Our employees are valuable ambassadors who represent Rekrutteringshuset Mork on a daily basis. It is your competence and the quality of the work you perform that makes us a reliable supplier of staffing and recruitment services.

We always ensure that you have a safe and good start to a new assignment. You should feel seen and heard, and we will do our best to give you good advice on the way to a meaningful job. We believe that good communication and personal follow-up are the keys to a successful assignment.

Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) and well-being are important in any workplace. We facilitate that the customer you are working for takes care of you in the best possible way, gives you the right training, ensures your safety, and that you enjoy your workplace.

Communication is important. Therefore, it is important for us to have a good dialogue with both you and the customer. Concrete and constructive feedback makes it possible to optimize how you perform your work and how you enjoy it.

Our values:

Honesty - Responsibility - Humanity

We greatly appreciate the work you do for us!

Tips to job interview

How to Conduct a Good Job Interview:

When you reach the interview round, it shows that you have already convinced the interviewer "on paper" that you are capable of doing the job. The interview is your chance to convince them that you are the right person.

The purpose of the interview is to uncover whether you possess the necessary skills and sufficient knowledge to fill the position. At the same time, the interview will give you an opportunity to find out if this company and this job is really something you would like.

Remember to prepare well. Read about the company and focus on creating a good first impression. Your appearance and behavior can prejudice the interviewer. Therefore, make sure to make the crucial first impression as positive as possible. Be attentive, properly dressed, and polite.

Bring copies of your CV, diplomas, certificates, and references. Allow plenty of time and be sure you know where you are going - remember to be punctual. When you meet the person who will interview you, you should shake their hand. Be calm, polite, honest, and sincere. Show interest in the job and do not answer questions you do not understand. Ask the interviewer to explain the question. Speak clearly and use positive words. Maintain eye contact with the interviewer. This inspires trust.

End the interview with a smile and a firm handshake!

Possible questions you might get:

  • What do you know about our company?
  • Why do you want to work with us?
  • What can you contribute to our company?
  • Are you good at collaborating? Give a concrete example.
  • How do you handle stress/conflicts/ambiguous signals? Give a concrete example.
  • Describe yourself in five words.
  • How would your colleagues/superiors describe you?
  • What do you think your references will say about you?
  • Would you describe yourself as a loyal employee and in what way?
  • Can you give us some concrete examples of your service orientation?
  • What do your previous employers think of you?
  • Have you experienced any conflicts with previous employers?
  • What are your interests?
  • Are you someone who always says yes and doesn’t stand by your own opinions?
  • Absenteeism, what has it been like with previous employers?
  • What is creativity, are you creative?
  • If you have to work in a team or group, what role do you take?
  • Do you think you are perceived as dominating?Describe a good colleague, what do you expect from a good colleague?
  • Describe a good leader, what do you expect from a good leader?
  • What made you apply for this particular position?
  • What do you have to offer that makes us choose you?
  • What do you find most exciting about the job, and what do you think could be boring?
  • Can you describe what you mean by a good working environment?
  • What are you looking for in a job?
  • What do you think the position you are applying for entails?
  • How long do you plan to stay with us? Have you applied for other positions than this one?
  • What are your weaknesses?
  • What are your strengths?

Remember, you should be convincing, but don’t brag too much about yourself!

It's important to be able to show insight regarding your strengths and weaknesses.

"Honesty is the best policy"

Good luck!

Application and CV Tips


An application should have the design and layout of a letter. Use a standard font and normal letter size.

The heading should always contain the title from the job advertisement.

Eks Advertisment: 
Skilled and Experienced Car Mechanic Wanted
  Application: Application for the position of Car Mechanic

Always refer to where you saw the job advertisement.

The application should be concise, with information about why you are applying for the particular position, and what qualities, qualifications, and experiences you possess that make you suitable for this position.

An application should be one page long, and not too detailed. Read the job advertisement carefully, and address what is being asked for.



The abbreviation CV comes from the Latin term Curriculum Vitae.
A CV is a concise description of who you are and what you have done so far in your life.
Before you start writing your CV, it is important that you first analyze the job advertisement carefully. This will give you valuable information about the competencies, background, values, and qualities that the company is looking for among the applicants.
If you can identify these criteria and desires that the company is looking for, it will be much easier to write a CV that accurately targets its audience.



  1. Contact Information
  2. Key Qualifications
  3. Work Experience
  4. Education
  5. Courses
  6. Driver's License / Certifications
  7. Languages
  8. Positions of Trust
  9. Military Service
  10. Other Important Information
  11. Interests, Hobbies
  12. References

How a CV can be written:

  • The layout and design of your CV should be easy to read, chronological, and clear.
  • Use a font that is easy to read and neat, such as Arial or Times New Roman.
  • Start with personal details; full name, address, email, phone, date of birth, marital status, any children.
  • Present key qualifications (key experience and personal qualities) as early as possible in your CV. Prioritize the qualifications that best qualify you for the specific position you are applying for.
  • Avoid spelling mistakes, poor language, clutter, or logical flaws in the presentation of the information. Have someone proofread for you before sending it to a potential employer.
  • A CV is not static. Make sure the CV is always tailored to the specific position you are applying for. Using the same CV for all jobs you apply for almost guarantees that you won't hit the mark as well.
  • Emphasize presenting tasks from each job that are as relevant as possible for the position you are applying for.
  • Be mindful of whom you inform about references. It is advantageous not to "use up" these contacts unnecessarily. It is important that each reference is aware that you are using them as a reference. Get approval from the person.
  • If you have extensive work experience, it's okay for your CV to be several pages. If you are a recent graduate with little work experience, your CV should be able to be written on one page.
  • Ensure consistency between your application and CV, and that there are no gaps in the information. Inconsistencies or errors between the application and CV create uncertainty in the reader.

Good luck!