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Discussion: Job in Oslo

in: Cristina; Cristina > 2011-05-23

May 24, 2011 9:26 PM # 
bubo:
But if you know someone who needs a research assistant, or a program manager, or a GIS person, or a programmer, or a trumpet player... in Oslo...

This may be a long shot - but I know of a company (with main office in Borlänge) that also has an office in Oslo. They specialize in GIS solutions for the Norwegian Road Administration (in Norway that is - in Sweden they work for the Swedish counterpart...).

If you feel you may be up to it I could put in a word for you (BTW they consist of about 50% orienteers, so you´d have to put up with a lot of strange people).

...I don´t know about trumpet players though - but I think they even have a few guys playing in a band.
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May 25, 2011 2:52 PM # 
Nev-Monster:
I thought you played accordion?
May 25, 2011 3:50 PM # 
Swampfox:
Or--alternate solution--maybe Cristina could just switch and head for Borlange and the head office instead? Sure, that would mean she would need to learn how to say "Vägverket", but I don't see why she couldn't work up to do that. She learned how to cope with cactus and the shindagger, after all. She's probably versatile enough.
May 25, 2011 9:08 PM # 
bubo:
Actually the transition to Swedish instead of Norwegian has recently been made much easier - Vägverket changed their name to Trafikverket so that would be a simpler task to learn to pronounce.
May 25, 2011 10:28 PM # 
Cristina:
Nevin, true, I do play accordion, and a bunch of other instruments. But I've only ever had paid gigs as a trumpet player... unless you count the times I've been paid to stop playing the bagpipe.
May 30, 2011 5:16 AM # 
Nikolay:
Can I steal this thread and made a plug for myself. Thank you Cristina! ;) Leif, do you think the Norvegian, or Swedish office need a decent (read great) software engineer? I've been thinking and talking for some time but may be getting a whole team (a program manager and a developer) will work out great for them.

And no, I am not kidding. I like to be bossed around by girls.

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