Frequently Asked Questions
You can only attach a resume to your online application form (follow form instructions). You would not be able to submit your resumes any other way. While resumes are not required for shortlisting, they will be needed for the job interview.
Yes, you can. Our Job Match system would, however, recognize your application as a match for a position other than the one you applied for, and you’ll automatically be considered for all available positions if you are not selected for the one you have applied for.
You can fill out the same application online with correct information and that will correct the information on our end. The only caveat is if your original application had already been processed, then the corrections may come too late. If corrections are needed, please submit a new application as soon as possible (within 30 minutes), or contact us to correct your application manually.
There are three basic steps to candidate selection. The first is running all applications through our Job Match system. This is an automated process based on criteria set for each job posting. The second step involves Reviewing the shortlist of candidates by hour, all the employers, staff for further shortlisting. The third step is giving job interviews and making the final selection of one or more candidates to be offered the position. Depending on the number of applications and the employers preference, there may be additional shortlisting steps or interviews.
We require a photo attachment to job applications where we anticipate that a large number of applications will be submitted, a large number of applicants will have comparable qualifications, and the number of interviews will exceed a threshold specific to each position. The photos will help the interviewers and hiring managers identify the applicants at the time of the job interview and upon the final review of all eligible candidates.
The photo attached to the contact section of some application forms is intended for identification only. It has no impact on the initial criteria-based shortlisting step.
However, it can have a negative impact in the following cases:
If the photo is missing, or fake, the application will not be processed.
If the photo is deemed inappropriate By the reviewer, It may affect your chances of being offered a job interview. An example is a photo that displays identifiable protected patients health information in violation of HIPAA law.
While we don’t specify any strict requirements for the photo attachment, we do prefer ID- or passport photos (do NOT attach a photo of your ID or passport pages). You may, however, choose a different type of photo or a selfie to show a side to your character that may not be evident during an official job interview
The interview type (virtual vs in person) and location (employer’s office vs our office) are determined based on several factors including the job applied for and the current status of COVID-19 pandemic. We try to accommodate each applicant’s preference, whenever possible.