It’s a process, and for a good reason. When you apply for a position at ZIM, we want to make sure it’s the most suitable fit – for both of us! Generally, here’s what to expect:
Tips from our recruiting team
"It’s normal to feel nervous before an interview.
Maintain good eye contact, be ready to discuss specific examples of your achievements and how they align with the job requirements. Be yourself and let your personality shine through."
Joyce Chau, HR Manager Asia Pacific, Hong Kong
"Important recommendation is to strengthen your English level. As a global company, English is part of our day-to-day routine, read more, practice your verbal language all the way to success! Good luck! "
Moran Lev, Israel Talent Acquisition Leader
"You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. Make sure your resume is perfect before applying for a particular position. Spend the extra time to make the best first impression that you can; it’s worth it!"
Heather Box, Talent Acquisition Manager, USA
“Just be yourself, show your talents, and convey your expectations for the company as well as what you can offer the company.
We warmly invite you to join our amazing team!”
Ponganuwat Narumon, HR Manager, Thailand
"Thoroughly research ZIM before the interview, including our history, culture, vision, business model, recent press releases, our management, and competitors. This will help you have more insightful conversations during your interview."
Inchy Yin, Human Resource Director, China
"During the interview ask good questions and show interest about the company and position´s assignments.
We don´t want to know about your professional life only, feel free to share with us your interests, hobbies and what else is important to you!"
Felipe Souza, Senior Human Resources Analyst, Brazil
"The most important thing in the interview is your energy.
Don't hesitate to show your ambition so we can see the Z factor in you :) "
Bercis Aytac, HR Manager, Turkey
"Be yourself throughout the entire process.
Remember, the goal is to find a job that is a good fit for you as well as for the employer."
Margo Korostyleva, Global Talent Acquisition Manager, Israel
Do you have the Z Factor? We're always looking for talented people.