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Charlie Taylor

A global career – in Sweden

Published: July 4, 2022, 7:00 AM Updated: July 6, 2022, 2:56 p.m.At Hitachi Energy, there is a role for everyone who is interested in societal issues and sustainability – the internal labor market is almost as broad as the external one. Here, everything from engineers in software and construction to managerial positions in finance and specialists in health and safety interact. All work performed is based on creating long-term sustainability for everyone. This has been the case ever since the foundation for what is today Hitachi Energy was laid in Sweden in 1883. Because even though the business has previously been part of Asea, and later ABB, the values ​​have largely remained the same: the core of the corporate culture is curiosity and the desire to learn new things. All in order to ultimately be able to contribute to a better society. – In Sweden, we take electricity for granted. This is not the case in the rest of the world, where about 10 percent of the population lacks a stable electricity supply. Getting access to electricity is life-changing. Suddenly you can read the homework after dark, easier to cook and communicate with the outside world. Electricity supply makes a difference, and the need will only increase in the future, says Jenny Lundberg, HR manager for Hitachi Energy in Sweden.See vacancies at Hitachi hereAlthough Hitachi Energy has the whole world as its market, the heart of the business is in Sweden, from Piteå in the north to Malmö in the south. The largest site is in Ludvika and Västerås, where you need to recruit 1,000 new employees in the coming year. The fact that the company has hundreds of different roles to offer means that many employees stay throughout their careers in the business – even over generations. – With us, you can have a lifelong career, either by constantly immersing yourself in the same expertise, or by switching between different functions and devices. It is an encouraging culture where we care that each individual employee should have the opportunity to reach their full potential – regardless of whether you have worked here for a long time, come in the middle of your career, are a trainee or recent graduate, says Isabel Baena, global HR Head of the HVDC business unit at Hitachi Energy and continues: – Lifelong learning also comes from our great diversity. We employ people from over 60 nationalities and there are great opportunities to work from Sweden but with the whole world as an arena, as well as working abroad in our own offices and our customers’ sites. Different perspectives and a variety of experiences and skills naturally contribute to a very innovative environment, where personal development is a natural part. – We are proud that there is a strong tradition of changing careers internally, we would be nothing without our employees who have continuously the opportunity to learn and develop in a workplace where diversity and inclusion are in our DNA, concludes Jenny Lundberg.Read more about Hitachi’s sustainability workAbout Hitachi Energy:
Our team of 4,500 employees in Sweden works with hidden infrastructure in transport where we ensure that vehicles can be charged, in industry with electricity quality, control and monitoring and the entire chain in the electricity grid – everything from distribution to energy storage and electricity quality. Here, employees from 60 different countries work with enormous competence and a common goal: to contribute to the green energy transition. The article is produced by Brand Studio in collaboration with Hitachi Energy and not an article by Dagens industri

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