MyToys Jobs for English speakers. International transformation is one of the biggest goals of MyToys at the moment. This change is a great opportunity for international professionals looking for their first job in Germany.
My Toys advertises 40 English jobs in their company right now. Listen to my interview with Roger Mitchell and Maximilian Schlutter.
Roger is Senior Vice President Technology at MyToys. Roger explains his most important goal and he also shares his thought process when evaluating a candidate. Use this opportunity to peek into the brain of the main decision maker for a technology job at MyToys.
Maximilian Schlutter is in charge of recruiting for MyToys Jobs. Max writes in his LinkedIn profile: “I don’t want your CV, I want your Story. …but I also need your CV.” Which is pretty funny. 😉
What else Max needs from you if you apply for a job at MyToys, which standards he sets to a job application and how you can make the best impression: Find out in our podcast interview with Roger and Max from MyToys.
MyToys is a household name in Germany. The company was created in 1999 and belongs now to the OTTO group. Starting out as an online toy shop, the company has since diversified into every other aspect of a young family’s life.
Roger studied Molecular Biology at the University of London. He then worked as a software architect. Roger has lead teams in several companies in the UK. In May 2019 he joined MyToys as their new Senior Vice President Technology.
Max studied International Business Management at the Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht in Berlin. After several years as a headhunter for an international agency, Max joined MyToys in May 2019. He is in charge of hiring for all open positions at MyToys. His focus right now is to hire a more diverse team from all over the world.
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