DHL is a fast moving company that needs DHL SERVICE POINT partners to manage and operate professionally-staffed retail locations which provide shipping services including in express, air and ocean freight, overland transport, contract logistics solutions as well as international mail services to the general public.
The DHL Service Points is a retail channel that helps the general public, small businesses, internet traders, students and clients send and collect Express shipments to and from anywhere in the world. The operation of these outlets is managed by DHL Express or Agents.
The abbreviation for the one of the leading logistics Companies in the world, DHL stands for Adrian Dalsey, Larry Hillblom and Robert Lynn, after three US businessmen who formed the company in 1969 in San Francisco.
How To Apply As A DHL Agent
Every application should be able to meet some basic requirements for the job. They are:
- Orderly: the application should be arranged neatly to enhance easy reading.
- Well-structured: the application must not be inconsistent with the details being submitted. The cover letter should provide important information, concisely. Which position are you applying for? Why are you interested in the job? What makes you especially qualified?
- Complete: you should include a little personal details to win the trust of the company because they deal with only trust-worthy people.
Step 1: You need to log in to the DHL website and go to the Careers Section on the homepage.
Step 2: There are several roles that are advertised on the platform so you need to look through and locate the Agents application.
Step 3: After you have found the role, you click on ‘Apply’.
Step 4: You then proceed to provide your details and fill out the application form and upload any relevant documents, such as your CV and letters of recommendation (in pdf file format).
Step 5:You then submit the application.
Step 6: After you submit the application, you would receive an automatic email from DHL confirming that the application has been received.
Step 7: Then application is reviewed to see the skills and qualifications fit the role.
Step 8: The next stage is the interview stage where which could be a Telephone interview, a personal interview or an invite to an assessment center (or a combination of it).
If the application fits well to the requirements of the role, you get invited for a telephone interview with a member of the team to see how well versed you are.
After a successful completion of the telephone interview, you will get an invitation to a personal interview with HR and/or the hiring manager.
How Does the Selection Process Work?
The selection process within DHL is decentralized and divided into several phases. This means that the various business divisions organize their respective selection process independently. Depending on the job, different selection tools (e.g. interviews, assessment centers or applicants’ days) could be used.
DHL is present in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide and has forged a reputation as a trustworthy company worthy of dealing with. It is has several agents and representatives scattered along the length and breadth of the country.