The recruitment process
The recruitment process in Ramboll may vary depending on the position you are applying for or the country it is based in.
The recruitment processGo to vacancies
Before applying for a position at Ramboll, we recommend that you familiarise yourself with our business areas. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the hiring manager listed in the job posting.
Your application should reflect who you are as a person. Make sure to include your motivation for applying for the specific job, and attach an up-to-date resume including a detailed description of your professional skills.
After submitting your application through our online form, your skills and experience will be assessed by our recruiters. If they believe there’s a match for the position, they’ll contact you for a phone or video interview, or meet you in person.
At the initial interview you will typically meet the hiring manager responsible for the business area or department where you have applied. You’ll learn more about Ramboll as well as the position. And they will of course want to learn more about you.
If you are invited to a second interview, you will typically meet a representative from HR and/or other members of the team. Depending on which position you are applying for, we might ask you to fill out an assessment test before making a formal offer.
Ten tips for applying for a job at Ramboll
At Ramboll we are always looking for talented employees to fill our job vacancies. Here are some tips for writing a good application.
01 Read the job application carefully
It must be visible in your application that you have understood the content of the job description properly.
02 Inform us of your experience
Tell us what experiences from your study, previous student jobs, internships, projects etc. that you can draw on.
03 Explain why we are a match
You should present a convincing case for how you match the job requirements.
04 Let your motivation shine through
Specify why you want to work at Ramboll and how you think you can contribute.
05 Express your values
Tell us what is important in your working life.
06 Show us who you are
Your personality must shine through so we get an impression of you as a person.
07 Write a CV
Your CV must as a minimum contain personal contact info:Full name, address, mobile, email etc., relevant education, work experience and the relevant responsibilities you have had. End your CV with your spare time activities, e.g. sport activities, hobbies.Put a page number on each side.
08 Include other insights
Any international experience, ‘management skills’ obtainedn from student jobs or other positions, voluntary work – write it in.
09 Keep it short
Your application must be targeted, accurate - approximately one A4 page.
10 Be structured
Arrange the information in your CV and application in a comprehensive manner.