Who we are
Nitor, The Digital Engineering Company, boasts nearly 200 experts in software development, design, lean-agile transformation, business strategy and data science in the Nordics. We like to solve problems of the difficult kind, together and with our clients. That's how we evolve with every challenge and opportunity. It's something we like to call sustainable digital development.
We share our expertise by coaching, facilitating and training our customers to adopt the new ways of working and leading their business. We have trained thousands of employees from the top Nordic organisations in our courses, in a classroom setting and online. You can see our current training schedule here.
What we are looking for
Do you already have experience in organising online and offline events and meet-ups? Suppose you have also worked with online marketing and social media campaigns, and you are familiar with the tools like Google Ads and Analytics. In that case, this job ad is written especially for you! We are looking for a Training and Marketing Specialist to help us in organising and marketing our courses and training.
As a Training and Marketing Specialist, you'll be one of the key customer contacts in everything related to our courses and training in Sweden. The work includes digital advertising and social media campaigns, managing course schedules and sign-ups, and preparing offers, invoicing, and other course administration tasks. We expect you to communicate fluently in Swedish and English.
You'll be keeping all the threads in your hands to make sure our training offering is easily accessible to the right audience. But you won't be in it alone! Your co-workers in Stockholm and Helsinki will be right there beside you. We are relentless about improving our way of working and hope you are self-driven in developing your work.
The role is part-time to start with, but we hope it turns into a full-time job in 1-2 years. This position could be ideal for a university student looking to graduate in a couple of years or a person returning from parental leave to work part-time.