Kristine Arada_ESS Technical Coordinator_Telescope

Technical Coordinator for ESS


We're proudly presenting our first female engineer from the Philippines, Kristine Arada, who has recently started working for Telescope as a Technical Coordinator for our client, ESS, in Lund.

 She has always been drawn to science and technology. As a child, she enjoyed science experiments at school and was amazed by the wonders of chemistry. Her career goal is to contribute to a greener future, and this is why Sweden is her choice − it is one of the most sustainable countries in the world. There is a balance between the environment and growth, and between technology and ecology.

 She appreciates the Swedish work culture and the collaborative atmosphere − everyone's opinion is being heard, and ideas and expertise are shared generously. She finds that working for ESS is an incredible chance to elevate her career.

Kristine is currently situated in the charming town of Lund. She can't wait to travel all around Sweden and fulfill her dream of seeing the northern lights.

 Her indoor hobbies are watching sci-fi and adventure films, reading self-development books, and attending online courses in order to expand her knowledge. When it comes to outdoor hobbies, she enjoys cycling, exploring nature, and traveling. 

Welcome to Sweden, Kristine!


Did you know that Sweden...

is well-known for prioritizing quality of life in its labor laws, with very generous parental leave and the right to work part-time and receive compensation when taking care of sick children. High-quality and publicly subsidized childcare is available to all children, and at the age of seven all children are required to start attending school. Education is free for anyone working and living in Sweden, all the way up to and including university studies, and all students receive financial support from age 16 until the end of university studies.

And that...

one of the best aspects of living in Sweden is the inexpensive and high quality public healthcare system, which gives everyone who lives or works in Sweden equal access to heavily subsidized healthcare that is basically free after the first doctor’s visit. The system is taxpayer-funded and largely decentralized.


Competence beyond borders

Patrick Hiller, Chief Executive Officer