Developer - The Øresund region

Are you a system developer? Do you want to influence your own development and the company you are working for? Right now we are looking for driven system developers who want to participate in our expansion in the Øresund region!

Who are you?

We are looking for system developers who want to work as a consultant. You are driven by your work, curious about new technology and want to work for a company where you’ll have the opportunity to influence the future. You have at least a couple of years of work experience in any of the following areas:

  • .NET 
  • Java
  • JavaScript

Helsingborg or Malmo

Why work at Edument

Edument is not like other companies. We are a knowledge-based company where our skills and desire for new knowledge are what characterize us, whether you are a consultant or a teacher. In addition to being a part of the Edument family and working closely with uniquely skilled colleagues, there are many other benefits.

You will have free access to our courses, (for a current list check out, and you will also get your own budget for external courses and conferences. Freedom and responsibility to both choose what assignments are interesting to you, and what new skills you wish to develop. After you’ve developed  more into the Edument role, we hope that you’ll evolve into a teacher, give speeches at conferences and write articles. We believe strongly that investing in your personal brand is good for both you, and our company. If you’re interested in traveling, we offer exciting opportunities like our #waaayoutofoffice concept! See the world while working on exciting assignments!

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