City of Helsinki is Finland’s biggest employer
The City of Helsinki is Finland’s biggest employer with about 40,000 employees, who are professionals and experts of various fields. They work at the City’s 31 departments and corporations.
The City of Helsinki is responsible for a broad scope of sectors. The City produces social, health care, education and early-education services. The City manages city planning, construction, area maintenance, transportation and traffic planning, real estate matters, housing production, public transport and environmental work. The City offers cultural, sports, music, library, museum, art, adult education and youth services. City Group corporations produce energy, port services, cleaning services, catering and personnel training. The City Occupational Health Centre provides personnel health care services. The Helsinki City Rescue Department provides fire and rescue services. Helsinki Zoo provides a home to endangered species.
The City of Helsinki employment roster comprises about 2,000 job titles. The City employs engineers, doctors, biologists, lawyers and planners of many fields. The most frequent jobs are in social services and health care as well as early education.
The large size of the City and the wide scope of the fields of employment give the City personnel versatile and socially important jobs, good opportunities for training and development on the job, skilled colleagues, flexible working hours and competitive personnel benefits.