Expanding the team with new administrative positions
In Ølensvåg, Omega 365 is experiencing an increase in tasks both nationally and internationally and is looking for employees for several key positions in administrative roles.
“Most of the billing, payroll, accounting, and similar tasks for the entire group are handled at the headquarters in Ølensvåg,” says Sølvi Grindheim Stople, who works as an administrative employee.
With the increase in consultants and various roles, the company sees the need for additional employees in the administration for international personnel, payroll and invoicing for domestic and foreign operations, accountants, and employees in Business Support. These roles involve everything from visa management, payroll processing, and follow-up of employees and customers, to accounting and support in recruitment processes.
Managing international tasks
“It was the good reputation as a solid workplace that drew me to Omega 365,” says Sølvi.
She handles many of the international tasks within the company's administration and has a workday that extends far beyond Norway's borders.
“When working in an international company, I encounter new situations every day, which makes the workday exciting,” explains Sølvi.
“This includes, among other things, foreign employees, often consultants, who come to Norway to work. We handle the process of the necessary permits, visas, taxes, and everything else that comes with someone changing the country they work in. The same applies to Norwegians stationed in other countries and the processes involved there. In this context, we have built up a substantial network with several partners in different countries who assist with similar tasks.”
Marte Birkenes Arefjord, who works with payroll and invoicing, also enjoys the opportunities that come with her position. With her background in finance and administration, along with experience from various sectors, Marte eventually ended up in Omega 365.
“When I was entering the job market, Omega seemed like an exciting workplace. It's a large company that's constantly growing, and it provides room for employees to grow internally as well. Initially, I worked with payroll and invoicing in Norway, and eventually, I had the opportunity to further develop my role. Now, I mainly handle international tasks, which are very exciting,” Marte shares.
“There is always someone to lean on when you need help. I have great colleagues, not just here but in the other offices too, including the international offices. Collaboration and networking across the offices are important for mastering the diverse tasks that come with working in an international company,” she elaborates.
Culture of knowledge sharing
Working in an open office landscape is something that both Marte and Sølvi appreciate, as it provides an overview of what's happening in the company and opportunities for sharing knowledge among each other. They both agree that the workplace offers varied tasks.
“No two days are the same,” says Marte.
“When challenges arise, we find solutions together. That's what makes working here so rewarding,” concludes Sølvi.