Application Process

Step by step guide to our application process.

The first step in the process is to submit an application.

A wide variety of opportunities are available. Check out a complete list of current openings. You’ll find opportunities throughout our footprint, including Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas. These positions are updated daily as they become available.

If you meet the minimum qualifications, you may submit an application for any open position. Applications will remain active in our system for 60 days. At any point during the application process you can check your status online by signing in to the account you created. Click on “MyJobpage” to view the status.

Information to have ready

  • Your work history and/or resume
  • Your address and previous employer contact information
  • Your education history

 

A couple of common questions about submitting an application:

What does it mean when my status says “Application in Progress”?

Your application must be completed before we can consider you for a position. If the position is still accepting applications, you may log back into the system to ensure you have completed each page, filling out each consent form and electronically signing and dating the application. We will send a notice to your email address on file once your completed application is received.

What is the difference between Creating a Profile and Submitting an Application?

Creating a Profile is entering basic information about yourself and your work history. You may enter this information at any point. At the same time, or in the future, log into your profile and attach it to a particular position to create an application. Submitting your application means you are expressing interest in a specific position within our organization. You will not be considered for employment until we receive your completed application.


Upon submitting your application, below is a step by step guide to our process.

Application review

1. Application review

Recruiters will review incoming, completed applications. Please ensure your application and resume are current and accurate. If your experience matches the qualifications of the position for which you have applied, you may be contacted for an initial interview.

 

Prescreen Interview

2. Prescreen interview

A recruiter may contact you to conduct an initial prescreening interview. These brief interviews help the recruiter assess your work experiences and skill sets to further determine if you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. A follow up, in-person interview may be scheduled after the initial prescreen. Read our tips to prepare for your interview.

 

On-site interview

3. On-site interview

If you meet the minimum qualifications for the position and perform well in the prescreen interview, the recruiter may schedule an on-site interview with the hiring manager. These interviews are more in-depth, longer in duration, and will have a targeted focus on your experiences and skills as they relate to the duties of the position.

The on-site interviews typically occur at the work location for the position and may be one-on-one, or panel format. Consider bringing a few copies of your resume, references, samples of work, or business cards to your on-site interview.

 

Feedback

4. Feedback

The recruiter will follow up with the hiring manager to obtain feedback from the interview, and will be in touch regarding next steps in the process. Feel free to contact your recruiter should you have any additional questions.

 

 Selection

5. Selection

If you are selected for a position, there are a number of pre-employment processes you’ll need to successfully complete in order to start work. This includes various background checks, fingerprint processing and drug screening, as well as several onboarding forms. For certain roles, additional pre-employment screening criteria may be required. We’ll keep you abreast of all the steps throughout the pre-employment process.