Questions are the key to knowledge
We have compiled for you below some answers to frequently-asked questions (FAQs) relating to an application at winkler. Your question may be among them. If, having read this information, you still have queries or are unsure about a particular point, you are welcome to contact us at any time.
What does a complete application look like?
Complete application documentation includes a covering letter, a curriculum vitae (cv) with a photo and references. For trainees, the last three school reports. Important: make sure you include full contact details, with e-mail address and telephone number
How does the application process work?
We start by making an initial selection in agreement with the specialist area in question, then follow up with first and second interviews. Our decision will then be based on that.
Will I be informed that my application has been received?
Yes, we send confirmation of receipt, preferably by e-mail.
Can I withdraw an application?
Yes, in this case, let us know either by telephone or by e-mailing: email@example.com.
How long will it take to get a reply?
We make every effort to process incoming applications quickly and to give you a reply as swiftly as possible. But it is important to us to check your application carefully, so we do need a little time to do this.
Should I apply online or in writing?
Either route is possible, but we prefer e-mail applications.
I'm interested in several jobs – do I need to submit several applications?
No, one application will be sufficient. In your covering letter, please mention the jobs which are of interest to you.
How do you deal with speculative applications?
We are pleased to receive speculative applications. It is helpful if you describe the activity which interests you in as much detail as possible. Otherwise, the same procedure applies to speculative applications as to ordinary ones.
What file formats and sizes can I send?
The ideal are Word or PDF documents, the attachments should be no more than 4 MB in total.
If I am rejected, will I be told why?
Like many other companies, we consider the assessment of an application to be a confidential internal process and so we are unable to provide information about the reasons for a rejection.