Application process


17 locations, seven countries, 7800 employees. In an international family business, the right people are the basis of success.

For this reason, we highly value a stable and social work environment, as well as the quality of our application process – from first contact through to staff selection all the way to the integration process.

Your application

A comprehensive application is an essential step towards joining our team. Your complete application should include a cover letter/motivation letter, as well as your CV with photo. In order to assess your previous training and professional performance, please send us your relevant transcripts and references. It is easy to upload to our application portal up to 10 documents. More information on the topic of the online application is available in our FAQs.

 

Fast processing and ongoing information

Our team pays attention to the fast processing of received applications. It is not only important for us as a company to quickly fill open positions. We also want to prevent applicants from waiting to long and feeling uncertain.You receive ongoing information with regard to the current state of your application - from the confirmation of receipt of your documents to further steps following the interview and next information dates.

 

Onboarding: Time to integrate and time to meet the others

In the beginning of an employment relationship, everyone requires a certain period of time to adapt to the new role. We prepare all newcomers step-by-step for their upcoming tasks. They receive a precise induction plan, and will be introduced in the first few weeks to general, company specific, and industry-specific topics by an experienced colleague.

Following the induction phase, the manager will make time for a detailed feedback meeting during which first impressions can be exchanged.

We regularly organise an induction event for all new employees. It provides them with a general overview of the EGGER Group and allows them to get to know their colleagues. Of course, a plant visit is part of it.