Change Agent – Stockholm

Jenny Sjalin


We are looking for a new consultant for our Stockholm team.

Who we are
We are a change agency. We are helping businesses and organizations change their operations towards long-term sustainability, offering business development and communication as key tools. Futerra was founded in 2001 and has offices in London, Stockholm and New York. We work with some of Sweden’s and the world’s most interesting companies such as Mondelez, MTR, Polarbröd, Haglöfs and Food for Progress / Oumph!.
Now, we are looking for someone who wants to be part of our Stockholm team. Mission: to make sustainable development so desirable it becomes normal.

What we’re looking for
The role primarily involves working at Futerra Stockholm office in various client projects. Working with international clients and the offices in London and New York may be an option, depending on project needs. You will do everything from research and analysis, strategy and communication, workshops and client meetings. You will also be responsible for a number of internal tasks within the organization. We are offering an interesting focus on change and sustainability, where business development and communication meet.

Who you are
You have a passion for sustainable development, deeply convinced that communication can make a difference. You have a couple of years of work experience. Knowledge in communication, strategy, business development, economics and basic knowledge in sustainable development are required. And you need to be fluent in speaking and writing Swedish.

Don’t wait! Send your application to our CEO harry.mcneil@futerra.se by September 10th the latest. And attach your CV and personal letter.

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