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Want to know about our hiring process? Not sure what to expect once you get hired on as a Select Associate? Check out our answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive from job seekers and candidates.Why would I want a temporary job?Temporary jobs are ideal for those who need someone to take charge of their job search. Rather than you sending out your resume to jobs you may or may not be qualified for, our Personnel Supervisors can look at your experience and submit it to our clients who have a need for your skill set. Temporary assignments are also perfect for those who need:
Flexible work schedules
Entry into a company where you want to work
Exposure to many positions to find the one with the right culture and day-to-day responsibilities
Opportunity to obtain experience, training, and professional growth
Diversity in jobs and challenges
How can I find local job openings my area?We have thousands of job opportunities available with our prestigious clients all over the country. You can use our job search function to view our posted job openings in your location. If you don’t find something that immediately meets your needs, go ahead and complete our online application and then reach out to your local recruiter so you can be in our system for future jobs or so we can match you with openings that may not have yet made it to our website.
How quickly can I expect to get hired?In some cases, we can place you on an assignment the same day you complete your application and in-office paperwork. It all depends on what job openings we have received from our clients and whether your experience is the correct match.
What is your hiring process?All applicants must complete an online application, then our Personnel Supervisors will interview you to understand who you are and your expertise and experience. Before being placed in any of our temporary jobs, you’ll also need to watch a brief orientation and safety video. All applicants must provide documentation proving that they are eligible to work in the United States and may be asked to submit to a drug test and reference and background checks.or any job. Visit our Resume Writing page!