Tips and Tricks
How do I apply?
Head to the department or location of your choosing. This caters for those wanting to work in a particular city or those open to any location, but know their department. Once you’ve found what you’re looking for simply hit the “Apply” button and you’re on your way.
There was a position I planned to apply for, but I can’t see it now. Can I still apply?
Most likely this particular position has been filled, but we would love to know of your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org New roles created all the time and there may be something there for you.
What documents should I send with my application?
We need your CV and cover letter. If the ad is in English, please send us the documents in English.
Can I send in my application by e-mail?
We prefer not to receive CVs by email. Please submit your application using the form on our careers website, or on the website that you saw an advert on. By using the form we can ensure that your application is read by the right person and there won’t be any unnecessary delays.
Is it OK to apply to several different positions?
Yes, that’s fine. However, we recommend that you adjust your CV and letter for the specific position, since this gives you a better chance of explaining why you are the right person for the job.
I just sent in my application, when do I hear from you?
Most of our adverts run for 2-4 weeks. There is normally a period after the application deadline during which we evaluate all applications. However, we endeavor to get back to you as soon as possible. We read all applications and you will always hear back from us.
Do you help with relocation?
We’re able to offer relocation packages for some position. This depends of the role itself and will be mentioned in the description. Feel free to mentioned this when you’re contacted by the recruiter.
Who can I contact for questions regarding my application?
Please send an email to email@example.com and we will get the right member of the team to respond to you.
Do I need to speak the local language to work at Klarna?
For most positions this is not a requirement, but English is our corporate language, so good communication skills in English is a pre-requisite to work at Klarna. Additionally, local language may be needed for some positions – if so we will write it in the ad.
What can I expect from the recruitment process?
We are performing different tests as a part of the selection process such as personality and logic tests. Further into the process we will also request to do a background check.
How should I prepare for an interview at Klarna?
We love it when people have researched our business, and demonstrate a strong understanding of what we do. At the same time, we want to hear about you. So it would be good if you have practiced describing your skills, experience and passion in a compelling and succinct way.
If I’m applying for an Engineering role is the process different?
We have a more tailored interview process for Engineering roles. Please be sure to check out the Engineering page where more info can be found.
How should I dress for an interview?
We do not have a specific dress code. Our advice is to wear what you find comfortable and believe suitable for the position you applied for.