We are looking for an internal IT assistant to help us out with all kinds of IT issues three days per week. As our daily go-to-person, you will get a key role in handling day-to-day IT tasks – from 1:1 support to ensuring that all work stations are fully functioning.
You will get the everyday responsibility for supporting:
Furthermore, you will be in charge of setting up new computers and iPhones and resetting old ones.
Working for us, you will join an international economics firm that is among the best in the world. We are 75 employees located at offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Brussels. Our working environment is young and dynamic, and the office is placed in central Copenhagen.
How to apply?
Please send your application including CV and other relevant material to email@example.com no later than 31 August 2017. Interviews are carried out continually. You are welcome to contact Martin Søgaard Nielsen for further information.
About Copenhagen Economics A/S
Copenhagen Economics is one of the leading economics firms in Europe. Founded in 2000, the firm currently employs more than 75 staff operating from our offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Brussels. The Global Competition Review (GCR) lists Copenhagen Economics among the Top-21 economic consultancies in the world, and has done so since 2006.
Copenhagen Economics continuously hires research assistants for full- or part-time positions at our Copenhagen and Stockholm offices. Working with us, you will be part of a challenging international environment, solving cases for regulatory authorities and private companies in Scandinavia and Europe within many areas of business; among them trade, competition, postal services, transport, and energy. You will have a chance to develop your skills in economics – through formal training, teamwork, and professional discussions with experienced consultants.
Who are you?
First of all, we are looking for ambitious students, who are eager to apply economic theory to real life problems. As reality often constrains the application of models, you should have a problem solving approach, be motivated by problems and take personal pride in solving them elegantly. We expect you to be a master or bachelor student in economics. You communicate effortlessly in English, and working knowledge of Danish or Swedish is a big plus.
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How to apply?
Please send your application including a cover letter, CV, academic transcripts, and other relevant material to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your application, please indicate
Even if we currently do not have any vacant positions, we welcome unsolicited applications.
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