Currently, Interxion is looking for a HR Manager Nordic to develop our staff in our two Nordic locations in greater Stockholm, Sweden and greater Copenhagen, Denmark. Therefore, availability to travel between the two countries is necessary in this role.
We’re always keen to hear from talented individuals who would be interested in working with us. See our current vacancies or register your general interest in joining us.
With 42 data centres in 11 countries, and over 80,100m2 of space, we already have the widest geographic reach of any business in our sector. We’re continuing to drive for more impressive growth. Since 2006 we’ve seen solid growth and have increased our investment in both facilities and employees.
As a leading carrier- and cloud-neutral data centre operator, we employ people with the talent and energy to ensure customer satisfaction and take our business forward. If that sounds like you, then take a look at our current job opportunities listed below. Even if you don’t see an opening that exactly matches your skills and experience, feel free to get in touch and send an open application.
We see ourselves as an open, forward-thinking, equal opportunity employer. We invest in the training and personal development of our people. We also offer competitive remuneration packages, as well as great career opportunities and challenges.
Are you able to deliver excellent results through an engaging and attentive leadership? And are you capable at translating customer needs into best in-class data centre solutions and services every day? Then you might be the right candidate for our newly open position at Interxion Nordics.
The Interxion ICT Systems Architect interfaces with multiple stakeholders in an organization in order to understand the various levels of requirements, the domain, the viable technologies, and anticipated development. The work includes determining multiple design alternatives, assessing such alternatives based on all identified constraints (such as cost, schedule, usability, reliability, maintainability, availability, and so on), and selecting and testing the most suitable options for further usage. The output of such work sets the core properties of ICT systems, and those that are hardest to change later.