Right, more news on this one...
Have spoken directly to the hiring manager for the company in Denmark today, he is very keen on me so I understand! Anyway, found out some specifics about the job...
Though they have offices in Copenhagen, and other cities in Denmark and the world too, this job is based just outside a fairly small town called "Lem", about an hour north of Esjberg, or 2 hours north of the German Border. Or in other words, 4 hours west of Copenhagen.
The job does sound interesting though... My cup of tea so to speak, and it's a big company with a lot of opportunities going forward so I understand.
Salary wise, well... They're offering almost twice what my last salary was, though because I'd be paying twice the rate of tax, my take home pay would only be marginally higher if anything. And then there's the increased cost of living to take into account too!
Anyway, gonna have to wait til the new year now to hear if they wanna speak to me again... Which if they do, will be a trip out to meet them in Denmark so I would hopefully get the chance to get a feel for the company, the area and the country as a whole hopefully. Though the idea of being in a town of 10,000 people, an hour or more from anywhere any bigger, and 4 hours from a decent sized city (let alone even further from any decent mountain biking!) might be the deal breaker to be fair... Just don't know if at 29, as a single guy, who likes going out and values a social life that I could deal with living in the arse end of nowhere not knowing anybody really!
Not ruling it out just yet though... See what happens, sounds like they want me (they're not interviewing anyone else at least apparently!), so maybe could name my price... Or get them to see what they could do about the 25% tax rule, cos the salary they're offering me, if I could get away with paying only 25% tax, would be VERY favourable!
Oddjob, where exactly are you based in Denmark?