At INLIVIAN, our goal is to provide a comfortable, inclusive, and authentic candidate experience. We believe our process allows you to be at your best — and to do that, you need to understand our hiring process. In addition to describing the candidate experience we have some helpful tips when applying for any job at INLIVIAN.

NOTE: If a disability prevents you from accessing our on-line application, please contact our recruitment phone line at 704-336-3972.

Application

Applying for a new job or career path can take a lot of effort and pressing “submit” on an application can be daunting. We get that — and we want the process to be as easy as possible.

Recruiter Tip #1: Ensure Accuracy

Your application will be our first impression of you. Make sure you look for grammar and spelling mistakes and take time to accurately answer our pre-qualifying questions. Also, ensure your employment information is accurate.

Recruiter Tip #2: Find the Right Fit

Read the job description thoroughly, understand the posted compensation hiring range and the work of the department you are applying to. Your resume should address the relevance between your experience and the qualifications needed for the position.

Recruiter Tip #3: Work Smarter

It may take multiple attempts to get your application noticed. Once you complete an application for the first time, your profile information will be saved for future applications. Cover letters, although not required, can provide an extra glimpse of the skills you bring to the table.

Video Pre-Interview

Ensuring a Successful Pre-Interview

  • Our interview process consists of several team members, including our recruiter and the hiring manager.
  • Before we convene an interview panel, our recruiter will contact qualified candidates through email and provide a link to our video-screen tool. There, the candidate will respond to key questions regarding their interest in the role, the organization, and two or three job-relevant questions.
  • The tool does not allow you to edit your responses but will allow a test run. Make sure you are comfortable, well-prepared, and clear from distractions when recording your responses.

Recruiter Tip #1: Be Yourself

We want to get to know the real candidate. We want to know more than just your resume. Take the time to read directions through your candidate experience – like the application and any correspondence from a recruiter. Take every opportunity show us who you really are — we value what makes you unique.

Recruiter Tip #2: Understand Who We Are

Take the time to learn about our mission. This is a great opportunity to make sure you are aligned with the organization’s vision, mission, and values. Review job descriptions thoroughly and ensure you meet the qualifications. Come with solid examples of how your interests align with the position and the organization.

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Recruiter Tip #3: Be Patient

A recruiter will reach out to you if you are selected for an interview. Our recruiter will be your main contact during your candidate experience and will do their best to keep you updated. Keep in mind, the interview process may take longer than you expect. Please be patient — your recruiter will update you through various stages of the recruitment cycle but given their heavy workload will keep their contact limited.

The Interview

Interviews can be stressful, so we do our best to make you feel relaxed and welcome. The more prepared you are, the more confidence you will display.

Recruiter Tip #1: Learn About INLIVIAN

Spend some time learning about us. Talk to friends, read news articles and review our career site. This will help you get a sense of what we are all about, and what we value as a company.

Recruiter Tip #2: Know the Product or Service

One of the best ways to prepare for an interview is to truly understand the product or service you will be providing. One way to do so is to visit our website. Understand how to utilize our services from the customer perspective.

Recruiter Tip #3: Do Your Research

Be prepared for a panel interview. Before your interview, research the people you are meeting — LinkedIn is a great place to start. Think about the elements of your work experience that may be of interest to them. Prepare some questions that are specific to each interviewer based on their experience and role. Putting thought into your questions is a great way to show that you have done your research — not just on the role, but also on the company and people you will possibly be working alongside. We think it is great when a candidate shows genuine curiosity about our organization and our staff.

Good Luck!