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SAN Group has a passion to grow – but this only works with having the right people at the table. Ensuring having the right mix of technical and social skills as well as passion and diversity requires a professional and transparent recruiting process.

  • 1. Your application

    You came across an open position that fits your profile? We are looking forward to hearing from you. Please send us your application via e-mail (jobs@san-group.com). Do not forget your letter of motivation and your curriculum vitae (CV). If the job ad is in English, please also apply in English. If the job ad is in a local language, you may also apply in this language. Recruiting data protection policy.

  • 2. Screening

    Our recruiters will screen all applications. The screening process may include a short telephone interview. After that, qualified applications will be forwarded to the hiring manager. They will shortlist applicants that will be invited for the first round of interviews.

  • 3. Interviews

    We have a two-step interview process. The first round of interviews is normally conducted by the future superior and the recruiter. The second interview often also includes the team where the position is placed. The applicant may have to prepare and present a case study.

  • 4. Offer

    If you were successful, you will receive an offer from our HR department. It contains your base salary and bonus as well as your fringe benefits. After having accepted the offer, your work contract will be issued together with all the information and details to make sure your start at SAN Group is a successful one. Welcome to the table!

We try our best to conclude the recruiting process as quickly as possible, but depending on the position and the number of applications the entire recruiting process may take a few weeks.

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