Once you have submitted the online application form, you will receive a confirmation of receipt at your e-mail address. If you do not receive a confirmation, it means we haven't received your application.
It's worth taking the time to put your CV together carefully. It's important the content is clear, complete and relevant. This includes:
- Contact details: address, e-mail and telephone number
- Tabular listing of education and work experience
- First language (mother tongue) and other language skills
- IT skills
- Optional: a professional portrait photograph
For general application questions, please contact our Recruiting Team via email. If you have any questions regarding the content of the position, please contact the person listed in the job advertisement.
This is your opportunity to explain why you are motivated to apply and show your skills and experience for the open position.
A get-to-know-you chat can take many forms. But it often follows the following structure:
- Structure of the chat is explained
- People taking part are introduced
- Company/business unit or position is presented
- Candidate's questions
- Interview is wrapped up, next steps are explained and everyone says their good-byes
Follow these tips to be best prepared for your application to work for Emmi.
- Find out about Emmi in advance
- Think about how you will briefly introduce yourself
- Be authentic and talk openly
- Write down all the questions that you still need answers to
- Be organised in advance (to arrive on time, have the correct clothing, etc.)
- Prepare yourself for the expected questions (e.g. about why you are applying, your strengths and weaknesses, etc.). Try to support your answers with real-life examples
- Bring something to write with and turn off your mobile phone
Emmi will never make you an offer without a personal interview and will never ask for money to join our company. All our current vacancies are displayed on our website where you can search for positions and apply directly.
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Rejections can be painful and disappointing, but in most cases they are part of the application process. A rejection does not necessarily mean that your skills were not sufficient, but that someone was even better suited for this particular position among the sometimes numerous candidates.
- Take a rejection seriously, but not personally.
- Be proactive in dealing with the rejection and ask for detailed feedback on why it didn’t work out. This will make it easier for you to understand the rejection.
- Even if it is sometimes hard to understand, don’t get discouraged and use the knowledge you've gained for the next application.