How does the application process work?
What documents should I include in my application?
A carefully written, complete, and proof-read application is your first step to success. Your application file includes:
- Cover letter
- Work references
- Training and professional development certificates
- Other certificates relevant to the job
What should I write in my cover letter?
It is important for us to know why you want this job. Your cover letter should answer the following questions:
- What job am I applying for?
- Why am I looking for a new job?
- Why do I want to work for SIGA?
- Why do I want this job in particular?
- What skill-set could I bring to this job?
What should be in my CV?
Take time to carefully prepare your CV; it will be worthwhile. Ensure it is concise, complete, and contains relevant information. This includes:
- Contact information: address, e-mail address, telephone number
- CV in tabular format detailing your qualifications and work experience
- Native language and other language skills
- Computer skills
- Optional: professional photograph
What do I do before and during the interview?
- Inform yourself about SIGA in advance
- Consider how you’d like to briefly introduce yourself
- Be authentic
- Speak openly
- Give us specific examples of your skills and abilities
- Write down any unanswered questions you may have
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Frequently asked Questions
How do I find out about new job openings?
How do I know if my application documents were received by SIGA?
As soon as you have sent the online application form, you'll receive an e-mail from us confirming receipt. If you haven't received a confirmation, we haven't received the application.