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We will take on at least 10 paid summer interns in 2019. Interns can work from around mid-June to mid-August and are given at least a full week of vacation during that time.See job listing >
We’re looking for an embedded software developer to join our team at Airthings.See job listing >
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We are always looking for extraordinary people to join the team. If you think your skills are a good fit, then we would love to hear from you! Send your cover letter and CV to email@example.com and we will be in touch.
Our bright and open work space reflects our friendly and informal work environment. This allows us to collaborate, generate new ideas, and share honest opinions. Our employees take initiative, work together, and adapt quickly to changes. They are also friendly, quality-focused, and open-minded.
Our office is situated in the heart of Oslo making it commuter friendly. Since Oslo is surrounded by nature and fresh air, it is the perfect reminder of our purpose of visualizing Indoor Air Quality.
We believe that team building and friendly inspiration outside the office is important for our long-term growth. Hence, we aim to facilitate discussions amongst our employees. In other words, our flat structure ensures that your voice will be heard regardless of your position.
Established in 2008, Airthings is a Norway-based tech company led by a team of experienced scientists, engineers and technology professionals, with a common goal: to educate on the prevalence of Radon, as well as other indoor air contaminants, and develop accessible technology solutions to help people stay healthy.
Every idea starts with a problem: radon testing for homeowners hasn’t improved in almost 30 years.
Several scientists working together at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) saw a gap in the radon market—or more like a deadlock. Traditionally, consumers only had two options: call a professional to test their radon levels, or purchase a single-use charcoal test which was then sent to a lab for the results.
We started Airthings to break free from these traditions and put consumers, as well as business owners, back in control of their Indoor Air Quality. We also make certified professional radon units with 4 times the radon testing chambers.