Your application

We are pleased that you would like to apply to us! 

You can find out everything about the application process at Volkswagen Group Services GmbH here. We will explain which information and documents we need from you and what makes our selection process special.


Your application profile in the career portal (with explanatory film)

Explanatory film Career Portal
Part 2: Application & Application Profile

On our online application portal, you will find our vacancies at all of our German locations on a daily basis. You can use the full-text search to search for a job or select job offers according to career level, functional area or location.

If you cannot find a suitable vacancy in your search, you can set up a “job subscription”. To do this, create an applicant profile with your personal and professional skills. You can import this from Xing or LinkedIn and update it at any time. You will then automatically receive notification of new suitable positions. With the saved profile, with just a few clicks you can easily apply for any position of interest to you. In the explanatory film “Apply online with a few mouse clicks”, we show you how easy it is.

We are active in many different service areas of the automotive industry. That is why we offer a wide variety of specialist positions. Build your professional future on a secure foundation with a permanent position within the Volkswagen Group.

Application tips

The application documents:

These give us a first impression of who you are and what you bring with you as a prerequisite for the position.

The CV is one of the most important documents for this. From this, we are able to inform ourselves on your career up to now as well as your qualifications. We like seeing a meaningful structure at Volkswagen Group Services GmbH - for example:

Personal data I Work experience I Education I Skills

The curriculum vitae should be truthful and complete and show your successes at the same time.

In terms of clarity (and ultimately also data volume), the selection of certificates and any supporting documents should concentrate on relevant documentation: highest educational achievement, important job references, required certificates/supporting documents.

The interview:

If you are invited to a telephone interview, you should generally prepare yourself as you would for an interview (in this case, however, you do not have to worry about your external appearance).

Prior to an interview, reflect on your curriculum vitae:

  • Which information is important for your counterpart to get to know you better?
  • What were the reasons for individual steps in your career?
  • Which strengths (especially those that are also important for the position) and possible weaknesses do you have? If you feel unsure, you can ask friends or family for their impressions.

Use the basis of the job advertisement to prepare yourself for the recruiter's technical questions. Make a note of the questions you want to ask the interviewer and give them a clear structure.

Select clothing for an interview so that you feel physically comfortable. Check that it is appropriate for the position you are applying for.

Finally, you should plan to arrive relaxed on the day of the meeting. Prevent any delays so as not to arrive at the company, feeling under stress. In the event of an unforeseen delay, it is helpful to have the recruiter's name and telephone number at hand so that you can get in touch in good time.


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