As soon as you have filled out our application form, your application is on its way to us. We will send you a confirmation as soon as possible.
If your application looks exciting to us, we will always invite you to a get-to-know-you interview as a first step. All our interviews take place via Google Meet. We will send you a link via email, and with a simple click, you can take part in the interview.
The interview will take place with 1-2 other individuals. We would like to chit-chat and get to know you in a relaxed environment. We may also clarify some questions that came to our minds when we viewed your application. Sometimes there may be people that take part in your interview who have nothing to do with the job you have applied for. This is not a bad thing at all, but we really take a close look at your application, and perhaps another area in our company is a better fit for you and your qualifications.
It may also be the case that we would like to record the interview. However, it's perfectly okay if you don't want us to. Open and honest communication is important to us from the beginning and if you feel uncomfortable with it, then we completely understand. It is normal for people to refuse - no one is offended and we continue the interview process as normal.
Important to know: If we do get your permission to record, then we only store it for only as long as necessary and at the latest, we will delete it when the application process is over. Of course, you can also ask us to delete it at any time. Directly after the interview, if you realize that you don't want us to keep a recording then please share this with the team.
If the conversation is cool and both sides want to do it, then the application process continues. And yes, both sides. Because sometimes it can happen that after the first interview, applicants say that they don't want to work for us. Which is completely legitimate, of course. It would then be cool for us to know what the reason was.
Either an interview takes place or, in some teams, a trial work day. Currently, some of these take place completely remotely via Google Meet. But sometimes also hybrid. You may be sitting with a few people in the meeting room and others join in because they also want to get to know you.
In general, job interviews at our company are probably different than what you would expect at other companies. Sometimes they are perceived as a bit hectic because our goal is to make sure that new employees really fit in with us. That's why we don't leave the assessment of candidates to an HR boss or a department head (these titles don't even exist at our company), but rather we select new colleagues as a team. The most important thing for us is to get to know each other personally and to clarify professional strengths and weaknesses. In concrete terms, this means that job interviews are open to all employees and anyone who wants to can attend. But don't panic! There won't be 30 people sitting across from you asking you questions. It's important to us that you feel comfortable and don't get totally stressed out.