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Skandia Danmark, København
Skandia oplever en positiv udvikling i vores virksomhed, og er blandt de hurtigst voksende pensionsselskaber i Danmark. Vi har en klar vision og en ambitiøs strategi, som skal øge vores forretningsomfang markant i de kommende år. At nå dét mål kræver et stærkt team af kundeorienterede medarbejdere på alle pladser i organisationen.
Derfor søger vi nu en kundeorienterede studentermedhjælper som skal indgå i vores HR-afdeling
Dine opgaver bliver bl.a.:
- udarbejdelse af kontrakter og diverse breve
- hjælp til diverse HR-rapporteringer
- deltage i implementering af nyt HR-system
A PhD Scholarship is available at the National Institute of Aquatic Resources (DTU Aqua) with expected starting date August 1st, 2017. DTU Aqua is an institute at the Technical University of Denmark.
The focus of the PhD is the potential use of protein sources that arise as by-products or production side streams in the Nordic countries in aquaculture feeds. The scholarship is financed by the Nordic Center of Excellence project SUREAQUA funded by NordForsk under the Nordic Council of Ministers with support from the PhD school at DTU Aqua.
The position is based at the Section for Aquaculture, DTU Aqua in Hirtshals, but part of the work will be conducted in collaboration with project partners.
Vattenfall A/S, Kolding, London, Stockholm or Amsterdam
Looking for the next step in your career? For our Wind Procurement Team we are now looking for an ambitious Project Procurement Manager to match the growth in renewable energy that will focus on Offshore wind farm projects.
As a Project Procurement Manager you will be liaising with our Procurement Category Managers, Commercial Managers and other representatives from the business to develop and implement processes and procedures to address portfolio wide topics in the offshore space, including but not limited to:
- Designing and implementing a robust process to maintain and develop contract standards to be used in offshore procurement
- Gather lessons learned at the key tollgates of each project’s life-cycle (development, construction, generation and decommissioning)
- Lead round-the-table discussions to embed these lessons learned to create a contract standard that reflects best industry practices
Initial evidence suggests that fully and semi-automatically collection of behavioural data from patients suffering from mental disorders can help in treatment, care, and in predicting the onset of mental episodes.
However, data, analysis, and predictive power from current studies are very limited due to a small number of subjects (typically 5-20), a narrow disease focus, lack of standardized data formats, and no generalizable analysis methodology. Scientific reproducibility is also inhibited by lack of access to data from such studies.
This project will provide a platform for open-access data collection, sharing, and visual analytics of behavioural data collected from wearable and mobile sensors with a special focus on mental health.