As a System Consultant in Itera Networks, I have the flexibility to plan my own workday and which tasks I do at what time. The learning curve is steep, with several challenges - and that's important!
Dag Rune Myklestul has been in Itera since 2006 and from his first day he has been able to work on various focus areas.
- Opportunities for self-development are many here, he says.
- I have had various roles as I have gained more expertise. I worked at the help desk for a few years before I became a System Consultant. I have also trained colleagues and worked as a project manager with implementing new customers. Today I spend most of my time operating the customers that I have a technical responsibility for. This involves everything from deployment of the OS to upgrading of SQL. I also participate in customer meetings, and I am a contact person for third party suppliers, says Dag Rune.
- Itera is in a good position in regard of all the possibilities it represents, not only for the employees, but for the company as a whole. For instance, even though Itera Networks is culture where "everyone knows everyone", we have now reached a level where we can deliver products on a Nordic level, in co-operation with our office in Sweden. We are now working together with several different customers and disciplines, says Dag Rune.