thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG
47166 Duisburg, Germany
+49 (0)203 52-0
This means you can continue to grow and learn in a company that wants the best for you and of you: your dedication and good ideas, your expertise and creativity, your commitment and hard work. In return you’ll get entrepreneurial freedom, individual security, fair compensation and first-rate development opportunities.
Together we are working to develop the future of steel. That requires openness to new things, curiosity and creativity. And good ideas rarely happen alone – the best way to generate them is in a team!
Have we aroused your interest? Then take a look at our online job board to see if we have the right position for you. If you can’t find what you’re looking for you are very welcome to apply through our speculative applications link for employees without a degree (m/f/other). Your application should include what qualifications you have and the area you would like to work in – we will then handle the internal coordination.
Application tips - for the perfect first impression
Make sure your application documents are complete
A good application usually includes:
In your cover letter, tell us a little about yourself and why you are applying:
What job are you applying for?
Why does this job interest you?
What expectations do you have of your new job?
What makes you the right person for this position?
Include an up-to-date résumé
Format your résumé as a table
Start with your most recent position
Adhere to accepted standards
Check your texts carefully for grammar and spelling mistakes.
Clearly structure your application and make sure it’s easy to read by using paragraphs, appropriate line spacing and easily legible font sizes.
For online applications, only attach files that can be opened on standard computers. Before sending your application, you should ideally convert all Word documents into unencrypted PDF files no larger than 5 MB.
Show yourself in a good light
List related hobbies and personal interests in your résumé.
Write your cover letter in a way that makes us want to learn more about you.
Tell us why it would be worthwhile for us to employ you.
Provide us with some connecting points we can explore more fully in an interview.