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Application Process

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Here at Eurofins we aim to deliver a great candidate experience, this starts with transparency of information about what you can expect from the application process. Whether you're starting your search, preparing for an interview or more, we want you to understand what happens at each stage of the recruitment process with us.

Step One - Searching For a Role

You can view our opportunities on our Current Vacancies page. If you can't find what you're looking for feel free to submit a speculative application to join our talent bank. Also remember to sign up for job alerts so we can email you when jobs arise which you are interested in.

Step Two - Submit an Online Application

Now you found the job you wish to apply for, complete the short online application form. This is your chance to tell us about your skills and experience and why you want to be part of our team. Remember to upload an up to date CV alongside your application form. This is a short process and should take no longer than 20 minutes to complete.

Step Three - Telephone Interview

The telephone interview stage includes a brief review of your CV to help us better understand you.

Step Four - Formal interview Stage /Assessment Centre 

The final stage of the recruitment process might be either a formal interview or a full assessment centre depending on the role you have applied for. For some of our roles we hold assessment centres, these are designed to assess and observe the key skills we are looking for in the role, through relevant group and individual tasks. Assessment centres give us the opportunity to see you being yourself and being great at it.

Step Five - Discovery Day

The final stage of the recruitment process has been developed to allow candidates to experience the role and the working environment they will be working in. This will consist of a meet and greet with the team to ask any questions you may have about the role. This will hopefully give you the opportunity to see what the job is really about by experiencing it firsthand.