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The global job search shows open position for all BASF Group companies worldwide. If you have found an interesting position, you are at first forwarded to BASF’s talent community where you can create a job agent to get information and news from BASF. Then, you will be redirected automatically to the matching regional online application system. You can find an overview of the different systems here.
Automatic data transfer is a new feature in our European online application system. To use this service, you can (after your registration) either upload a resume as a file from your hard drive, from Dropbox (after registration) or Google Drive. The system recognizes and then transmits all relevant data to the matching fields. In the end you only have to check the transmitted data and correct it if necessary, and then continue with your application. Instead of transmitting data via your CV you can also transfer your data from XING, LinkedIn or Viadeo. After clicking on the respective button you will be asked to provide BASF with access to your data. We will then transfer your data once. There will be no permanent connection to the portals. You can of course still enter your data manually.
Files such as scanned certificates must be no larger than 5MB each. Please try to use .pdf formats where possible.
You can interrupt your application at any time. Your draft will be saved in your profile. As long as you do not click "Send Application", you can complete your application at a later date provided that the position is still vacant.
You can create job agents via our European online application system. To delete these, please log into your candidate profile and select the item “job agent”. Here, you can edit or delete your job agents
Within Europe you can use data already stored in our online application system for further applications. When you want to apply in another region, you might have to register again. Via our global job search you are always redirected to the correct online application system. Here, you can find an overview of the various systems in the regions.