finding the right work for you
With a broad range of resources and a commitment to superior customer service, we are committed to finding right for our clients. That’s our goal – to help you achieve yours.
EverStaff offers several options in the search for your next great opportunity. A recruiter is available by phone Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM, and our website can be accessed 24/7 to browse current availabilities. Once a recruiter reviews your information, we will follow up promptly.
You will be assigned a personal recruiter who will take an active role in helping to find the right position for you. At this time, an initial interview will be conducted during which our processes are explained in greater detail, and you will receive a more personal introduction to the EverStaff team.
With your unique job requirements in mind, we conduct a customized job search. You are welcome to access, update, and edit your personal file and CV on the website at any time. We’ll then market your skills to employers that we feel will value your talent and experience.
Once we have located a position and confirmed your interest, EverStaff will submit your profile to the potential employer for consideration. All initial interviews will be scheduled by your recruiter, either at the employer's location or off-site. Following the interview, your staffing executive will follow up to discuss any questions or concerns you might have about the position or the company.
After successful placement, our recruiters will continue to build a long-term relationship with you, following up on a regular basis to make sure your new job meets your expectations. EverStaff is here to support you through the adjustment period, providing guidance, advice, and other valuable resources to help you succeed.
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