How to Join Us
We are constantly seeking new teammates to join us in advancing the solution as we work to build a more sustainable future. We make an effort to make the hiring process a satisfying and professional experience for everyone involved, regardless of the result. In an effort to better prepare you and provide you with all the necessary information, we have outlined the various steps in our recruitment process below.
Please be aware that the procedure described below is merely an example. Depending on the position type, there may be variations.
Our Recruitment Process
Find the ideal match for you
Offer and onboarding
After you accept a job offer, the onboarding procedure begins. We want to welcome you warmly right away and give you the greatest start possible on your new journey.
Your new manager will design an onboarding plan to ensure everything is ready for you to join and send you an email with a link to the onboarding system where you can obtain pertinent information about ARTMAC. We have planned a number of activities for you to participate in on your first day and throughout your first few months at ARTMAC to help you get to know your coworkers, our business, and the ARTMAC culture. Additionally, a buddy will be given to you to help you out during the early stages of your work.
Frequently Asked Questions
Although technically you are not required to submit a cover letter when applying, doing so is seen as clearly advantageous. You have the opportunity to tell the recruiter more about yourself, your strengths, and your skills in relation to the job by including a cover letter along with your resume.
The qualities of a strong cover letter and CV are dependent on a variety of variables, including the job’s requirements and the nation in which you are applying.
However, when creating your application materials, it’s crucial to remember that your CV and cover letter should accurately reflect the job description in terms of experience, responsibilities, competencies, and language use.
A few general tips:
- Make sure your CV and cover letter are complementary. Instead of summarizing your resume, a cover letter should go into greater detail about how you meet the requirements of the position.
- Don’t tell it; show it. Use actual instances to illustrate how your skills and experience have been applied in different contexts rather than just listing them.
- Only include information in your CV and cover letter that is pertinent to the position for which you are applying. This enables the use of straightforward, brief, and concise application material.
- Make sure your resume has clear titles and a good organization. The required information ought to be accessible to the recruiter.
- To provide a complete and professional picture of yourself, remember to carefully proofread both your resume and cover letter.
There are always openings for applications. You might have other qualities or skills that are appropriate for the position even if you have less or different experience than what is specified in the job posting. If you find a position interesting, we encourage you to apply because passion can also go a long way.