Omega looking to hire 20 graduate system developers
Client contracts and rapid growth bring with them new opportunities for talented people. Before the year is out, Omega is looking to hire 20 promising graduate system developers at locations all over Norway.
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“Omega has won several large contracts recently and we are currently experiencing strong growth. To meet the increasing demand for our systems, we want to hire more system developers at our Norwegian offices in Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim, Haugesund, and Ølensvåg,” says Department Manager in Omega's IT Consulting business, Håvard Lea Olsen.
On November 26, interested parties will have the opportunity to find out exactly what it’s like to be a part of Omega’s graduate system developer program, when the company opens its doors to potential applicants via a digital presentation on Teams.
The digital presentation will provide graduate developers with an insight into Omega’s projects, technologies, and working culture. Omega representatives that have completed the graduate program in recent years will share their own experiences, and Chief Technology Officer in Omega PS, Jan Christian Brataas, will also be on hand to answer any questions potential applicants may have.
The presentation will be held digitally via Teams and questions that attendees may have for Omega should be submitted in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Omega is best known for its project management tool, Pims, which the company has provided to projects within oil and gas, healthcare, infrastructure, and energy and construction. Omega also assists clients with the provision of project personnel to projects across many sectors in Norway and around the world.
Omega’s headquarters is located in Ølensvåg in Rogaland. The company has regional offices in Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim, and Oslo, as well as international offices in Denmark, Sweden, Great Britain, USA, Canada, Guyana, Australia, Lithuania, France, and Singapore.
Omega’s 1300 employees all work to ensure that Omega is “Big enough to deliver – small enough to care” and have created results that provided Omega with a turnover of 1,9 billion NOK in 2019.