How to Apply
Your first step toward a career with Bertelsmann should begin by embracing all the information, tools, and technological support located on our international recruiting website. As you might be aware, Bertelsmann is a highly decentralized organization with more than 400 companies, and each company conducts its own individual recruitment efforts.
This website has been created to consolidate the majority of all our international employment opportunities and programs. Our goal is to help you navigate you course toward Creating Your Own Career as part of the Bertelsmann family.
To begin Creating Your Own Career, please follow these simple steps:
1. To begin your search for an opportunity or program, simply click on the Job Search section to the right of this screen.
2. Pick a Division and Country that interests you and click on the Search button.
If you can't find an opportunity that is interesting to you, then please click on the Advanced Search button to refine your search criteria.
3. Once you find an opportunity or program that you like, you can apply through our online application system. (Additional application processes and procedures may be required; please follow the directions specified in the posting.)
This system allows you to attach your existing resume/CV, save your personal data, and receive electronic updates on the status of your application.
If you experience any difficulties using our online application, please use the e-mail contact below and a member of our team will do their best to answer your query or address your issue.
Please keep in mind that a resume/CV submitted is your opportunity to be noticed in 30 seconds, so make your resume count.
The resume is a tool with one specific purpose: to win an interview.
- A resume is an advertisement.
- A resume should inspire the prospective employer to pick up the phone and ask you to come in for an interview.
- A resume is not a history of your past.
- A resume is not a personal statement or some sort of self expression.
Next Steps and Interviewing
If you are fortunate to be called in for an interview or to simply meet with a manager or representative of the company, feel free to thank them for the invitation and begin your path to success with clear dialogue.
- Always remember to research your interview location before the date so that you know how to get there by public or private transportation.
- Remember to dress for the occassion. A little bit of research and a phone call to the recruiter may help avoid embarrasing situations.
- Bring extra copies of your resume/CV, especially if it has been updated since you last submitted your application.
- Do follow up with a thank you notification to the interviewer so that you may open another path of dialogue.