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Discover our application process

Find out what awaits you at ING – from online applications to interviews and a successful start. Open doors can always be entered – according to 86% of us, Leads don‘t keep their doors shut.

Your application

Find the job that best suits you.

Online applicaion

We look forward to reading about you. Just send us your application online.

Why only online applications?

It is simply the best way for all of us. Plus, your application will be routed directly to the right contact person.

What do we need from you? Cover letter, CV, as well as references/professional credentials. Ideally, exactly those documents that are relevant to the job you are interested in. You can upload up to 7 MB.

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Application check

As soon as we receive your application, our recruiters take over.

These experts take a close look at everything and assess how well you might fit in with us. What then? If our initial impression is positive, we will send your application on to our colleagues in the respective department. If their response is also positive, we will send you an invitation by e-mail for an introductory meeting.

Already before this, you will be receiving e-mails from us, such as an automatically generated confirmation that we have received your application.

Getting to know each other

You will speak on the telephone with a contact person from the department you are applying to.

Introductory meeting

What is the telephone call about? It will cover matters such as the job requirements, as well as our passion for agile working.

For our introductory programs for students and graduates, you will also be put in touch with someone from HR.

Please use this meeting as an opportunity to learn more about us – about the job, the team, your duties. And what was it precisely about this job listing that caught your attention? The more you share with us, the better we can get to know you.

Follow-up interview(s)

First talk with the department went well? Great! Now your recruiter and the department will set up your next meeting.

We want to find out more about you and introduce you to our company culture. We prefer to do that personally, but a video call is also possible. Where appropriate, we will schedule further meetings with you. That depends on the position you have applied for and the people involved. Your recruiter will explain everything to you when the time comes.

Any other pressing questions? The interview is your chance to ask about anything and everything. And since we really want to learn about your expertise, we might bring along some case studies or presentations to discuss with you, too.

Your onboarding

Congratulations, it’s a match!

Letter of acceptance and contract offer

Do you also think it’s a good fit? Great to hear! You will discuss contract details with your recruiter.

Once we have settled the terms of your contract, we will prepare your documents – you will receive everything by post. Then all we need is your signature.

Welcome to ING

At a check-in event on your first day, we will welcome you to the company. It’s a relaxed way to get started and make important contacts.

Shortly before your first day of work, we will send you all relevant information by e-mail.

In the following days and weeks, you will gather many new impressions. Regardless of whether you are starting remotely or on-site, your new colleagues look forward to working with you, and are ready to offer help and advice.

Despite Corona

Apply and start now

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Job applications during the coronavirus pandemic

Just to be clear, you can apply for any of our jobs as usual. The application and selection process for our open positions is ongoing.

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Due to the pandemic, needless to say, things might take somewhat longer than usual. We will make every effort to respond to all applicants as quickly as possible.

You will conduct your job interviews with us primarily as video or telephone interviews. For personal meetings, we strictly observe all relevant mandatory distancing and hygiene regulations.

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