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Career opportunities

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:

Customer Service
Logistics & Warehouse
Assortment & Purchase
Marketing & Communication

You are welcome to send your application to For open applications, please write “Job Enquiry” in the subject line.

As part of our growing team, we are now looking for a German Web Editor/Copy writer in order to strengthen our international profile and to create a world-class shopping experience on our site. You will be a key player in our International Market Team, helping us reach our German customer base with qualitative and persuasive content.


You have…

  • Natural talent for creating engaging content in German. You write amazing copy and have a hawk-like attention to detail.
  • A knack for working in Excel and with large quantities of data
  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

A genuine interest in interior design is of course always a plus!



  • Balance efficiency and qualitative output to create copy that is on-brand and on-brief
  • You thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • You are a natural problem-solver and have no problem adapting to new systems
  • You are fluent in German and speak English or Swedish.
  • You have a passion for sales and know how to speak to customers
  • You are excited about change and tackling new challenges daily in an expanding company


Your tasks will include…

  • Creating a wide array of copy that includes, but is not limited to: product data and descriptions, newsletter content, banner and on-site content
  • Quality improvement work
  • Additional administrative tasks depending on season


Ready to be a part of it?

Send your application in German to Please include a CV, personal letter and recent writing sample if available. Write “German Web Editor” in the subject line of the Email.
Starting date: As soon as possible, but flexible.
Apply latest by the 31st of January. Applications are processed on an ongoing basis.
Full time employment.

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.