plus 10 paid days off*.Pension scheme, health insurance and five weeks of holiday entitled by the Danish Holiday Act. In addition to the five weeks of holiday, youll also receive a total of 10 paid days off for holiday purposes and fixed holidays per holiday year. For new employees, the allocation of paid holidays is made on a pro rata basis, depending on the date of employment.