We are looking for a FrontEnd Developer to join our Editorial Services team, part of the Shared Products & Platforms organization.
Join us in developing the new editorial newsroom tools used in Schibsted.
You will be involved in exciting and challenging projects working with some of the best talent available. The team is working on improving the editorial workflow, where we help the newsrooms to be more efficient by automating and creating responsive web-page templates based on the newspapers’ brand specifications. We automate all that can be automated so that the journalists can focus on pure value creation.
In this role you will:
Develop and support newsrooms print design specifications
Work with third party suppliers as required and develop functional supporting solutions
Work with Stakeholders and Engineering functions to support functional & technical requirements needs
Partner with Product Managers, Project Managers as well as Service Owners to build solutions that are aligned to Schibsted’s architectural standards and principles
Work with CMS system, SchibstedMediaPlatform and Aptoma
Work with Github
Work with Knowledge base system, ServiceNow, Jira, Wiki, etc.
You are a great team player with good communication skills, being able to explain complex technical problems in layman’s terms.
You have great collaboration skills, and are to collaborate as part of a team to deliver exceptional customer results in a rapid paced implementation environment.
You are good at establishing great Good people and process skills.
Fluent in English (Swedish or Norwegian is a plus, but not required)
A few years of experience in development environment
RESTful API usage
We offer you the opportunity to:
Work with a major media company
Develop business value by developing in best of breed systems
Solve challenging problems in a complicated and evolving business
Use your developing skills to help develop the technical capabilities needed for tomorrow
Editorial Services team is a part of the Shared Products & Platforms organization with in Schibsted Product and Technology. We are the team that manages, provides, support and develops various tools focused in areas such as image, newspaper & e-paper production and archive solutions for the newsrooms.
If you are interested in being a part of Schibsted’s journey in continuing being a role model in the media business, push the apply button!
Contact Manager Editorial service Peter Karefjord at +46 706 76 2345, [email protected] for questions regarding this position.
Background check is part of the recruitment process.
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Schibsted is a family of digital brands with a strong Nordic position, and more than 5,000 employees. Millions of people interact with our companies every day through our leading online marketplaces, world-class media houses. We also help new promising businesses grow. Our joint mission of empowering people in their daily lives is rooted in the values of our media heritage and a legacy of bold change. At our best, we are a fearless force for change in a society built on trust and transparency.
Data & Tech is a central product and tech unit that serves all of Schibsted. We are about 250+ people in Oslo, Stockholm, and Krakow, and collaborate closely with other product and tech teams in all units in Schibsted. Areas of responsibilities include data & technology strategy, privacy/data trends/responsible data & machine learning, information security, and internal IT.
1839Christian Schibsted founds a Printing House.
1860Aftenposten is established, soon becoming a favoured and trusted media channel.
1966Schibsted acquires VG
1996Schibsted buys Aftonbladet, today the primary news source in Sweden.
1998Schibsted acquires Svenska Dagbladet, one of Sweden’s leading national quality newspapers.
2000Finn.no is founded. The marketplace has been enormously popular in Norway ever since.
2003Blocket is acquired. Today the number one marketplace in Sweden.
2005 – 2008Schibsted Growth starts investing in various digital brands.
2006The international expansion of Schibsted classified business is starting.
2009Fædrelandsvennen, Bergens Tidende and Stavanger Aftenblad are fully incorporated in Schibsted.
2009-2019Schibsted Growth expands the portfolio, by 2019 it consists of more than 20 brands.
2019Adevinta is listed at Oslo Børs. Schibsted’s international Marketplaces is spun off into a separate company.
1839Christian Schibsted grundar tryckeriet Schibsted Förlag
1860Aftenposten etableras och blir snabbt en prioriterad och betrodd mediekanal
1966Schibsted köper VG
1996Schibsted köper Aftonbladet, Sveriges primära nyhetskälla idag
1998Schibsted köper Svenska Dagbladet, en av Sveriges ledande nyhetstidningar
2000Finn.no grundas. Norges mest besökta marknadsplats.
2003Blocket förvärvas. Den dominerande marknadsplatsen i Sverige idag.
2005 - 2008Schibsted Growth börjar investera i digitala bolag
2006Den internationella expansionen av Schibsted Classified startar
2009Bergens Tidende, Stavanger Aftenblad och Fædrelandsvennen blir helt integrerade i Schibsted
2009 - 2019Schibsted Growth utökar portföljen som vid 2019 består av över 20 bolag
2019Adevinta listas på den norska börsen. Schibsted’s internationella marknadsplatser etableras som ett eget bolag.
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