Studying: Economics and Business Administration
Position: Junior Commercial Business Developer
Employed since: January 2019
Fun fact: I used to drive a tractor and wheel loader as part of my former job
I come originally from Finland, and I have been living in Denmark for 4 years now, and worked as a professional horse rider before I started my BScB at Aarhus BSS during the autumn of 2017. I found DC very interesting already during my first years of studies, and got employed at Trade Support on my 4th semester as a Junior Dispatcher.
I thought the young culture of DC and the leading position within energy trading made the firm very attractive. I could see myself being a part of DC for my entire studies, and afterwards. Despite the competitive nature of the business, the people do not forget to celebrate successes.
Iida Komi, Junior Commercial Business Developer
I started as a Junior Commercial Business Developer in the beginning of December 2019. My job entails a lot of different tasks, as it is project based. In short, my task in DC is to support different levels of the organisation in commercial projects, which require facilitation, excessive research, presentations to the SMG and much more.
One day I might be doing a Power Point presentation to the SMG, and another day I might be building an Excel model to track Power Purchasing Agreements. What combines my tasks is that they all involve stakeholder management to some degree, and are very dependent on inputs from different teams within DC. The tasks are very different from day to day, which makes it hard to describe a "typical work day".
No day is the same, which makes the job very interesting, and challenging - and also fun!
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Danske Commodities is an international trader of energy-related commodities. We move energy from where there’s more than needed to where it’s needed most.