How we hire

Finding your role at Electrolux Group

We know that choosing the right company to shape your career is a huge decision. We aim to create a smooth and easy hiring process so that you can focus on moving to the next step, whether that next step is submitting your application or preparing for an interview.  

Our hiring journey

Ready to go? Here are the key steps in our hiring process beginning with the application, which you can do today! 
It all starts here. Once you find a job that interests you, follow the instructions to submit your application. We also encourage you to provide a cover letter, portfolio, or any other supporting material. Keep your contact information and CV details accurate and current. This will help speed up the application process. 
Our Talent Acquisition team will ensure your application is reviewed and evaluated. This can take a few weeks. If your application fits our criteria, we will contact you (via video, phone or pre-screening questions) to understand more about your interest in the role and learn more about what inspires you.
Next up, interviews! This is when you’ll meet the hiring manager to discuss the role's details. You may also meet others from the team and senior stakeholders. Our interview tips can help! We may ask you to complete assessments, (ability, personality and potential) or technical tasks for some roles. Don’t worry, we’ll provide you with plenty of support.
Congratulations! If selected, a member of the team will contact you to make an offer.​ If you don’t get an offer, don't be discouraged. Your profile can still match other positions. So keep it updated, make sure to join our talent community here on the career site and remember to create job alerts. 
We want you to feel part of the team and inspire you, even before you start. So during this period, you’ll get contacts and information through our digital onboarding process. Contact the Talent Acquisition Partner for support at any time throughout your journey. ​​​​​​​​
First day
By now you've prepared for a successful first day—welcome! We’re excited every time a new member joins our team. And we want every step of the process to be a stepping stone in your success. What are you waiting for? Come, join the team that’s shaping living for the better!

Top 10 tips to ace your interview 

5 tips for virtual interviews

Test equipment
Test your Wi-Fi, camera, mic and speakers before the interview. We use Teams as our video interviewing tool and will provide you set-up instructions beforehand.
Prepare to focus
To help minimize distractions and interruptions, turn off your phone, along with any alerts you might get from email, app notifications, etc.
Set yourself up
Find a well-lit room without distracting background clutter. Make sure the camera is at a good angle for eye contact and avoid noticeable nervous behaviors, like spinning in the chair.
Dress for work
Wear job-appropriate clothing in your interview. This is your chance to make a good impression, it will strengthen your confidence, and shows us you’re serious about the position.
Body language
It’s easy in a virtual setting to be a little too relaxed. Project confidence by avoiding slouching or arm crossing. Show your interest in what the interviewer has to say.

5 more for virtual and in-person interviews

Just be yourself
And relax! The more relaxed you are, the more you shine. Strong body language projects confidence. Remember: strong handshake, great eye contact, confident posture.
Take an active role and have a few questions of your own ready to ask. Be open and transparent with your answers. The more you share with us, the better we can meet your expectations.
Remember, there’s no better preparation than information! Read about our culture to get to know Electrolux Group a bit better. Refresh yourself with the job advertisement and your CV.
Practice, practice
and practice some more! Ask a friend or family member to practice with you before the interview. Get constructive feedback. Preparation will also help your confidence and make you feel relaxed.
You've got this!
Take some of that intense pressure off the interview. Think of it less as a pass or fail moment and more as an opportunity to learn more about the company and whether it’s a good fit for both us and you.