We want to be the greatest acute personal

help company in the world. Will you help us?

Being part of SOS International
Working in SOS International means that no matter where in the organisation you are working or what you are doing, you make a difference to our customers and to your colleagues.

This makes SOS International an interesting, challenging and demanding place to work which brings all your human and professional competences into play – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

 

What do we expect?
No matter which part of SOS International you are employed in, you are an important part of our company.

The nature of our business makes us deeply dependent on each other and therefore we expect our employees to participate actively within their team and contribute to the company’s continuous development.

Open positions

If you have found a vacancy of your interest, you apply by uploading your application and CV in our e-recruitment system

 

Meet an employee

At SOS International, we are proud of representing such a skilled and diverse group of employees. The employee diversity is a prerequisite to be able to succeed in providing acute personal assistance to Scandinavian travellers all over the world, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Here you can meet some of these committed employees and gain an insight into what it is like to work for SOS International.

Linda Heiskanen
Customer Service Specialist, Helsinki, employed since 2013

“It motivates me to see the results of the work I put in, getting regular feedback, having the support of my manager, and feeling like I am valuable as an individual. At SOS International I get to work with likeminded, motivated people that all strive toward the same goals. My colleagues make everyday fun - we really encourage each other.

At SOS International I develop my competencies within communication and teamwork. These competencies are important when working cross borders with other departments, units, and countries. I enjoy that even though we might work in different departments, we always help each other when needed and share our knowledge.”

Hannele Koskinen
Team leader at the alarm centre, Stockholm, employed since September 2021.

"Time has gone so fast ever since I started at SOS International!

I started as an assistance coordinator at the alarm centre, and in just seven months I became a team leader.

The coolest thing about my job is, that I am needed and that my words and my actions make a difference. When we help customers with urgent insurance matters it is great to see how my colleagues work together to give the best experience possible. The most motivating thing about this job is that I can see how far I can take myself and my team if I put in the work and spread my knowledge and kindness. Our working environment is a lot of fun with laughs and a great atmosphere every day. Without my colleagues it would not be the same at work."

Mads Peter Lindberg Sundgaard
Software Developer, IT Development, Aarhus, employed since 2019

"I see SOS International as a company that focuses on developing new solutions for our customers within IT and I experience that I have plenty of opportunity to influence the development.

I feel motivated in my work when I am presented with a problem and, as a developer, I need to find a good technical solution without a lengthy description of requirements. It is cool that, within the team, we share the responsibility for prioritising between developing new solutions or improving existing ones. I find that feeling enthusiastic about the jobs that I work on is easy when I can see how they can improve our customers’ experience."

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Unsolicited application

If you do not find a relevant vacancy at the moment, you are more than welcome to send us an unsolicited application to our online database.

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The recruitment process

Working in SOS International means that no matter where in the organisation you are working or what you are doing, you make a difference to our customers and to your colleagues.

This makes SOS International an interesting, challenging and demanding place to work which brings all your human and professional competences into play – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

What do we expect?

No matter which part of SOS International you are employed in, you are an important part of our company.

The nature of our business makes us deeply dependent on each other and therefore we expect our employees to participate actively within their team and contribute to the company’s continuous development.

Operating a 24/7 platform means a changing and unpredictable workload which requires a high degree of flexibility, compassion and readiness. Therefore, we expect employees in SOS International to be engaged and energetic.

To be considered for a position in SOS International you have to speak one of the Nordic languages as well as English fluently as a minimum, and you must be prepared to learn the other Nordic languages on a basic level. Speaking other languages is only an advantage.

What can you expect?

SOS International strives to create the best work environment for its employees and offers a lot of development possibilities and opportunities to make a difference for the workforce.

To help achieve our goal we constantly need to enhance the competencies of our employees, and we do this through job training as well as more theoretical courses – both during and after working hours. You will be part of an exciting company in growth.

The recruitment process

Evaluation of applicants: When the deadline for application has expired, we evaluate all the applications and select the candidates we want to invite to a first interview.

The first interview: During the first interview, you will preferably meet with your potential manager and have a talk with him or her. The purpose of the first interview is to align the expectations of both the employer and the candidate. Based on this interview, the manager selects two or three applicants for a second interview

The second interview: Prior to the second interview, you may be asked to fill out a personal profile analysis. The analysis is used as a tool to dig a step deeper into the job description. Upon agreement, we will contact some of your references as a part of the overall assessment.

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