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Do you love to check off your to-do lists? Are you detail-oriented with a flair for numbers? Would you thrive with managing our payroll, reward, and compensation packages with a structured and data driven approach?  

If so, you might be the person we are looking for as our new Payroll & Reward Specialist in the Finance team of one of the fastest-growing energy trading companies in the world! 

We are looking for a Payroll & Reward Specialist who can take on the responsibility of managing work tasks related to our payroll, reward, and compensation procedures. Among other things, you will be responsible for running national and international payroll, compensation, and reward processes. You will work closely together with colleagues from other teams as well as external stakeholders.   

Furthermore, you will be responsible for creating best practices for the organization and an overview of current and upcoming legislation within this area by using a structured and data-driven approach.  

Your journey as Payroll & Reward Specialist 

You will be part of our Finance team consisting of 7 highly skilled and awesome colleagues. We will ensure you get properly introduced to the team, our organization, and our business. First, you will be introduced to the core tasks and work areas in our Finance team to get an understanding of the different roles we possess in the team. Afterwards, you will get thoroughly onboarded into your role, tasks, and responsibility areas to get you well-equipped to manage the responsibilities in your role.  

As part of your journey, you will work closely together with colleagues in the team and across the organization from our People & Culture (P&C) to Legal & Market Access teams. Furthermore, you will get all the sparring you need from highly skilled external experts and advisors which guarantee you a steep learning curve with specialized knowledge within the area of payroll and compensation.  

At the same time, we will provide the best opportunity for you to manage a great work-life-balance with autonomy and flexible working hours that fit into your private life.  



  • Run the national and international payroll processes with internal and external stakeholders 

  • Define and improve best practices and an overview of current and up-coming legislation within all salary and payroll matters 

  • Drive the compensation and reward processes in collaboration with relevant stakeholders e.g., managers, Legal and P&C team  

  • Define and improve best practices and an overview of compensation parameters and processes  

  • Execute on ad hoc projects and tasks within the Finance team  


Qualifications – we imagine that you: 

  • Have a background within Finance, Economics, Accounting, or similar 

  • Have + 2 years of experience from a similar position  

  • Are an experienced Excel-user  

  • Are fluent in Danish and English, both oral and written    


Personal skills – we expect that you: 

  • Are systematic and quality-conscious   

  • Have a structured and data driven work approach  

  • Have attention to detail and take pride in getting the job done no matter the size of the task 

  • Have strong communication skills and feel confident in sharing your opinion and knowledge  

  • Are a team player who will do what is best for the team and InCommodities 


What you can expect from us: 

  • A steep learning curve 

  • A lot of responsibility and support 

  • Exceptional colleagues who are bold, honest, ambitious, and the smartest in their field 

  • A unique company culture where we live up to our values: Honesty, Transparency, and Rethink

  • A bunch of great events - both in the team and in the entire organization 

  • The opportunity to develop both professionally and personally 


Find the same job post in Danish here.

We’re InCommodities: One of the fastest growing trading companies in the world. The energy market is transitioning away from fossil fuels to renewable energy, and we take part in making that happen! 

At InCommodities, we support the transition by acting as the middleman between sellers and buyers of power and gas - we transport energy across borders where it’s needed, or we store it and sell it later, providing a vital function in the value chain from production to consumption. InCommodities’ business and decision-making are driven by a deep understanding of the energy markets and based on quantitative analysis and rethinking what we do.

Making InCommodities outstanding requires all types of people with different personalities, backgrounds, and approaches to solving different tasks and projects. But one thing connects us: we're fuelled by new ideas and rethinking the status quo.



Our culture

We value a strong social culture with a high frequency of employee events outside the office. We want to win and be the best in class – therefore, you'll be surrounded by like-minded people who are bold, honest, ambitious, and the smartest in their field, and who root for one another, as we value a genuine sense of team spirit.

To help each other grow, we use honest and constructive feedback and sparring within and across teams. Personality and cultural fit are important to us because we want you to be happy here. The work culture is relaxed; you don’t have to abide by a dress code or a strict hierarchy, so you won’t be frustrated with too many rules, policies, or bureaucratic processes. 

In other words, InCommodities is not your average workplace – it’s awesome.



If you have any questions, please contact

Kathrine Bondgaard

Mail: kbo@in-commodities.com

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