OX2 Wind Trainee Program 2017

2017-05-18

Do you want to make a difference in society, work in an innovative company, develop your entrepreneurial skills, sharpen your deal-making abilities and be part of an industry leading team?

If yes, you are welcome to apply!
We offer graduates a 12 month program to prepare for a successful career. By engaging in the core of OX2 Wind’s business you will truly get to know our vision toward a 100% sustainable and renewable energy sector and how it creates profit and value to all – investors, users and environment alike. You will gain skills from a wide range of business areas, build an extensive network, enjoy a steep learning curve and get trained both on and off site.

Other program highlights

  • A minimum of 3 positions, each 4 months in various OX2 departments – tailormade to suit both personality and interest
  • High involvement and continuous exposure to top management
  • Leadership training and international experience

A successful match
You will easily fit in our team if you are a top performer, analytical with high numerical skills, highly structured, humble, transparent, confident with a “healthy ego”, a trouble shooter, curious, proactive and enjoy both independent and team work. In addition, great people and communication skills in combination with a genuine interest in deal-making and business creativity.

OX2 Brahehus wind farm, Jönköping, Sweden.

About OX2 Wind
OX2 Wind is part of the OX2 Group that develops, builds, finances and manages renewable energy plants in the Nordic countries and Continental Europe. The group strives towards a 100% sustainable and renewable energy sector. By increasing the amount of renewable energy available and, at the same time, generating benefits for both the environment and investors, OX2 constantly drive progress towards a common goal – a sustainable future.

OX2 Wind Trainee Program is powered by HH&P Executive Search.

Apply on: ox2@holmhenning.se before May 21, 2017
Program start: September 1, 2017

Join us in reshaping the future of energy.

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