Tips for your CV and your interview
Our Recruitment Process
Once you find an opening through our job opportunities, apply for that position. If you didn’t find anything, you may always send your application through our website.
Our personnel recruitment team then proceeds to evaluating all candidates. If your application is selected, a member of our team will get in touch with you for a preliminary call in order to understand if our professional needs match your skills and goals.
After the first phone conversation, should your profile stand out as in line with our company’s needs, you will be invited to one of our branches for an interview.
The interview will be conducted by both our Recruitment Team and the Specialized Technicians operating in the field and department you’re applying to.
If your interview is successful and you stand out as the best fit for the job, you will receive an official offer from our Recruitment Team. We will remain at your disposal, should you have any enquiries regarding your position.
Tips for your CV
- Make sure your contacts are in it.
- Characters shouldn’t be smaller than 10 pts, and the overall length of it shouldn’t exceed two pages.
- Experienced should be listed chronologically from most recent to least.
- Always highlight the skills and experience most related to the position you’re applying for.
- Your strong suits should be clear and easy to understand.
- Be thorough with information. Describe your results in detail, so to allow our recruitment team to understand your profile and potential.
Tips for your Interview
- It is important to know about the company’s activities
- Be on time
- Carefully examine the job description
- Tell us about your studies and work experience. Highlight your tasks and responsibilities
- Know what you want for your future
- Prove motivated to work for the company you’re applying to
- Show interest in recurrent training
- Flexibility is a must!
- Ask questions and try to find out about the practical aspects of the job, so to really come across as interested in learning about what’s asked from you