• 9. November 2018
  • By:Eirik Norstein Danielsen


Great interest in Proactima

This is Trond Winther´s reaction a few weeks after Proactima started its recruitment campaign. The company is strengthening itself in all four offices and has been broadly seeking for consultants with knowledge of risk and HSE. Trond Winther is the CEO of the company and has been reading all the applications.

“The number is impressive in itself, but the most important is that we have met many good candidates. We have employed seven new people this fall and are still in process with several,” Winther says. “It is incredibly positive that so many people are interested in Proactima and what we can offer with our leading professional environment, exciting projects and good values”.

All four offices

As of today Proactima has received about 300 applications; an impressive number. Proactima AS is a national consulting company with four offices in Stavanger (headquarters), Bergen, Trondheim and Oslo. The company primarily works within oil and gas, transport and power industry. With several new assignments, there is a need for new, competent employees.  The company therefore continues the recruitment campaign. If you are interested, you will find the information on LinkedIn. You are welcome to contact the CEO if you have questions or wish to talk about future opportunities.

New employees on their way in

Marie Røyksund is employed at the Stavanger office. Marie currently works on her PhD and starts at January 1, 2019. In addition, the company is in the final process of recruiting another employee for the Stavanger office.

Øyvind Dahl is employed at the Trondheim office. He comes from a position as Senior Researcher at SINTEF, starting February 1, 2019. At the same date, Sven Harald Fleischer will start at the Oslo office. He comes from a position at the Storting, where he is group leader for operational safety.

In addition, three new employees have recently started: Sonja Tinnesand and Jo Hulbækdal are both at the Oslo office while Inger-Johanne Tjoflaat has started in the Bergen office.