A designated recruiter is assigned to each position and will review your resume, and pass along to the hiring manager if you meet the requirements. A company representative may call you to ask for additional information, such as depth of technical/professional knowledge, availability for interviews, interest in relocation, salary expectations, career goals, etc. If the hiring manager believes you would be a good fit for the position, the recruiter will schedule an interview.
Preparing for Your Interview
When you arrive for your interview, an HR representative will meet you, discuss your application, and answer any questions you have. Different departments have different practices, but you can expect to meet with 2-4 department representatives. You will have the chance to share your qualifications and learn more about us, so please come prepared to discuss/show past experience and have any questions ready. We may schedule a 2nd interview before making a final decision.
Background Checks & Drug Screen
If you are presented with a job offer, you will be asked to complete a background check that covers your employment history, references, educational qualifications, etc. and a pre-employment drug screen. All offers of employment are contingent upon the satisfactory completion of the background investigation and pre-employment drug screen.
Additionally, many of our positions require Department of Defense security clearance.
Hiring & Orientation
After you accept the offer, we will discuss and determine your start date. New employees generally start on Mondays, which is when we hold orientation sessions.
If you have questions prior to being contacted by our recruiter, you can contact us at email@example.com.