What kind of jobs will I find on Metajobs?
Metajobs supports international companies to find great talent in Vietnam. Most of the roles advertised on Metajobs are in the software development and technology industries. However, there is also high demand for generalist roles like office managers, assistants and translators.
What kind of benefits do these jobs offer?
Jobs with international companies offer many benefits. Specific to the tech sector, we’ve also written about the benefits of working for international startups.
All jobs with international companies listed by Metajobs will always meet the requirements of Vietnamese law, including social insurance and tax.
How can I maximize the chances of getting the job?
You need to be prepared for each job you apply for. Research the company, and prepare for an interview with us and subsequent interviews with the international company.
How should I apply?
The application requirements and process changes between jobs. Please see the instructions on the specific job you are interested in.
At a minimum, you will need to send an up-to-date CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Usually this CV will be in English, if English is required for the job. Sending a cover letter is always encouraged because it is a way to tell the employer why you are the best choice for the role.
We have simple tips for improve your CV.
What should I expect after I apply?
Depending on each job requirement, you may have 2-3 different interview rounds and may be required to take technical or personality tests depending on the job. The time span could be from 1 week to 1 month, depending on the selection process chosen by the international company.
The first interview is usually by phone/Skype with a Recruitment and HR Specialist at Metasource. Later interviews will be directly with the employers who could be your future colleagues, team members or bosses
What should I expect at the interview?
The specific questions asked in each interview will depend on the job. In general, international companies tend to be less formal and more direct in their approach. Questions could be quite different from local employers. For example, rather than simple yes/no questions, you may need to describe an event, situation in work context to demonstrate your skills. See more tips for interviews in the tech sector here.