September 13, 2022
- At NECON, you get the opportunity to find the perfect workplace for each person, which has been the case for me. I love my job, says Tommy Aase.
That Aase would end up as a NECON consultant was far from certain just a few years ago. The Bergen native began his career as a carpenter but changed professions and retrained after a few years. He then started at an engineering company at Hop in Bergen before switching to Viking Life-Saving Equipment. He was there for eight years before NECON discovered his profile on LinkedIn.
- Tommy had the profile and expertise that NECON are looking for, says Erling Oftedal at NECON.
And it didn't take long from the inquiry on LinkedIn until Aase showed up for a job interview. Nor did it take long before he was hired out to TTS – or MacGregor as it is today – as a NECON consultant.
Since this October day in 2018, Aase has been solving problems for several customers through NECON. As a senior mechanical engineer, he handles mechanical products from start to finish in several different projects. This means that he is responsible for following up the engineers who design the company systems, as well as following up on offers and delivery of various products to customers.
- I like everything about this job. Everything from sitting in the office and finding solutions to travelling and following up the projects with subcontractors and customers. That I get involved in the process from start to finish is a lovely part of it, says Aase.
Through all the different work tasks in recent years, Aase has gained a unique experience, and he is not alone. Working as a consultant gives you a considerable variation of tasks. And when you have finished the assignment with the customer, NECON helps you find new projects and assignments adapted to your skills and interests. In some cases, you may also be offered permanent employment at the companies you have been assigned. The possibilities are numerous.
- I was very positively surprised by life as a consultant. I imagined a somewhat unsafe everyday life, but this was not the case. NECON has done a great job here, and I always felt safe and looked after.
Oct 3, 2022
Sign up for NECON Vinterkarusellen
Take part in Western Norway's largest winter carousel and keep in shape until summer.Read more
Sep 23, 2022
Enters new cooperation agreement
NECON continues as the primary sponsor of NECON Vinterkarusellen - the largest of its kind in Western Norway.Read more
Sep 13, 2022
Secured a permanent job via NECON
During the autumn of 2018, Tommy Aase accepted a job interview at NECON. After getting access to several exciting opportunities and projects, he does not regret his decision.Read more
Nov 3, 2021
Well done race!
Over 500 active souls from Bergen participated in the season's first race of NECON Vinterkarusellen.Read more
Sep 9, 2021
Registration for NECON Vinterkarusellen has opened
Now you can sign up for NECON Vinterkarusellen and keep in shape throughout the autumn and winter.Read more
Sep 7, 2021
We're updating our job portal
NECON will soon launch a completely new job portal. This means that the site may have some bugs.Read more
Mar 26, 2021
New asset joins the team
Jørn Daniel Opsahl joins NECON as customer and consultant manager.Read more
Mar 24, 2021
This year's NECON Vinterkarusellen is unfortunately over.
COVID-19 stops five of eight races of NECON Vinterkarusellen.Read more
Dec 21, 2020
Merry Christmas from NECON
2020 has been a "different" year with many significant challenges, but we got through it together.Read more
Nov 5, 2020
NECON Vinterkarusellen has finally started
About 500 runners finished this season's first race of NECON Vinterkarusellen at Fana Stadion this week.Read more
Jun 21, 2020
NECON & Covid-19
This spring and summer, the world and our society have been in a very demanding and confusing situation. Many of us have experienced great uncertainty related to our family and friends' health and work situation.Read more