The Recruitment Process

We are happy to see that you are interested in the recruitment process at NCC.

We want to treat all our candidates with respect and openness. During the recruitment process, we work hard to be clear, fast and honest in our communication with you. In some cases, we handle many applications at the same time, and you will need to wait longer for your answer than you expected. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions during the process.  

You can also find a description of how the process works.

Selection of applications

We aim to get back to all applicants as soon as possible. In some cases, we have a large number of applicants which may result in the selection process taking a little longer than usual. If you have any questions about the job itself or the application process, you are welcome to get in touch with the contact person in the job ad.

If you are one of the candidates that best matches the job specification, we will contact you for a short telephone interview where we ask some follow-up questions based on your application.

Interview at NCC

If you are one of the candidates chosen to progress to the next step, you will be called for a face-to-face interview at NCC. The interview usually lasts around 1-1.5 hours and will be held by the relevant manager and/or HR representative. The purpose of the interview is to give you a picture of what it is like to work at NCC and for us to get an idea of your competence, skills, personality and drive, as related to the job in question. When we meet, we expect that you have prepared your own questions related to the job and to NCC as an employer.

At the end of the interview, you will be informed about how the recruitment process will continue.

If you progress to the next step, you will be called back for an in-depth interview. Depending on the job, you may also be asked to take a personality test and/or a skills assessment. Feedback is given by the responsible HR-representative.


If you proceed to the next step after the in-depth interview, we will take references to confirm your experience and expertise. You will be asked to submit relevant certificates of attainment and the names of your referees. For some positions, we will also conduct a background check, with your consent.

Contract signing

If you are our final candidate, we will give you information about NCC’s benefit program before you sign the contract. At this time, we will also agree on a suitable date for you to begin your employment.


If you meet us in person in an interview, we will always give you feedback by phone. Otherwise, we will give you feedback by email as soon as we can.

Follow up of your experience

To secure and improve our recruitment process, we will send you a questionnaire when the process is finished. Here you can anonymously evaluate your contact with us. We really appreciate your feedback and will use it to improve our actions and process.


We want to give you a warm welcome to NCC by introducing you to the company, to your new colleagues and give you the support you need to take on your new role.

As a new employee, you will have an individual onboarding plan adapted to what you need to start your new job smoothly. The onboarding plan will serve as a checklist and a guide during your first time at NCC.

Your onboarding will include, among other things, practical information,  mandatory trainings, and participation on the common Introduction day, where you meet other new employees and start building your own, professional network.