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The recruitment process - unsolicited applications for our production sites in Denmark

 

1. First, go to our job portal where you will find a list of all vacancies. Choose the vacancy you want to apply for. To apply you need to:

  • Create a profile and upload your CV (work history) and possibly a cover letter
  • Answer the questions in the questionnaire. Here it is important that you check the boxes with qualifications that you already HAVE experience with and not just what you want to work with.
  • To finish the process press Apply in the bottom of the page
  • If you are not sure how to apply you can always find a guide by clicking here.

After we have received your application, you will get an email confirmation.

2. When our sites look for extra employees for the production, they go through all the applications and contact you directly if you have the right qualifications.

Please note: When you apply unsolicited, we can’t guarantee an answer, because we might not have any vacancies when you apply.

3. Six months after you visited your profile the last time, it will be deleted in our system.

Apply unsolicited at our production sites in Denmark here

The recruitment process for advertised positions for blue-collar workers

1. Create a profile and send your CV and cover letter

First, go to our job portal, where you will find a list of all vacancies. Choose the vacancy you want to apply for. To apply you need to:

  • Create a profile and follow the instructions
  • Upload your CV (work history) and feel free to upload a motivated cover letter as well
  • To finish the process press Apply in the bottom of the page. 

After we have received your application, you will get an email confirmation.

Please note that the following process can vary from country to country. 

2. The selection process

The hiring manager screen and handle your application. If the hiring manager thinks your profile and competences match the vacancy, you will be called in for an interview. 

3. The job interview

The interview itself will probably last about an hour to an hour and a half. Here you will meet the hiring manager and possibly also a team member. The focus of this conversation is on your competences and you as a person.

You will also have the possibility to hear more about the vacancy, the department/team, and other aspects you want to learn more about in order to decide whether Danish Crown should be your future employer. In that way both parties can decide if it is a possible match.

4. The decision

After the job interview the hiring manager will make a decision. In some cases, we will ask for a reference from a former employer or colleague. In those cases, we will always ask for the contact information directly from you. If all parties agree on a match, you will be offered the job.

If you have had an interview and are not offered the job, you will get a call from us with a reason/explanation.

If you are not invited for an interview, you will receive a written rejection letter on email.
 

 

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