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Practical advice

Your application letter

An application letter should present you as a person. Please include a detailed description of your professional and personal features, adhering to the position offered.

Explain why you have chosen this very offer - convince us, that you’re the person we should engage.

Your CV

Your CV should contain only the facts about you - your skills and professional experience. Stress the greatest achievements and successes at your previous positions.

Your CV should contain your contact data, age, education, professional experience, courses, certificates, language skills and other facts, that will present you from the professional point of view (e.g. your academic degrees, publications etc.). Describe your interests and hobbies to let us get to know you as a private person.

If you apply for a position different than your previous one, your CV should help us understand the reason for such a change. Stress your experience and skills gained at the previous positions, enabling you to take up the offered job.

Make your CV well ordered; use normal fonts of a readable size. Avoid attaching pictures or ornaments unless they are explicitly required – what you write will be more important.


If we become interested in your application, we will invite you for an interview. Most probably you will meet your future boss, or a manager of a project, that you’ll work in.

A meeting will be an opportunity to get to know each other better. You will learn more about the offered position and about 2KMM. You will also be able to introduce yourself to us in person.


Send us your CV