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5 tips for your interview

Meet Linnea, Head of Talent Supply at Tele2

Have you found a position at Tele2 that caught your interest? Great! If we seem to be a match, we would love for you to get in touch with us. We are always on the lookout for talents to join our journey to become the smartest telco in the world. As we are embarking on this journey, we need reliable colleagues who challenge us in our way of working.

 

Linnea Martinelle, our Head of Talent Supply, share some useful advice that may come in handy when you go for a job interview at Tele2.  

1. Stay real!

Be professional but let your personality shine through. We love to see what you can add to our strong team. This is our chance to get to know you and what makes you thrive in a workplace. 

2. Be prepared!

Come prepared and be prepared to talk about yourself. Focus on your competence with clear examples of your experience and skills. We love to hear about your accomplishments and what got you where you are today.

3. Do your homework!

As a part of preparation, please read up about the company, the role and our values – we do value them highly and they lead the way in our work. Share why you are interested in a role at Tele2.

4. Be curious!

Dare to ask us questions - about the company, our business, the team you might join or day to day work life.

5. Have we forgotten anything?

If there is something we have not talked about, please share anyway. Otherwise, we may miss important information that could score you the right position.

 

Remember, if you do not get the job, it does not necessarily mean that you have failed the interview.

 

- Many times, we have great interviews with candidates but realize that we were looking for a different profile for that specific position or team. We always aim to stay in contact. In fact, I have been a part of several recruitments where talents who have been part of earlier processes ended up getting employed for a different position later in time, says Linnea Martinelle.     

  

We look forward to receiving your application and hope to see you soon! Please be patient with us regarding responses, as we receive many applications it may take us some time to get back to you.