Q: How will I be contacted with information about position vacancies?
A: Typically, you will receive a telephone call when your qualifications are determined to be among those most closely matching the skills criteria needed for a vacant position. The recruiter will provide details about the vacant position and you will be able to decide if you are interested in referral to the hiring department for an interview. There are some exceptions. If you took any type of test, you may be referred in score order. If there was a large volume of eligible candidates or a large number of vacant positions, you may receive a letter.
Q: How will the most highly qualified candidates for a position be determined?
A: Our electronic resume system "reads" your education level, experience and skills. When your qualifications most closely match those of a vacant position, a recruiter will review your background further to determine if you will be offered the opportunity to appear for a hiring interview or an additional evaluation steps. The more skill information you provide, the more likely you will be to match the requirements of available positions and be contacted further.
Q: How will I be informed of the results of a hiring interview?
A: The hiring department will contact you with interview results.
Q: Will anything happen if I do not appear for an interview?
A: If you do not appear for a scheduled interview after accepting the invitation from an H.R. Recruiter, your application will be made inactive and you will receive a letter.
Q: Can I waive interviews with the department?
A: If you waive/decline three interviews with the department for same or similar positions, after accepting from an H.R Recruiter, your application will be made inactive and you will receive a letter.