Your way to us
Every new job is a little journey into the unknown. To make your path to us as clear as possible, we have briefly outlined it for you. Are you interested in an apprenticeship or a dual study programme? Then find your way to us here
We’ll confirm receipt of your documents and will keep you up to date by e-mail. So keep an eye on your inbox.
Get to know your colleagues, see their day-to-day work and try your hand at a task or two – remotely or on site.
We talk honestly about whether we think you are a good fit for us. You share your expectations and we share ours.
If we think we’re a good match, we’ll make you an offer we hope you can’t refuse. Now it’s up to you to decide.
Your contract has been signed and it’s time to start your onboarding. One last tip: If you want to get someone else you know on board, then now’s the time to recommend them. See you soon!
Your start with us
To increase your anticipation, we’d like to give you a little foretaste of your first days, weeks and months with us. Spoiler: we give you a warm welcome – as a person and technology-wise.
Your first day
Your personal onboarding buddy welcomes you to the Home of IT and introduces you to your new workplace, your team and our hardware and software.
Your first weeks
You get to know other new recruits, your new colleagues and our management team at various events and find out everything about our technical and local environment.
Your first months
In the coming weeks and months, you will work on your first projects and develop them with your team and colleagues from other departments.
And what now?
You’ve settled in and have successfully realised your first projects. Have you done any further training yet or attended a conference? With us, you decide which field you want to further improve your skills in.
How do I apply for a job?
Click on the job you are interested in. This will either take you to the REWE Group career portal or straight to our application form. Both routes lead to us. What are you waiting for?
What documents do I need to upload with my application?
Your current CV, your earliest possible starting date and your salary expectations are a must.
You can optionally add relevant references and a cover letter.
I am interested in several positions. Can I send one application for all of them?
That’s cool that you can see yourself in several roles.
Please apply for each position separately as different departments or teams are often involved in the selection process. Thank you.
Can I work remotely?
Yes, this is possible in most cases. Our flexible working models consider the needs and interests of each individual as well as the team. So you decide together how often to see each other in real life or remotely.
However, as not every job can be done remotely yet, please bring this up at
your personal interview.
Together, we will find the best solution for you and your team. Further information can be found here:
Can I submit a speculative application?
Speculative applications are currently not possible. You can find all vacancies in the job exchange at the top of this page. New vacancies are posted almost on a daily basis, so keep checking!
I am interested in an apprenticeship or a dual study programme. What must I consider?
You will also find positions for trainees and dual students in our job openings. You can apply directly online. An online assistant will guide you through the process step by step so you don’t forget anything. Alternatively, you can also send us your application by post or e-mail.
The subsequent application process differs slightly from the steps outlined above. To start with, we invite you to take an online test. If you pass it, we will arrange a phone call so we can get to know you and we will invite you to attend an applicant day at one of our sites. And who knows, maybe we’ll subsequently make you an offer for an apprenticeship or a dual study programme at the Home of IT.
What is the online test like for applicants for an apprenticeship or a dual study programme?
The test only takes around 40–50 minutes and consists of five to seven different modules, depending on which profession you have applied for. You have five days from receipt of the invitation e-mail to complete the test. You can interrupt the test when you have completed a module and complete it at a later point in time within the given time frame. If you pass the test, we’d like to call you to become better acquainted with you.
How can I prepare for the telephone interview?
The phone call gives us a chance to get to know each other. You should introduce yourself and in particular explain your motivation for your application or your chosen profession. But don’t worry: just be yourself and take the opportunity to ask us any questions you might have.
If we expect you to prepare for a certain subject, we’ll let you know about this by e-mail.
What can I expect on applicant day?
On applicant day we will invite you to one of our sites. You don’t need much preparation, as you can prepare all the exercises here on site. However, to avoid unnecessary stress on the day, you should plan your journey and where to park etc. in advance. Plan a bit of extra time in case you get stuck in a traffic jam or a train is cancelled. On the day itself you don’t need to be nervous, everything will be explained to you in detail. Be authentic when you do the exercises, just like you are in “real life”. Because that’s the only way we can really get to know you. We look forward to meeting you!