Klarna makes shopping smoooth. And we do it with flair because shopping is fun. Every day, we help customers, businesses, and partners explore just how smoooth the modern shopping experience can be.
It means we’re constantly changing the game. Always trying out new things. And we encourage our people to do the same. To grow. To develop. Because we don’t believe roles have to stay fixed. Instead we inspire our people to take an irregular career path. As a company of 350 dynamic start-ups, our whole business is built for it. So once you’re in, there’s no telling what will happen next.
What you will do
As a business intelligence developer you will work in a team of data engineers with end to end responsible for data products, where a data product spans from management dashboards, data warehousing, frameworks for development and quality measures.
You will design and develop Qlik Sense and other reporting / dashboarding solutions, but you could also work with the datalayers optimising a data pipeline or model. You enjoy solving complex problems and displaying the results in spectacular dashboards, interactive reports and challenge the current models of consuming information.
Your stakeholders will be Data Scientists, Business Analysts and all Klarna employees that need data in their daily work. We have amazing teams that take care of and become experts at different parts of the domain where sharing and collaboration are key.
Some of the technologies and languages we use are Qlik Sense, AWS Redshift, Apache Airflow - and we are always looking for the most efficient tools for the job.
Klarna was founded in Stockholm, Sweden in 2005. Since then, we’ve changed the banking industry forever. And now we’re creating the world’s smooothest shopping experience. We serve 80 million consumers worldwide, and partner with 190,000 merchants – with a new merchant joining us every 8 minutes. Including some of the world’s leading brands, such as H&M, ASOS, IKEA, Adidas, Samsung and Lufthansa. Our offices are spread over 17 different markets, hosted by +2,500 people from 90 nationalities.