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The information technology industry is like no other. Dynamic, flexible and open - these aren't just buzzwords to describe the technology we sell. In many ways, they also define a productive and successful IBMer.

To make a good first impression, you will need to demonstrate why you are right for this industry, for IBM and for the particular job vacancy. This section will help you in that quest. Best of luck. We look forward to seeing you on the job.



Resume tips


To create an impressive resume, you need to pay attention to content, format and writing style. Remember, this document is often the first glimpse we get of you. What do you want us to know? What can you offer that makes you unique and perfect for the job? The following tips will get you started:

  • Keep the words ‘current’ and ‘relevant’ in mind when you compose your resume. We’re looking for up-to-date resumes that clearly describe why you are right for the job in question. Keep your writing crisp, using bullet points wherever possible.
  • Format your resume such that it is easy to read and scan. If you are submitting your resume online, we recommend plain text.
  • Start talking about your major achievements early on. Be detailed, specific and quantify your work where you can e.g. managed a team of 10 programmers. This will allow you to stand out from the crowd and help us understand your level of expertise.
  • List a few of your interests outside of work. We appreciate well-balanced people who can add spice to our work environment.
  • Be honest. If inaccurate information comes to light later on in the recruitment process, you could lose your chance to join us.
  • Write simply and clearly. Jargon may confuse and bad grammar or spelling will only create a bad impression.
  • Be sure your contact information is accurate, so that we can reach you if you have been shortlisted.
  • Provide two referees - tell us how (and how long) you’ve known them. Ideally, you would list your most recent managers so that we can understand the current, rather than historical, you.

Interview tips


If you make it to our shortlist of candidates, you're ready to enter the next phase - the interview. This is your chance to shine. You'll need to be familiar with IBM and be honest and confident about yourself. Most of all, demonstrating the right attitude will get you far. Look for ways to illustrate the values that we hold dear.

There are no fixed questions in our interviews. Much will depend on the type of job you've applied for, the interviewer and how the interview unfolds. The interview is also a chance for you to find out more about IBM, so do prepare some questions of your own.

Here are more tips to help you along:

Before the interview - Assess, prepare, rehearse.
  • Assess
    Study the position for which you’ve applied. What strengths will make you effective on the job? Do you have an understanding of your weaknesses?
  • Prepare
    Research IBM and the business units you might want to join. The IBM website is a great place to start. Think about questions you might want to ask during the interview. And don’t forget the outfit – choose something that presents you well and reflects the position you hope to fill. Note details about the interviewing venue (date, time) and the interviewer (e.g. name and job role), so that you can prepare suitably. We will usually have a copy of your resume but bring one with you, just in case.
  • Rehearse
    Run through a mock interview session with a trusted friend. We’ll want to learn more about you, so be prepared to share some information about yourself and your career. Questions will range from the objective (e.g. how many people did you manage) to the subjective (e.g. how could you add value to IBM if you got this job).

The day of the interview - Rest, arrive, perform.

  • Rest
    Interviews can be nerve wrecking, but make sure you get enough rest the night before. You’ll want to be mentally alert.
  • Arrive
    Plan to be at the interviewing venue at least half an hour ahead of time. This will allow you to collect your thoughts and appear cool and confident in front of us.
  • Perform
    You can now put all that practice and preparation to work. We’re looking for people who can think well in a high-stress situation (like an interview!). Take your time to answer and don’t be afraid to ask the interviewer to repeat a question. A pause between thoughts is better than a garbled response.

    Above all, relax and be calmly confident of your abilities. It’s all right to be nervous, but we hope your personality and passion will still shine through. This is a time to connect with us and show why you’re the right fit for IBM.


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