The procedure for application is described in the job advert, and should be adhered to.
Contacts between the candidate and the employer are usually direct. When sending an application (usually electronically), it is very important to personalise it to the specific employer. Only contact the employer in the language requested in the advertisement. You do not need to be able to cover all the qualifications, but you do need to speak the language suggested in the vacancy. Always write the application and make the contact yourself Documents in a foreign language must be proved to be authentic.
The following are absolutely not acceptable during an application procedure: misspelling of the name and address of the company; errors in the application; being disloyal towards former employers; turning up late for an interview.
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