How to apply?
After you have sent us your application documents, we will send you a confirmation of receipt.
Your profile sounds promising and matches our requirements. Then send us your application – we look forward to it!
The interview went well and you are the right candidate for the position? Then you are invited to a second job interview. If your requirements match ours, we will discuss the details of a recruitment.
Should things not work out, we ask for your permission to keep your documents in our talent pool and to contact you again if need arises.
Can I send an unsolicited application?
You couldn’t find what you were looking for, but would like to apply anyway?
No problem – just send us your unsolicited application. We will review your documentation diligently to clarify a possible position as part of the ISO-Gruppe.
What documents should I add to my application?
The more detailed your documents, the better your first impression. Your application documents should include a cover letter, a CV or resume, and your certificates. Please send us your documents in PDF format only.
What can I expect on my first day at work?
First of all: welcome aboard. At the beginning of each month, we welcome our new colleagues on our Welcome Day. Get to know our new colleagues, and get a first impression of our company. Moreover, at the round table we provide important information on getting started and on basic work processes. After a tour of our Nuremberg locations and a joint snack, the event ends and the colleagues from your specialist area await you.
Already on the first working day you discuss and plan the induction training with the respective superiors. By taking on responsibility at an early stage and doing training on the job, you will quickly become a part of the team. Your colleagues will be happy to assist you with advice and deeds.
How do we work in the ISO-Gruppe?
We value quick decision processes and flat hierarchies so that our project teams can work in an agile and flexible way. We inspire our customers with our talents and abilities.
Which approach to work does ISO provide?
Balancing professional demands and private life is important to us. We therefore generally offer flexible working hours. Core working hours are from Monday to Thursday between 10:00 and 16:00, on Friday between 10:00 and 14:00. If you have an important date during these hours, we will certainly find a solution.
Does ISO offer further education?
You want to continue your education? At ISO, the topic of continuing education is a top priority. The learning methods are as varied as the training content – from thematically tailored in-house seminars to training courses at external providers. Courses for German and English are part of our standard program and are individually adapted to the needs of each group.
Can I switch to other departments within the ISO-Gruppe?
Once a project has been completed or if new areas of responsibility develop, it is possible to change departments. Many colleagues have already done so.
Is it possible for me to work abroad?
Our international projects allow for brief stays, for example in a department with strong international contacts. Longer assignments abroad, from a few weeks to several months, are also conceivable.
Is there a dress code?
We leave it to you. In our daily work in the office, you can find some colleagues in T-shirts while others wear long-sleeved shirts. “Business formal” is required only for customer contacts and official occasions.
Where are the ISO-Gruppe sites?
As an international software producer, we have numerous branch offices in Germany, Austria, Poland and Canada.
Who can I contact if I have questions?
If you can think of any points not listed, please feel free to contact our colleagues of the personnel department. You can reach them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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