Breathe better. Live better.
"We are intellectually curious, eager to make a big impact and interested in health, science and technology."
We believe that team building and friendly inspiration outside the office is important for our long-term growth. Hence, we aim to facilitate discussions amongst our employees. In other words, our flat structure ensures that your voice will be heard regardless of your position.
We are multi-cultural, intellectually curious and creative thinkers, eager to grow and make a big impact, excellent communicators and collaborators, and interested in health, science and technology.
Our open office is designed for collaboration and creativity. We also have a lab, quiet spaces, and fun distractions for when you need a break. Along with big goals and a challenging work environment, we promote this lifestyle with lots of fun activities, free lunches eaten together everyday and regular company retreats.
We hope you're excited by all the possibilities that come with working at Airthings! In addition to our unique culture, we also offer these fun perks and benefits:
Our cantina was rated best lunch in Oslo in 2017!
Flexible work hours
Work-life balance is important, so we aim to be flexible.
We recognize strong performance and reward with annual bonuses.
Airthings employees have the opportunity to invest in the company.
Hiking mountains, skiing down slopes, it's all part of our Norwegian spirit.
We work hard and play hard with regular social activities.
Established in 2008, Airthings is a Norway-based IoT company led by a team of experienced scientists, engineers and technology professionals, with a common goal: to educate on the prevalence of radon, as well as other indoor air contaminants, and develop accessible technology solutions to help people stay healthy.
Every idea starts with a problem: radon testing for homeowners hasn’t improved in almost 30 years.
Several scientists working together at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) saw a gap in the radon market—
or more like a deadlock. Traditionally, consumers only had two options: call a professional to test their radon levels, or purchase a single-use charcoal test which was then sent to a lab for the results.
We started Airthings to break free from these traditions and put consumers, as well as business owners, back in control of their indoor air quality.
At our headquarters, we develop everything from hardware and firmware to mobile apps, cloud services and a dashboard where we visualize user data.
IFA Innovation Award
CES Innovation Award Honoree