Q. can I submit my resume without applying for a specific position?
A. To join, you need to apply for a specific role or program. If, when reviewing your application, we think you’d be better suited for another role or program, we’ll let you know. You can also set up your profile to receive job alerts for any future roles you might be interested in.
Q. can I set up job alerts to find out if a job I might be interested in has become available?
A. Yes, once you have a profile set up in our careers section, you can access your Account Options, and select for email notifications to be sent to you whenever a new position matching your profile is posted. You’ll find this option under the ‘Correspondence’ section of ‘My Account Options’.
Q. how can I track the status of my application?
A. Once your application has been successfully received by the talent acquisition team, you will receive an electronic notification confirming receipt. Application status can be tracked by logging into the careers section using your username and password and going to My Job Page. Here you will be able to follow the status of your application under the Submission Status heading.
Q. what if I change my mind about an application I have submitted? what should I do?
A. If you no longer wish to proceed with your application, you can withdraw it at any time. To do this, log into the careers portal using your username and password, then go to My Job Page and locate the requisition you wish to withdraw from. Then click 'Withdraw Application'.
Q. if I have previously withdrawn my application, can I be considered for other career opportunities that arise at mondelēz international?
A. Yes - you can apply to any open positions. Your application and suitability to the role will be reviewed for that role.
Q. how can I prepare for my interview with mondelēz international?
A. To help you prepare, we have compiled some of our top tips – please click here for more information!
Q. do you pay interview expenses?
A. It depends on what position you’re applying for and the country in which you’d like to work. Please see the job description or speak to the recruiter once you’ve been invited to an interview.