Meet some of the brightest tech people in Danske Commodities for an informal breakfast meeting and gain insight into what it’s like working there. You get to see the company from the inside and can ask all your relevant questions regarding them as an employer and what a future job and application process would look like.
Note: The seats are limited for this event, so please get in touch with us ASAP if you are prevented so another student can get your seat. Reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: Værkmestergade 3, 8000 Aarhus C
When: Thursday, November 2, 08.30 – 10.00
What: At this breakfast, you will meet some of Danske Commodities tech employees, who will give you a little glimpse into their daily tasks and share insights on how it is working as an IT professional in DC. After breakfast, they will stick around and happily answer all your questions during this informal breakfast.
Here are the cool people you are having breakfast with:
Name: Lærke Bøggild Sørensen
Education: IT, Kommunikation og Organisation (ITKO)
Role & Team: Implementation Consultant, Product Implementation
Your Danske Commodities story in a few headlines: Junior Executive Assistant to full-time Consultant in a year
The coolest thing about Danske Commodities: The fast pace, high complexity and great colleagues, who make working fun!
Name: Thomas Fisker Christensen
Education: Master Computer Science (2006 Aalborg University)
Role & Team: Software Architect in ETRM SD
Your Danske Commodities story in a few headlines: Started on April 23, so still relatively new
The coolest thing about Danske Commodities: The people
Name: Victor Bertram Jensen
Education: BSc. Economics and Business Administration MSc. International Economic Consulting (ongoing)
Role & Team: Junior Implementation Consultant, Product Implementation
Your Danske Commodities story in a few headlines: Market Entry Brazil – Trade Surveillance – Australian Options – Service providing Equinor PPA initiative
The coolest thing about Danske Commodities: You get a lot of responsibility from a very early stage, and you also get a lot of freedom to execute on the tasks you’re given. However, there is always someone there to support you, and I have always found colleagues from both my own team and other teams very helpful and supportive.
Name: Mathias Stensgaard Veje
Education: I have a master’s degree in computer science from Aarhus University
Role & Team: I am a developer and scrum master on my team.
Your Danske Commodities story in a few headlines: Started at DC in 2020 as my second IT job, mostly remotely because of Corona – Slowly learned the full stack – Started taking more responsibility and started designing big projects – Helped with our transition to Scrum – Became scrum master after half a year of Scrum.
The coolest thing about Danske Commodities: I like our focus on reliability and scaling. And especially how we are given the time and resources to refactor and redo code that is no longer adequate.
Name: Kevin Vollesen Schønberg
Education: I got my BSc in Computer Engineering this summer and have just started on a MSc in Computer Engineering
Role & Team: I am a student employee working as a Junior Software Developer in ETRM SD which is a part of Technology
Your Danske Commodities story in a few headlines: I started in August 2022 – From the beginning I got to work on a new project, which was a very nice introduction to the entire development process – Now I work with tasks closer to what the rest of team are doing
The coolest thing about Danske Commodities: We celebrate our wins, even the small ones and often with cake
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Danske Commodities is fusing skills like coding and advanced analytics with well-proven trading strategies and market experience. Their traders are evolving into tech-driven trader hybrids, working shoulder-to-shoulder with quants and software developers, who have become indispensable on their power and gas trading floors.