eWyse is a fast-growing eLearning agency with ambitious plans for future expansions. Therefore, we are always open for job applications, ideas, suggestions, and collaborations.

Our corporate culture encourages ‘accountable proactivity.’ This means that our employees should take active accountability for their behavior, initiate advancements of existing processes, and actively seek solutions to various everyday and unexpected challenges. You are also the right fit for us if you value everyday feedback, appreciate open and transparent communication, and you want to grow and develop in one of the world’s best eLearning agencies that works with prominent companies and brands all over the globe.

Our fundamental values are creativity, support, acceptance, respect, learning, growth and development, open and transparent communication, and, last but not least, optimism and humor.

Selection Process

Our selection process is guided by the idea of finding people who are the ideal match for the job by combining your competencies and values and our corporate culture.

Just as all the other processes at eWyse, our selection process is very transparent.

The process is adjusted based on whether the position you’re applying to was advertised by us, whether we are headhunting, or you sent an open application.

In general, our selection process consists of several rounds:
You send us your CV and, if possible, a motivational letter. In the motivational letter, we expect you to write why eWyse interests you and reasons why you think you would be a great match for us. After that, we will contact you for.
We are usually on the lookout for learning architects who write creative content for our eLearning courses and instructional designers who turn that content into visually interesting and often animated stories. Therefore, to get better acquainted with your style of writing or designing, we usually send a short task just to see the way your brain works. After that, we set up.
In the interview, we ask about your experience and motivation, and we answer all your questions about the job.
We will send you a 15-minute questionnaire in order to assess in more detail if we are a match.
During this conversation, you and your future managers get to know each other to see if you are a good match. After the conversation, we will choose the person that, considering everything, best fits the role they applied for.
If we decide to hire you, we will send you a letter of offer with all the necessary details.