“The quality of a workplace is partly measured by the recreational value of the wider environment.”

Klasmann-Deilmann: a team with out­stan­ding abi­li­ties

Just as we move Klasmann-Deilmann for­ward, so Klasmann-Deilmann moves us for­ward. We’re real­ly good at what we do. If you reco­gnise yours­elf in the pro­files below, then we alre­ady have a lot in com­mon.

Your app­li­ca­ti­on: show us what you’ve got

App­ly­ing for a job is always a big deal, whe­ther you’re a care­er star­ter or an expe­ri­en­ced spe­cia­list or exe­cu­ti­ve. As we’re inte­rested in dia­lo­gue with you, take this oppor­tu­ni­ty to pre­sent yours­elf and your abi­li­ties in a way that does yours­elf jus­ti­ce.

  • Impress us with your covering let­ter: why would you like to work at Klasmann-Deilmann, what are your expec­ta­ti­ons and why do you think you’re espe­ci­al­ly sui­ta­ble for the job?
  • Your cur­ri­cu­lum vitae reveals the qua­li­fi­ca­ti­ons and expe­ri­ence you bring to the job.
  • We’re espe­ci­al­ly keen to see examp­les of (soci­al or cul­tu­ral) vol­un­ta­ry invol­ve­ment not direct­ly rela­ted to your work qua­li­fi­ca­ti­ons and skills.
  • Aug­ment your app­li­ca­ti­on with the fol­lo­wing: edu­ca­tio­nal cer­ti­fi­ca­tes and docu­men­ta­ti­on of internships, addi­tio­nal qua­li­fi­ca­ti­ons, lan­guage cour­ses, etc.
  • Obser­ve all the for­mal cri­te­ria for pro­fes­sio­nal cor­re­spon­dence such as com­ple­teness, accu­ra­cy and com­pli­an­ce with rele­vant stan­dards.
  • A covering let­ter spe­ci­fy­ing why you are inte­rested in Klasmann-Deilmann and why we should be inte­rested in you;
  • CV giving full updated details of school- and work-rela­ted edu­ca­ti­on and trai­ning, care­er histo­ry, and pre­fer­a­b­ly also your hob­bies and inte­rests;
  • Cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on of school, hig­her-edu­ca­ti­on and vocational/professional qua­li­fi­ca­ti­ons and tes­ti­mo­ni­als from your pre­vious employ­ers;
  • Cer­ti­fi­ca­tes docu­men­ting in-ser­vice trai­ning and spe­ci­fic skills.

We’ll respond to your app­li­ca­ti­on initi­al­ly with a writ­ten ack­now­led­ge­ment of rece­ipt, and will then get in touch again short­ly the­re­af­ter, as soon as the next step in the pro­cess ari­ses. Whe­re job ope­nings are adver­ti­sed in the nor­mal way, this wai­ting peri­od may go on for a few weeks after the app­li­ca­ti­on dead­line.

Should we invi­te you for a face-to-face inter­view, we will con­tact you to arran­ge a time and place. In cer­tain cases, a fol­low-up inter­view may also be requi­red.

We wish you the very best of suc­cess!

Your job inter­view: on an equal foo­ting with us

If you are invi­ted for an inter­view, this means you have been short­listed for this par­ti­cu­lar posi­ti­on. We see job inter­views as a first oppor­tu­ni­ty for both par­ties to get to know each other and to enter into dia­lo­gue on equal terms. Alt­hough a mee­ting of this kind is a spe­cial situa­ti­on, stay authen­tic and pre­sent yours­elf in the best light.

  • Whe­ther you’re tra­vel­ling by train or car, find out in good time how to get to the inter­view.
  • Your out­fit and appearan­ce should be appro­pria­te for the job you’re going for, and should make a good impres­si­on.
  • Go into the inter­view with a posi­ti­ve atti­tu­de and see yours­elf as being on an equal foo­ting with the com­pa­ny.
  • Don’t hesi­ta­te to ask ques­ti­ons about the job you’re inter­viewing for, and show that you’re enga­ged in the con­ver­sa­ti­on.

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