Code Institute trains tech professionals for the positions companies struggle to fulfill.
As the Business Development and Regional Manager of the Nordic office, you will join Code Institute to help in training the future tech talent of the Nordics.
The world is experiencing a shortage of tech professionals and developers. This is especially true of the Nordic countries with an expected shortage of 70 000 IT professionals in Sweden alone, by 2022. This is the challenge and market that we are addressing.
At Code Institute, we are reducing the gap of tech professionals by educating non-technical people into developers. We achieve this by taking them through full-time University accredited programs of 4 to 12 months. During these programs, the students are taught about the basics of programming and get to work hands-on in different projects to learn and utilize their coding skills.
Our goal is to produce career-ready software developers as well as to train people to work efficiently with developers.
We want to create a global standard for technical education.
You will work with companies, government, and business to consumer sales. The role includes:
If you are motivated to provide a large-scale solution to the current skills gap in the tech industry while helping people switching to a more meaningful and rewarding career, then apply with your LI profile/CV or get in touch with us.
96% growth over the past 2 years
Proven Track Record
Great Corporate Clients
Code Institute is the world's first credit rated coding bootcamp, dedicated to producing career-ready developers through our mentored online or classroom programme.
Our panel of industry-leading experts – including members from Accenture, Dell, GSK, and PayPal – make up our Industry Advisory Council (IAC). The IAC review; validate and recommend syllabus improvements, ensuring we teach the most relevant technologies and languages.
Through our Edinburgh Napier University credit-rating, graduates receive a globally-recognised Diploma in Software Development, providing the perfect infusion of academia and industry.
2015Founded to address the ever-widening technology skills gap