In order for you to know what to expect from us, we will introduce you to the application process at Abacus Research AG.
This is how the application phase works:
Complete evaluation phase
Successfully complete first interview
Trial day with the team
Sign decision and contract
Start at Abacus
Check out our FAQ or contact us directly if you have any questions.
Send us your complete application package (documents) via our online job portal.
Please send us the following documents: A personal cover letter with your motivation, your complete, comprehensive curriculum vitae (CV) and all educational diplomas and job references, and any other useful documents (e.g. certificate of language course participation).
We prefer all your documents in a single, compressed PDF file.
The duration of the application process varies. We try to get back to you as soon as possible.
You can reach our HR department at the central telephone number +41 71 292 25 25. We will be happy to call you back if we are in the middle of an interview.
Please inform us of this in your cover letter, then a single application will suffice. We enter your application data in our personnel system and then forward your application to the appropriate contact person.
Our job advertisements are constantly updated. The vacancies published on our website are the currently open positions. It is advisable not to wait too long before submitting an application.
The probationary period usually lasts 3 months, unless otherwise stipulated in the contract.
Usually there is a first interview with HR and line. We will then invite you to a taster day including lunch with the team. This way, both sides can judge whether the chemistry is right. The decision as to whether or not you will be hired will then be made.
Study our website and find out more about Abacus. Consider your expectations of the open position and write down questions for our interview. Especially important is: Be yourself.
At Abacus, we cultivate an informal atmosphere. We address each other by first name. You may address us in this informal manner in your application documents and of course also during the interview.