First impressions count.
Including at MKM.

Applying for a job is a bit like a first date. Take the opportunity to present yourself as well as you can. Here are a few useful tips about how to awaken our curiosity.

Don’t miss anything out

Your complete application should contain the following:

Your letter
Written on an A4 page, clearly structured and formulated.

Your CV in table form
Complete, correct and clearly structured.

Your certificates
As well as your graduation certificate, please include copies of certificates and reports from your two most recent years.

Avoid mistakes
Please use correct grammar and correct forms of address.

Submit correctly
If applying digitally, make sure your PDFs are accurately scanned and easily legible, and present them in a meaningful order. Your e-mail address should contain your proper name (not 'skywalker15').

Clearly sorted
By e-mail: if applying digitally, save and name your PDF documents clearly and unmistakeably.  Your application letter should also be a PDF and not simply pasted into the body of an e-mail.

 

Going the extra mile.

Here is some more advice you may also like to consider. There is no substitute for a conventional application, but you can enrich it. It will however not harm your application if you do not want to send us any additional information.

Surprising
Have you ever done or experienced anything unusual? Something that highlights your technical prowess or demonstrates your commitment? Then we would like to hear and see more about it.

Fascination
During your practical studies at school, did you gain knowledge of an area which particularly impressed you? Then tell us about it.

Impressive
Ever been on a journey, watched a film, attended a concert or read a book, or even written a blog? We want to hear about that too.

These tips are just suggestions. You are of course free to present yourself the way you best see fit. We are very glad you are interested in our company and we would like to thank you in advance for your application.  MKM. More than just a career.