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Your CV is where you introduce yourself to us, and is a great way to highlight your experience and skills. The font, type size and layout should be simple and clearly legible.
When preparing your CV, keeping these questions in mind can really help:
If you are applying for a specific role, a personal profile can be a great way to help the recruiter understand the important elements of your experience quickly. Where you are submitting an application for future roles, it can also be a great way to share what types of roles you are interested in.
Some elements should be included on all CV’s;
At interview we want to learn about you, your experience and your potential. In preparing for interview taking the time to understand the role profile and how you can demonstrate your fit for the job is a great way to prepare.
For technical or specialist roles showing an interest in your field of expertise is often a feature of interview processes so being able to discuss the latest developments with the hiring panel is a great way to show your fit for the role.
More broadly, we also suggest you learn about Allianz as a company, our culture, our strategy and our values.
The interview itself is an opportunity for you to articulate your experience and fit for the role and to gain more knowledge about the job and the company. It is not about selling yourself, but is a two-way conversation between you and the company.
The process is structured, with questions prepared in advance and notes taken. We advise you to listen carefully to the questions and what they are looking for. Having prepared relevant past examples in response, or outlining how you would deal with some challenges that may be presented in the role are great ways to prepare. We’re happy to answer any questions you might have about the role and Allianz as a company.