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Siemens Hull jobs: Everything you need to know and how to apply

There will be in the region of 1,000 jobs based at or related to the Siemens facilities at Alexandra Dock.

A wide range of positions will be available at the appropriate times as the facilities move towards becoming operational.

These will include manufacturing and assembly roles, stores and logistics positions, wind turbine technician roles, as well as the project management and management and support functions associated with a large facility of this kind.

Vacancies relating to the Hull project will be advertised gradually over time, as required. These will be posted at www.siemens.co.uk/hulljobs.

People can also register their interest in future positions via this link by creating a candidate profile and setting up job alerts. Siemens will then notify candidates when relevant positions become available.

The process for handling applications may differ depending on the nature of the vacancy.

Initially all applications will be screened to assess whether they meet the criteria for the position.

Candidates may then be issued with online tests which they will be required to complete as part of the assessment and selection process.

Applications are then likely to be subject to further review, with the final stage involving a limited number of candidates being invited for interview or attendance at an assessment centre, likely to be in the Hull area.

Every role will have different required skills and competencies, as specified in the job descriptions.

In addition, Siemens seeks potential employees who match and share the company’s values.

Siemens looks for the brightest, most inquiring minds to help us to answer the world’s most challenging questions.

Our most valuable resource is our people. People with curious minds. People who have big ideas. People who dare to ask.


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