15 March, 2023Blixens, Brabrand OR online
Job searching in Denmark may be different from what you are used to in your home country. We get many questions about how companies’ screen applications, and so do Aarhus Municipality’s International Employment Unit, and Aarhus University’s Expat Partner Programme. Thus, the three of us decided to join forces and host an event, where you can get answers from the horse’s mouth; the recruiters themselves.
Join this event and get a deeper understanding of the recruitment process and how you can increase your chances of getting through the first screening and to the job interview.
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At the event, you will listen to short presentations from different Danish companies - each with their own approach to recruitment. After the presentations, we will pose the questions you have for the recruiters, e.g.:
Who within the company is typically involved in the recruitment process and who is responsible for what?
Do you use automated processes for screening applications and selecting candidates – if yes, how do they work?
Do you use LinkedIn in the recruitment process – how do you use LinkedIn and how can I make myself easier to be found? Can I connect with you?
What does a great CV look like? And a great cover letter?
And most likely many more!
Get ready for an informative two-hour event and get valuable advice and insights for your next job application!
Would you like to attend online? Make yourself a cup of coffee, prepare your notebook and join the workshop online! Click here for online participation.
Would you like to attend in person? Please join us for an informal event in Blixens, Brabrand. Please note that we only have a limited number of seats for physical attendance. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.
Date and Time: 15th March 2023 from 9.30 AM to 11.30 AM. (CEST)
Location: Blixens, Karen Blixens Blvd. 7, Brabrand, Denmark OR online
Organizers: Aarhus Municipality’s International Employment Unit, Aarhus University’s Expat Partner Programme and HEADSTART