fre 13 sep 2013 09:57:00
Empower is a multionational service company which helps keep the wheels of society running and improves the competitiveness of customers. Empower builds, installs, maintains and repairs electricity and telecom networks, maintains power plants and factories and delivers ICT solutions. Empower provides services in dozens of locations in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Turnover in 2012 was EUR 366 million, and the company has about 3,000 employees. www.empower.fi
Empower will establish a corporate telecom network design, construction, management and maintenance business unit, for which we are now seeking a
You will in charge of planning, fast growth and operative management of the business as a profit responsible and profit-oriented director. You will manage and develop subcontractor relations and participate in commercialisation of services.
You have an applicable preferably academic qualification and several years of experience in supervisor duties. Success in the position requires knowledge of web-based information system solutions. You are a team player with good interaction skills, ability to withstand pressure and organisational skills.
You actively participate in sales together with the company's sales team and acquire new customer accounts through your existing network. You know how to act naturally and successfully with international customers and your are used to working under pressure efficiently and independently. Language requirements are fluent Finnish and English.
We offer you an interesting job where you can challenge yourself and excellent opportunities to develop at a leading multidisciplinary service company.
If you are interested in new challenges, send a free form application with salary request as soon as possible, however no later than 23 September 2013 to rekrytointi[at]empower.fi.
More information about the position is available by e-mail from Ari-Jussi Knaapila, deputy CEO at ari-jussi.knaapila[at]empower.fi or by phone Tue 17 Sep. 5–6 p.m. and Wed 18 Sep. 4–5 p.m.