EGGS Stavanger continues to grow. We are now seeking up to five new designers within digital and service design to work with us here in Rogaland. We'd love to hear from both you considering moving (back) to Rogaland and from you that are already happily established there.
Main image: Three EGGSters at work; Service designer Annie Hjelmervik, Regional Director and designer Trond Dagsland and designer Matilde Bjørnvik. Matilde now works from our office in Copenhagen after 2 years in Stavanger.
Ten going on fifteen
EGGS Stavanger continues to grow. We are now seeking up to five new designers within digital and service design to work with us here in Rogaland. We'd love to hear from both you considering moving (back) to Rogaland and from you that are already happily established there. EGGS Stavanger has offices in Kvitsøygata 15, on the top floor of Ostehuset.
Today we are ten people at the Stavanger office. In all of EGGS Design, we are 120 people. With ambitious and innovative companies in the region, business is good, and designers from the other EGGS offices have supported us with Rogaland companies' projects. By increasing to 15 people, we will be more self-sustained, shares Trond Dagsland, the Stavanger office leader.
Our current vacancies
The application deadline for both positions is February 19, 2021.
Our goal is to be the innovation partner for the key institutions within the public and private sector in Rogaland. We are working with several leading companies in the region. For the public transport company Kolumbus, we helped them boost the bus traveller's experience. For Stavanger University Hospital, we've service designing their public health care services with the new hospital being at two locations.
Design and innovate for Rogaland's companies and public sector
Are you eager to create sustainable change within radically changing domains, such as healthcare, mobility, and energy? Are you passionate about designing meaningful services and business models? At EGGS, our designers have a crucial role in shaping our clients' future through our cross-disciplinary approach to design-driven innovation.
Siddis? Say what?
Siddis, it's slang in Rogaland. Siddis is of English 'citizen', and is a term used to describe a person that originates from Stavanger. Apparently, the term was first used in 1927 but was in common use from the 1950's.
You should talk to Regional Director Stavanger
+47 975 36 592
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