Great! Then your application is the first step to becoming part of our team. Send us your application even if your ideal position was not listed. We have compiled all the information about the application process for you here.
Take a look at our job portal!
Nothing there for you?
Simply send us a speculative application!
We want to get to know you. Cover letter, resume, references, and certificates give us the first clues about who you are. Upload the documents in our job portal. In return, you will receive a confirmation of receipt.
We will look at your application together with colleagues from the respective department(s). We aim to give you quick feedback. If it does take longer, please be patient.
We’re interested in you and want to get to know you personally. You can get an idea of who we are in an initial phone/video interview or in-person appointment. If we are convinced that you could be a good fit for us, we will invite you to a (further) personal interview.
We clarify all questions – yours and ours. During the interview or afterward, if you think of anything else – and decide whether we want to work together in the future.
Perfect. You are in the team – we are looking forward to welcoming you!
To make sure we get all the info we need from you, just take a look at our table.
At Arineo we are on first-name terms. We find this more personal. It also fits better into our corporate culture and into our organization, which is cooperatively managed. Since we consider all interested parties to be potential new colleagues, we have decided to use an informal style in the career section of the website.
For the first personal contact, being on first-name terms can be unfamiliar and not everyone may want to be addressed in this way. For this reason, we generally use a more formal form of communication in the application process. Just use whatever form of address you feel comfortable with in your application. We look forward to hearing from you, whether you are on a first or last-name basis.
We want to find out a lot about you. In addition to your CV, your work references, degree certificates and, if applicable, proof of internships, your cover letter tells us who you are and what makes you different.
Here are some tips on what we’re most interested in seeing in your cover letter.
Tell us who you are, what drives you, what your strengths are, and, of course, what you can do professionally.
Who are you? Which IT topics are you interested in? Have you already been able to gain some initial IT or programming experience? Why would you like to train with us as an IT specialist for application development?
Who are you? Which IT topics are you interested in? Have you already been able to gain some initial IT or programming experience? Why would you like to complete the practical part of your dual study program for business information systems with us?
Who are you? Which IT topics are you interested in? Why would you like to work with us as a student trainee?
Who are you? Which IT topics are you interested in? Why do you want to do an internship with us? In what period would you like to complete your internship?
Who are you? Which IT topics are you interested in? Have you already been able to gain some initial IT or programming experience? Why do you want to do an internship with us? Which school subjects do you particularly enjoy? When should the internship take place?
Who are you? Which IT topics are you interested in? Why do you want to write your thesis with us and in what time frame?