What if I’m not sure what position I should apply for?
Are you interested in what you’ve learned about AccentCare, but you’re not sure exactly where you’d fit into our organization? You can still reach our recruitment team by making a general application. If an opportunity comes up that we think you’ll be suitable for, we’ll get in touch.
How many years of experience do I need to have to work at AccentCare?
It’s best to directly consult the job description of the position you’re interested in to review the background education, experience, and qualifications needed. We’d also like to invite you to complete a general application in our database if you find that you don’t currently qualify for the specific position you’re interested quite yet.
I’ve submitted my application; what happens next?
You should receive an email shortly after submitting your application to confirm that it was received. Your application will be reviewed along with the position requirements, and if the recruiting teams believes there is a good match, you will be contacted for a phone interview, an in-person interview, or a pre-employment assessment.
After the interview, when can I expect to hear back from the recruiting team?
Our goal is to reconnect with each candidate shortly after the interview. During your interview itself, it’s common to discuss timing and next steps, so feel comfortable broaching the topic with your recruiter, or contacting them with a question during the process. All interviewed candidates will be directly notified whether they have been selected for the position or not.
our hiring process
- Submitting Your Application. Now that you’ve found one or more positions that interest you, it’s time to start the application process. Click here to read a few of our resume tips.
- Recruiter Review. After you apply online, your resume will be reviewed by our recruiting team to determine if you’ve met the required qualifications and would be a good fit for the position.
- Checking On Your Status. You can check the status of your application by logging in to the AccentCare career website anytime throughout the process.
- Interviewing. If your background, skills, and experience are a good fit for the position you’ve applied for, you may be contacted by a member of our recruiting team to book an interview. This may be in the form of a phone interview, an in-person interview, or a pre-employment assessment. Additional interviews with the Hiring Manager or a member of the Leadership Team may also take place during this part of the hiring process.
- Offer Letters. After the interview process has been completed, a hiring decision will be made. If you are offered a position of employment at AccentCare, it will initially come in the form of a verbal offer of employment, and will be followed up by a written offer after you verbally accept.
- New Hire Welcome. Congratulations on becoming a new AccentCare employee! Either your new Hiring Manager or a member of the recruiting team will convey further details to you including your start date, benefits details, new hire orientation and training dates, and other relevant onboarding information.
We're excited that you’re interested in becoming an AccentCare employee, and we look forward to learning more about your background and experience throughout our hiring process.
Refreshing your resume is time worth spending, considering it serves to represent your education, professional experiences and leadership abilities that you bring to a company. Below you will find a handful of resume tips that can serve as a helpful guideline to prepare this dynamic representation of yourself.
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Use Key Phrases. Recruiters are adept at assessing a candidate’s resume quickly, so ensure that yours is properly organized, uses small paragraphs with key phrases, and uses bullet points to organize and share accomplishments that highlight your successes across various competencies.
Keep it Concise. If chosen for an interview, you will have time to go into more detail on specific experiences.
Use Active Language. Words such as “designed”, “consulted”, “prepared”, and “managed” make your resume sound professional and enthusiastic.
Highlight Your Achievements. After briefly notating a job duty, your focus should be on showcasing your achievements within that duty. This will help bring your resume to life, and help tell your professional story.
Align your Experiences with the Role. Read the job description of the position you’re applying for, and reflect on how your background will be a good fit. Highlight your strengths, and let your resume speak for you!
Second Set of Eyes. Ask a trusted friend to read your resume and share their thoughts with you. This will help from an editorial perspective as they can help spot typos, and give a fresh perspective on how well your resume flows.
General Housekeeping. Ensure your resume uses the space on the page well, doesn’t include personal information (e.g. headshot photo, social security number, nationality, marital status), and is in an easy-to-read font such as a standard serif (e.g. Times New Roman) or sans-serif (e.g. Arial), that is no smaller than 10-point in size.