Applying for a Position – Existing Employee
How do I apply for an internal position?
As a current Transdev employee, you can apply by going to our Internal Job Portal and search by title, location, or categories.
I can’t find a suitable new job on our website. What else can I do?
It’s always a good idea to talk to your manager or to your human resources representative and let them know you are looking for new opportunities within Transdev. You can have a discussion with them about your career path, areas of interest, skills needed, development and/or special project opportunities.
As a current employee, should I complete a candidate profile and join Transdev’s Talent Network?
You can always join our Talent Network which is reviewed by our recruiting team. You can also opt-in to receive email updates when jobs of interest are posted.
What happens after I apply for a position?
Immediately after you apply for a position through the current employee portal, you will receive email confirmation of submission. You can monitor the status of your application by logging into your account and selecting from your current applications under “My Applications.” If you have any pending tasks to complete, those will be indicated with a yellow exclamation point.
Since I am applying through the current employee portal, does that guarantee me an interview?
Applying through the employee portal ensures that you are tagged as a current employee. This means that your resume will be reviewed personally by HR. If your skills and experience are deemed a good match for the position, you will be selected for an interview.
Will I get a notification if I wasn’t selected for the job?
Should you not be chosen for the job, you will be contacted directly by human resources. At that time, you can discuss why you weren’t selected and what experience you may need to fill the skills gap.
How do I learn about future openings?
If you’d like to be notified of new job openings that match your interests, sign up for job alerts. You’ll be able to select your preferences and receive an email when a role is available in your area of interest. You should also discuss your career goals with your manager and/or your human resources representative.