Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

FAQ

Here you can find the answers to all of your questions regarding the application process at Storck USA:

How do I apply?

Please send an email to careers@us.storck.com with your resume and the position/opportunity you are interested in.


How is your interview process structured?

The first round interview consists of meeting with the hiring manager and HR. During the second round the candidate will meet with cross-functional interview teams. In the final round, the candidate will conduct a presentation based on topics given to them in advance. Your audience will be members of the interview team.


What can I expect when I start working at Storck?

You will have a busy schedule during your first few weeks and months when joining Storck USA. First we introduce you to everyone in the office. You will have an opportunity to meet and speak with the CEO, VP of Finance & Operations and the VP of Marketing. You will be trained on the various IT, Travel, Expense and HR systems. Finally, you will get a chance to meet with department heads, fellow colleagues and customers. This comprehensive process is designed for you to start building meaningful and lasting relationships all the while gaining the necessary context and knowledge needed to perform your job well.


How would you describe your company culture?

We are a highly collaborative group of individuals who bring passion to everything we touch. We pride ourselves on being a family company and continuously look to our employees to help drive the growth of our business.


Does your office give back to the community?

Storck USA plays an active role in Urban Initiatives, a Chicago non-profit organization that promotes health, education and character development through a sports-based program in mainly in underserved communities.


What kind of benefits package does Storck USA offer their full-time employees?

We provide a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to: medical, dental, vision and 401(K) retirement savings plans.