Whether or not you’re an active or passive candidate, it’s good to know about our open jobs. But only if you refuse to settle for mediocrity. If you want to spend your days doing something that inspires you. If you want to make a living doing something that matters. If so, you’re one of our kind.
First let me address an unspoken question: Why this Career Page is in English? Only because you’ll learn a lot! Training all over the Europe. Tons of technical stuff from our foreign suppliers. Webcasts with them. Talking, negotiating, solving issues with them. You just can’t become a high valuable professional without being learning obsessed. Don’t worry. We’ll guide you through everything — but English. So you have to have a good working comprehension of English.
Matching our client’s demands with the best offer. Guiding their search for the best suitable equipment. Taking care that they gain the best return on investment for their buyings. Crafting custom, high-end solutions for their unique needs. Visiting them all across the country. And — the most important! — building and nurturing professional relationships. Preparing and delivering killer presentations, both online and offline. In a nutshell, continuously adding value — to them, to you, to our brand.
You’ll become proficient in the most coveted, high-tech, software-based test and measurement equipment. You’ll have full access to sought-after skills such as high-value sales and customer relationship marketing. You’ll build a valuable professional network.
Well, here is where the magic happens: Morphing clients’ order in useful tangible equipment. Tracking and managing the import, paperwork, custom ERP, logistics, perfect delivery. Maintaining the chain faultless means a happy customer. Which we all want, don’t we?
You’ll become proficient in data processing, Charisma Enterprise, supply chain comprehension, and management. You’ll have full access to valuable skills such as customer care best practices and big data analysis. You’ll build a valuable professional network.
Applying procedures to calibrate inspection, measurement, and test equipment in the electrical discipline to ensure measurement accuracy. Performing corrective actions to address identified measurement problems. Evaluating and building new calibration methods and procedures. Covering a critical need of our clients, both in one of the best-equipped laboratory and on-site.
You’ll become proficient in the high-priced knowledge of measurement science. The ability to analyze and solving calibration problems through advanced mathematical and engineering knowledge. Thorough understanding and practice of a vast range of equipment. You’ll build a valuable professional network.
Cristina, with a tenure of more than ten years in the Sales & Technical Department, could be probably your best resource.
Same for Diana, the senior of the Commercial Department, also with ten years loyally dedicated to customer care.
Compared to them, Teo is an offspring — but after two full years in the Metrology Department, he surely can tell you everything you want to know.
Or pick whoever you like — just take a look at our team chart.
Please, do not send us a one-size-fits-all CV. If you try to write a ‘universal’ CV, you will almost always fail. You’ll be unfocused. You’ll miss the critical points, and you will most likely not succeed in obtaining the job — or at least not the one that could boost your career, the one that could add real market value on your profile. So please don’t be lazy and write from scratch your CV for the position you’re aiming in our company.
Also, ‘responsible for’ is a weak opener. Have you ever thought that you could be ‘responsible for’ something actually and not do it? We care about what you did, about your accomplishments, and not about your duties at your previous or actual job.
Try to avoid any generic language. Focus on accomplishments, use quantifiable achievements like numbers and names. Write about revenue increases, cost and time savings, the size of your accounts, the big-name clients you served. The more you can quantify what you’ve done, the more you will come across as a contributor who will be valuable in our organization. Simply think about your previous positions from this perspective: What did things look like before you got there? What did you do to make a difference? What were the results?
As a general rule of thumb, every line of your CV should answer the essential question “They will hire ME over other professionals because …”? Tell us how are you first, only, faster, or better than other people who want the job. What are you offering that’s hard to come by? What are you offering that’s both rare and valuable?
Prepare well your approach. Understand what’s expected of the role.And come on, join us!
We’re open. We’re constantly looking for talented people with the global mindset, competencies and commitment to create and execute strategy both today and in an increasingly challenging email@example.com