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Company Overview: Dell
- Number of stores:
- $56.9 billion (2012)
- Round Rock, TX
- Michael Dell
- Dell is a computer technology company that specializes in selling, repairing, and supporting consumer and enterprise products and services. Founded by Michael Dell in 1984, the company is now one of the largest tech companies in the world, with more than 110,000 employees worldwide. In 2012 they were ranked #38 on the Fortune 500 list.
You can search and apply for jobs at Dell directly through your StartWire account. When you apply for a job through us, we will let you know each time the status of your application changes. This means that you will always be able to tell when your application has been read and if you are still being considered for the position that you have applied for. Apply now
You can also apply for jobs at Dell through their hiring website. If you do choose to use their site instead of ours, don't forget to come back to your StartWire account and tell us about your application so we can help you keep an accurate record of where and when you applied. Maintaining an organized record of where you applied is one of the most effective ways to successfully find a job, and we're committed to providing you with the tools you need to do so.
For this application guide, we applied for a position as a Software Development Engineer. While the application process is the same for most positions, your experience may vary a little bit depending on the position that you apply for.
Before you can apply for a position at Dell, you will need to create an account on their hiring site. Creating an account is simple, and will only take a minute of your time. To register, you will need to provide a username, an account password, your email address, and an answer to a security question.
Once your account is created, you will have the opportunity to upload your resume. Providing your resume is optional at this point, but uploading it can be a great time-saver. Dell will read through your resume and use the information it finds to fill in many of the application fields for you. If you do choose to upload your resume, make sure that you check all of the application fields for accuracy. While Dell's program worked perfectly for us, it's possible that it could stumble over some resume formatting and put some information in the wrong spot. It would stink to miss out on a job because their program made an error, so make sure that you check everything twice. If you choose not to provide your resume at this point, that's ok -- you can enter in all of your information manually.
Over the course of the application, Dell will ask you to provide many different pieces of personal information including your name, home address, phone number, email address, education, and work experience. Before you begin the application, make sure that you have accurate start and end dates for both your education and work history. While it's easy to assume that our memory's are perfect, that often isn't the case. Dell will very likely verify these dates before a job offer is made, so you will want to make sure that all the information you provide is 100% accurate.
After your personal information is entered, you will have the chance to upload any relevant attachments (including your resume and cover letter). As always, take some time to customize both documents for the position that you are applying for. Not only will this allow you to show a legitimate interest in working at Dell, it will also give you the opportunity to demonstrate exactly how your previous experiences have prepared you for the job that you are applying for. We admit that it can be a pain to customize your resume and cover letter for every position that you apply for, but it's one of the best way to ensure a successful job search. Your time will rarely be better spent.
Once you upload your resume and cover letter, you will be able to review your application before you submit it. Be sure to check for any errors, and go ahead and send it once you're happy with what you see.
When you apply for a job at Dell through your StartWire account, we will provide you with automatic updates on the status of your application. This means that we will let you know anytime that the status of your application changes. You will always know when your application has been read, and if you are still being considered for the position that you applied for. Sign up now
Dell is an equal opportunity employer.
Jobs available at Dell
There are far too many jobs available at Dell to list them all here, but most jobs can be organized into the following categories: account management, accounting, accounts receivable, administration, finance, business consulting, call center, cloud computing, corporate development, credit and collections, credit finances, customer care, technical training, data entry, data storage, engineering, facilities, healthcare, human resources, inside sales, manufacturing, marketing, networking, outside sales, product services and management, sales, and security.
One of the cool things about Dell is that they have jobs within the company that would make a great fit for people from all walks of life and areas of interest. Check back regularly to find a job that's a good match for your particular interests and abilities. Search jobs
Michael Dell is the founder, CEO, and Chairman of Dell.
Until recently, Dell was a publicly traded company (NASDAQ: DELL). In 2012 they reported $56.9 billion in revenue, $3.01 billion in operating income, $2.37 billion in net income, $42.5 billion in assets, and $10.68 billion in equity.