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Found a job offer that interests you, but not sure what to do next? 

First, get a closer look at our  organisation and what we dowhy you should join us, and what our organisational culture is like. Take a look at the stories of your future colleagues on our  blogYoutube channel, and Facebook profile. 

Now that you know a little more about us and think it's a match, proceed to the second step!

If you would like to take a look at our other available positions, please click here.

Application

It takes only a few minutes to apply for the selected position. Click on "Send CV" in the job offer that interests you and fill in the candidate form by submitting: 

  • Your contact details
  • Your CV or link to your Linkedin profile
  • Other additional information (e.g. cover letter, etc.)

P. S. We communicate in English inside the organisation, therefore, all the documents that you submit should be in English. 

Selection

First, we contact the selected candidates by phone and invite them to participate in the further selection process. The selection or assessment process of a candidate and the tools used may vary depending on the position you are applying for and the specifics of the work of the hiring team. Below you can learn about the standard assessment tools used in our selection process, but keep in mind that not all of them will be used in your case and their sequence may vary. 

Job offer 

In case you are selected, we will provide you with a detailed job offer and invite you to join the team by signing the employment contract electronically. 

If, however, we select another candidate, we invite you to apply for other open positions at Danske Bank. 

Start of work

After signing the contract, you will be contacted by your immediate manager and provided various practical details, such as when you should start on the first working day, where to pick up the equipment and so on.

English proficiency levels

English is the official language at Danske Bank. However, not every position requires fluency, and each opening specifies the level of English required.

If you are unsure about your English level, you may take a test HERE.
  • Intermediate

    • You can understand the main points of information on familiar matters regularly encountered at work or leisure and deal with most situations while travelling in English-speaking countries.
    • You can express yourself in a limited way on familiar matters, deal in a general way with non-routine information, and briefly describe and justify experiences, expectations, ambitions and goals.
    • You can produce simple, coherent texts on familiar topics. 
    • According to certification, it is comparable to CEFR B1+, IELTS levels 4.5 (5) – 5.5,  English Cambridge scale – 150-159).
  • Upper–Intermediate

    • You can understand the main ideas of a complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions related to his/her field of specialisation.
    • You can communicate fluently and spontaneously enough to keep a comprehensive conversation with other English speakers.
    •  You can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a view point on a topical issue by giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.
    • According to certification, it is comparable to CEFR B2, IELTS levels 5.5 – 6.5,  English Cambridge scale –160-179).
  • Advanced

    • You can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts and recognise implicit meaning, also use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes.
    • You can express yourself fluently and spontaneously, using a variety of expressions, aphorisms, etc. on casual and business topics.
    • You can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
    • According to certification, it is comparable to CEFR C1, IELTS levels 6.5 – 8.0,  English Cambridge scale –180-199).

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