We expect our graduates to apply their intelligence & expertise for the greater good of patient care. We will give you the roadmap but you will discover the journey. Within the working environment you will be part of the department and tasked with responsibilities that could make you a star.
1. Submission of application form, CV & motivation letter
3. Online Assessment
4. Assessment Centre
5. Interview with HR Manager
& Line Manager
Aerogen provides me a platform to make a difference in people’s lives.
Aerogen has offered me a fantastic learning environment, where I get loads of exposure to meaningful work that can really make a difference to patients’ lives.
In Aerogen, all employees are treated equally. It doesn’t matter if you are a graduate or if you have ten years’ experience, everyone’s opinions matter and everyone’s input is valued and encouraged.
There's a great feel about the place and it feels like even people from other teams are there to guide you or help you with your work. It's a really cross-functional team within Aerogen.
Your motivation letter should include a small introduction of yourself, the reasons why you want to join Aerogen and the Graduate Programme and why you are a suitable candidate for the programme.
The level of feedback will depend on what stage of the selection process you have reached. Usually, when applications are not selected to go forward at stages 1, 2 or 3 it is because one of the minimum criteria has not been met. Due to the amount of applications we receive, we are not able to give everyone feedback. If you have reached stages 4 or 5 you will receive the contact details of the person in charge of the selection process to request feedback.
The ability assessment will look at the extent to which you are able to carry out various aspects of a job; for example, verbal reasoning and numerical reasoning abilities. Aerogen is interested in your potential to do a task and use this assessment method to simulate aspects of that task. Review the following link for some handy tips; https://gradireland.com/careers-advice/interviews-and-tests/psychometric-tests
Assessment Centre’s are designed to simulate a particular task or scenario relevant to the target job. During an assessment, groups of candidates take part in a range of exercises, from group exercises, role play and presentations, which are observed by assessors. The assessors rate the performance of the candidates against the competencies required for the job. Review the following link for some handy tip; https://gradireland.com/careers-advice/interviews-and-tests/assessment-centres
Successful graduates will be offered a full time position in the company.