Frequently Asked Questions

What is involved in the application process?

You may apply online through our website.  Computers and support are available at our local offices, too.  Once the application is complete, you will be contacted by a staffing coordinator for an interview.  They will review your employment history, qualifications and skills.  If necessary, they will also conduct testing, complete background checks and drug screenings (You may be given a contingent offer of employment prior to background screening; it depends on which county you live in).  Once all reviews and tests are satisfactory, you will be ready to work.  Our staffing coordinators will start matching your qualifications to an ideal position.

 

How often should I contact your office after an interview?

Contacting your designated office on Monday is preferred so we know you are ready and available to work that week.

 

I’ve applied; when can I start working?

Once the application process is complete, you will be considered based on your preferences, qualifications, and available openings. The time it takes to land a position varies, but we aim to get you working as quickly as possible.

 

Am I guaranteed a job when I apply through JobFinders?  

No. Getting placed on an assignment is not guaranteed.  JobFinders has all types of openings in customer service, manufacturing and distribution, yet your qualifications and preferences may not fit our needs.  Don’t give up though; keep checking back with us and monitor look at the website too.

 

What if I am not interested in a certain position when it is offered; is it all right to turn it down?

Yes, we prefer you turn down a position if it is not right for you.

 

What if I accept an assignment and decide it is not for me?

It happens.  If you have a change of heart, we request you call your staffing coordinator so they can assist in making a change for you.

 

What do I pay for your services?

Job applicants do not pay anything for our services. All services are paid by our clients.