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Nordea is the largest financial services group in the Nordic region and one of the biggest banks in Europe. We want to make a real difference - for our customers and for the communities in which we operate - by sharing our broad expertise based on 200 years in the banking business. We are a full-service universal bank and the third largest corporation in the Nordic region and one of the top 10 financial services companies in Europe based on market capitalisation. We are present in 17 countries, including our four Nordic home markets which together constitute the 10th largest economy in the world. As demand for digital services increases, we're continuously working to become your future digital bank by improving the products and services we offer, such as new online banking platforms, mobile payments and analytics tools, to name a few. The shares of Nordea Bank AB (publ) are traded on the Stockholm, Helsinki and Copenhagen stock exchanges.
One Digital-unit in Oulu:
Welcome to One Digital, the biggest banking platform in the Nordics! You will join an awesome group of people from across the world, that delivers solutions to our customers in a never before seen pace, ensuring that Nordea will become the frontrunner in digital banking services. One Digital owns most mass-distributed frontends and related API development for Nordea customers.
Field of operation
Offices in Finland
Nordea One Digital: Oulu, Helsinki
Oulu office: Yrttipellontie 6, 90230 Oulu
28 000 / in Oulu office we have around 100
Several open positions.
Summer trainee position:
Other open positions in Oulu:
Mobile development (iOS, Android)
QA (testing, test automation)
Please check the open positions in our LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nordea/jobs/ or from Nordea Career’s website: https://www.nordea.com/en/careers/vacant-positions
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Information Processing Science
- Product Management
- Software, Systems and Services Development in Global Environment
Year of study