Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

How often are jobs updated online?
New job vacancies are posted daily.

How do I know if a job has been filled?
All filled positions are removed daily. If you applied for the position, you will receive an email updating you of the status.

How do I apply for a job I am interested in?
Please refer to the How to Apply section on the main Career page.

I submitted my online application, how do I know if it has been received?
You will receive an auto-response confirming receipt of your application. You also have the ability to log back into your profile to view all positions you have applied for by clicking on the "applications" tab.

When can I expect to be contacted?
A recruiter will contact you only if they need additional information, would like to conduct a telephone screen or would want to schedule an interview. You will receive an email if you are not being considered for a position.

Can I apply for multiple positions at one time?
Yes, you can have a maximum of 3 applications at one time.

Do I need to complete a new online application for other jobs of interest?
No, you can access your original profile, update it and resubmit it for the new position. Please keep in mind that you will need to re-apply for all jobs of interest.

What happens if I faxed, mailed, emailed or dropped off my resume?
We will only review online applications submitted via our website.

I do not see a position that I am interested in. Can I still submit an online application?
We do not accept general applications, but you can create a Job Agent which will inform you when a position of interest is available.

How long is my application kept on file?
Your application will always remain active in the system. However, you will need to access your profile and online application in order to make edits and apply for any future opportunities.

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To learn more about Project SEARCH, please contact Erin Wright, Manager Recruitment, Human Resources at (269) 927-5192

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