Do you already have your first work experience, or a long career behind you? Do you want to pursue a new challenge? RWE offers exciting tasks, open-minded teams, challenging projects and a wide range of career opportunities. All this within the highly charged energy industry. Secure our future and yours today.
You can submit your full application via our online portal. After submitting your online application, you will receive an automatic confirmation of receipt. If you do not receive this, check your Junk Mail folder or contact us.
An invitation to a phone interview may be the next step in your application process. It gives both us and you an efficient opportunity to get to know one another a little.
If you have made a good impression, we will be very interested to get to know you in person, as well as find out about your expertise and skills. You will, of course, also find out more about the vacancy advertised during the interview, as well as about the team and the topics you will be working with. If you have any remaining questions at the end of the interview, we would be delighted to answer them for you.
Any further additional modules (e.g. assessment centre)
For some positions at RWE, we use assessment centres (also known as ACs) as part of our selection process. The structured process helps us to better identify your strengths and potential.
An assessment centre generally comprises various elements, depending on the position. It is important to remain authentic and to really reveal the kind of person you are.
The AC will also offer you a great opportunity to get to know us better as an employer. Make the most of this opportunity.
No matter whether you are an expert in job applications, or whether you wrote your last cover letter a few years ago:
if you keep these three tips in mind, you will be spot on.
For people with plenty of experience, reducing your cover letter to one sheet of A4 can feel like a mammoth task. Showing sufficient interest in the company and the position advertised, while integrating all the arguments in your favour, is the trick to it. Successful self-promotion gives HR managers a good idea of whether you are the right person for the job when they first read through your application. If you aren’t sure whether you have struck the right note, send your application to someone who will give you honest and valuable feedback before you submit it.
Personality, empathy and authenticity – these characteristics are often more persuasive than even the best references. Of course, an impressive CV that seems to fit the position available like a glove is helpful – but the overall picture must also be a perfect fit. We are happy to get to know you just as you are. After all, we’re looking for genuine individuals – we’ve already got all the machines we need.
Preparation for the big day
Has RWE invited you to an assessment centre? That shows that your application has already impressed us. If you have already attended an assessment centre, you already know that the day can be a challenge. Although the processes and tasks may vary from company to company or from field to field, you can have a think about what you want to do differently or better this time. This will mean you won’t need to feel as nervous on the day and can focus on the tasks and assignments instead.
You can consider yourself well prepared if you know what is important to you and what makes you stand out. If you also understand the reasons, motivation and experiences behind your career path so far, that’s even better!
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