As a specialist in engineering insurance and inspection, we are proud of having the best technical knowledge and experience in the industry and we recognise that our employees are the driving force behind this success.
Our list of current vacancies are listed below - details on submitting an application are contained within each job description.
Simple steps for the perfect application
The more pertinent your application is, the better your chances of success. Have you found a position on this page that matches your profile? Do the requirements correspond to your experience? Does the task reflect your professional expectations and goals? If so, then we look forward to receiving your application.
Your application must contain the following:
- An informative curriculum vitae
- A clearly structured cover letter
- A copy of all relevant credentials and documents
Please make sure that you prepare each one of your application documents with due quality and care.
- The covering letter is an initial sample of your work. It should be written with care and relate specifically to the advertised position.
- First impressions count, so make sure the layout is right:
- Full company address
- Your own contact information
- Subject line referring to the advertised position
- Correct salutation
- A structured text body
- Complimentary close
- Spelling and grammar must be right, so get a friend to check the application letter for mistakes.
- Make sure you have answered the four Ws:
- What position are you applying for?
- What appeals to you about the position advertised?
- What makes you right for the job?
- What, apart from your knowledge, makes you stand out?
- Note: Keep it short and simple.
- Change your perspective and always think about the addressee when you are writing the letter. The central question is: “What is it about you that will make the other person sit up and take notice?”
- List all important steps of your professional development so far, starting with the latest step – i.e., you start with your current position.
- Explain what your function and tasks were, which projects and topics you have worked on.
- Make sure that your CV comprises all steps and that the information given in your CV is consistent with your reference letters.
- Remember to also include information on extracurricular activity, knowledge of languages, IT knowledge, etc.
- Again, change your perspective and ask yourself: "What does the addressee need to know about me?"