Careers FAQ

How do I apply?
You can view available positions and apply online on our Job Listings page.

How do I know if my online application has been received?
You will receive an auto-response confirming receipt.

Should I email, fax or mail my resume if I have already applied online?
The online application with an attached resume is all we need.

Can I apply for more than one position at a time?

I do not see a position I am interested in. Can I apply without selecting a specific position?

How often are the jobs updated online?
Job postings are updated as they become available and removed as they are filled.

When will someone contact me regarding my application status?
Human Resources is unable to advise every applicant about the status of his or her application. Only those applicants whose skills best meet our current needs and the requirements of the position will be contacted.

How do I know if a job has been filled?
Positions are removed as they are filled. You may also receive an email informing you of the position’s status.

What happens to my application once a position I’ve applied for is filled?Applications are kept on file for one year. If your skills match another position, please reapply.

Do you have volunteer positions?
Yes. For more information, visit the Volunteer Information page.

If my personal information changes, should I submit a new application?
As long as your phone number and email are still accurate, it is not necessary to submit a new application. If your phone number or email changes, you should reapply.

Can I edit a current application?
No. Once you have submitted your application, you cannot modify it. You can edit your application when you apply for a new position.

How do I know if I am qualified for a particular job?
The minimum requirements for each position are indicated in the job listing.

How long does the hiring process take? Who makes the final decision?
The hiring process may vary. Once your application is screened by Human Resources, it is forwarded to the hiring manager. Each department has their own process that may include multiple interviews. The hiring department makes the final decision.