- How does the application process work?
- Can I submit an unsolicited application?
- What documents should I attach to my application?
- What can I expect on my first day at work?
- How do we work in the ISO-Gruppe?
- What is the ISO working model?
- How can I continue my professional development?
- Is it possible to change to other departments within the ISO-Gruppe?
- What opportunities do I have as a career changer in the ISO-Gruppe?
- Is there a possibility to work abroad?
- Is there a dress code?
- Where are the ISO-Gruppe locations?
- Who can I contact if I have any questions?
How does the application process work?
After you send us your application documents, we will promptly contact and confirm the receipt of your application documents. If a match is made, we will be delighted to get to know you in an initial interview. If the first interview was successful for both parties and you can imagine working for us, we will be happy to speak to you again to discuss your new employment opportunity in more detail.
Should the process prove unsuccessful, we would like to save your documents in our talent pool with your permission.
Can I submit an unsolicited application?
You haven't found what you are looking for, but find the company exciting?
Then you are welcome to send us an unsolicited application. We will carefully review your documents and clarify the job opportunities within the ISO-Gruppe. Should there not be a match, we would be happy to save your documents in our talent pool.
What documents should I attach to my application?
We can get a better first impression of you when the documents you send are more detailed. Your application documents should include a cover letter, resume, references, and certificates. Please send us your documents in PDF format only.
What can I expect on my first day at work?
First and most importantly, welcome on board. We welcome all our new employees to our Welcome Day event. You can meet your new colleagues and get a first impression of the company. We will provide you with the essential information on getting started and outline the basic work processes.
After the Welcome Day event, your colleagues from the respective departments will be waiting for you and introduce themselves. On your first day at work, you will discuss and plan your orientation in the team. By taking on responsible tasks at an early stage and “on-the-job training,” you will quickly integrate into the team. Your colleagues will be happy to help and provide advice.
How do we work in the ISO-Gruppe?
We maintain short decision-making paths and flat hierarchies so that our project teams can work agilely and flexibly. We use our talents and skills to master socially relevant and future-oriented IT projects.
What is the ISO working model?
A healthy work-life balance is vital to us. For this reason, we offer flextime as a general rule. The core working hours are from Monday through Thursday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and on Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Should there be an important appointment, we are sure to find a reasonable solution.
We also offer the possibility to work from home, depending on the job, customer's environment, and the production environment. Each ISO area is unique, and the remote-work regulation varies accordingly.
How can I continue my professional development?
Do you want to develop your skills and knowledge further? ISO places great emphasis on the topic of further education. The learning methods are as varied as the contents - from in-house seminars with specific themes to training courses with external providers. English and German courses are part of our standard program and are individually adapted to the needs of the respective group.
Is it possible to change to other departments within the ISO-Gruppe?
After completion of a project or if new areas of responsibility develop, it is possible to change departments. Many colleagues have already successfully made use of this option.
What opportunities do I have as a career changer in the ISO-Gruppe?
Career changers also have good opportunities with us, whether in administration, finance, marketing, as a personnel consultant or in software development as a Scrum Master or Product Owner. It is important that you are committed to the new task and willing to learn. A similar education or a related profession in which you have previously worked is, of course, an advantage. If you have worked in an office in the hotel industry, for example, you will find your way around our back office after a little familiarization. Or do you come from an industry that we work for and bring industry knowledge with you? Great! The companies of the ISO-Gruppe are active in automation, data quality (SAP and non-SAP), aviation, medical technology, public administration, and tourism.
Is there a possibility to work abroad?
Our international projects allow shorter stays, especially in a department with significant international contacts. But longer assignments abroad (for example, Malaysia or Canada), from a few weeks to several months, are also possible.
Is there a dress code?
We leave the choice up to you. In our daily work in the office, you will see us in either a T-shirt or a dress shirt. Business attire is only required when meeting customers or on official occasions.
Where are the ISO-Gruppe sites?
As an internationally positioned software manufacturer, there are numerous subsidiaries in Germany, and subsidiaries in Austria, Poland, and Canada.
Who can I contact if I have any questions?
If you have any unanswered questions, please feel free to contact our colleagues in the HR department. You can reach them at email@example.com.
We look forward to meeting you!