Looking for a new challenge?
Since its launch in 2002, Scandinavian Design Center has grown every year. This in turn has meant that we are hiring staff on a regular basis on order to meet the demands of tomorrow.
We are continually looking for talented individuals to join our team. You will find a list of our current open positions below, but you are welcome with an open application any time. In particular, we are looking for knowledgeable staff in the following areas:
At Scandinavian Design Center we work in the following areas:
Logistics & Warehouse
Assortment & Purchase
Marketing & Communication
You are welcome to send your application to email@example.com. For open applications, please write “Job Enquiry” in the subject line.
Right now we are looking for:
Norwegian-Speaking Web Editor
What does the job entail?
As our Norwegian-speaking Web Editor you will be responsible for the Norwegian market and site as a whole. This includes:
• Creating compelling content in the form of copy for the homepage, translating product descriptions as well as all offline material such as flyers.
• In collaboration with our Marketing team, you will be responsible for the marketing for the Norwegian market. This includes digital newsletters, on-site events as well as SEM.
• You will be responsible for the Norwegian customer service. This includes all contact with the customers by phone, E-mail and chat.
You will be working in a dynamic, international team of eight other web editors at our headquarters in Kalmar, Sweden.
Who are we looking for?
The job covers a variety of tasks, allowing you to develop and excel in different skill sets. This is why we are looking for a positive, creative and driven individual with a can-do attitude who is eager to learn something new.
We would like to see a degree in marketing, business administration or similar. Experience in E-commerce is meriting. You need to be fluent in Norwegian, both written and spoken, and have no problems communicating in English (Swedish is a plus).
You are welcome to send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mark your application with “Application: Norwegian-speaking Web Editor”.
Internship: Italian-speaking Market Representative
What can we offer?
The work will cover a wide variety of tasks, from analytical to creative, allowing you to develop different skill sets, as well as an insight into the field of e-commerce with both a domestic and international focus. We are looking for a positive and driven individual with a can-do attitude who is eager to learn something new. We would like to see that you are studying/have studied in the fields of marketing, business administration or similar. Experience in E-commerce is meriting.
You need to be fluent in Italian, both written and spoken and have no problems communicating in English (Swedish is a plus, but not a requirement). Interested? Send your application to Annika.email@example.com. Please write “Application: Italian-speaking Market Representative” as the subject line.
Duration of the internship: 6 months
Starting date: September, 1st 2017
Location: Kalmar, Sweden.
Working at Scandinavian Design Center
Meet Pearl Safari – Intern at Scandinavian Design Center.
Upon commencing my junior year in Sydney, I was interested in an internship that would better my experience in my field of study – International Business. I chose Scandinavian Design Center since it matched my career goals. I’m keen in working for an organization that undertakes global operational activities. Having spent 15 weeks here, I have worked with people of different nationalities in a vibrant work setting.
I was taken under the wing of my mentor, Annika with whom I closely worked with on the English site. I was mostly impressed with the amount of responsibility given to me within a short period. At the company, I was encouraged and supported to develop my own Marketing events. Observing what professionals do helped in gaining new insights about the field. During this journey, I also had a chance to develop my analytical and interpersonal skills.
The internship was not only professional but also a human experience. The hierarchy was very flat, something I experienced for the first time. I would always look forward to the fika and lunch breaks with my colleagues. From time to time, we had after-work activities such as dinners and barbeques, which were always filled with laughter.
I have nothing but praise for all my colleagues, who helped shape this fantastic experience here. The internship was relevant to my studies and has been nothing short of a practical and enriching process. It is something that will be very useful in my future career – which will hopefully continue in Sweden once I graduate.