How does the hiring process work at G-TECH?
We collect resumes through an Applicant Tracking System on our website or via links provided on other job boards and social media. Once we review your resume, a member of the G-TECH recruiting team will contact you if your qualifications meet the requirements of the position.
Our recruiter then conducts a preliminary phone interview with you, which may lead to an in-person interview, technical skills testing, and other screening. This information is then submitted to our client for review. If the client requests an interview, our recruiter will contact you to schedule and help prepare you for the interview. Our recruiter will keep in contact with you throughout this process, identifying other potential positions for which you may be a good fit in the meantime.
Following the interview, if you are selected by the client to move forward in the hiring process, our recruiter will work with you on the next steps, which will likely involve an offer, background check, and other on boarding activities.
Once you are hired, you become a contract employee of G-TECH. A dedicated G-TECH account manager will continue to work with you and the client to help facilitate a successful assignment.
As a contract employee, do I have an opportunity to be hired directly by G-TECH’s client?
Yes, contract employment opportunities with G-TECH can turn into direct positions with our clients. Many of our contract employees are ultimately hired directly by our clients. It is important to note, however, that the hiring climate often changes, and although the possibility exists, many of our contract employees stay on long-term contracts working with the same client (some for several years).
Are benefits offered for contract employees?
Yes, G-TECH offers competitive compensation and benefits packages to our team members, including medical, dental, and vision coverage, paid time off, paid holidays, life insurance, and 401(k) plans, to name a few. Please check out Our Benefits to learn more.
Why are the same positions posted over and over again?
The industries we serve continue to thrive in an environment that doesn't always have as many candidates available at a specific time as we would like. Therefore, G-TECH believes in building a pipeline of candidates to the best of our ability. With hundreds of openings for our clients at any given time, we continue to recruit for positions as they become available and for ones that are on the horizon. For this reason, many of our positions are constantly posted to attract candidates at different times of the year. It increases our ability to speak with candidates throughout the year, rather than potentially missing them because we are only posting on an as-needed basis.
Does G-TECH offer a referral bonus?
Yes, G-TECH makes it very easy for candidates to refer others through our website at https://www.gogtech.com/referrals/. We pay up to $500 for qualified referrals that we place (certain conditions do apply).
What are some resume + interview tips?
Want to work where you will thrive? Consider these resume and interview tips.
- Ensure the resume clearly indicates your correct contact information: name, phone number, and email.
- A "Job Objective" or "Professional Summary" in your resume should highlight your areas of expertise to catch the eye of the reader. Gear it toward the position you're trying to get.
- Education should be listed on your resume with information on where you went to school, the degree you received, and your major(s)/minor(s). If you're still attending school, we recommend that you state this within the education area of your resume. If you're a recent grad, adding your GPA is important.
- The professional experience section of your resume should be short and sweet but highlight the key job duties or accomplishments that you achieved during your time at each position.
- Share special skills or competencies on your resume such as computer skills, software skills, soft skills, and any other language skills you possess.
- It is expected that a candidate should have at least three professional references.
- Please do not share any personal information about yourself on a resume (e.g. marital status, family information, birth date, etc.).
- Have others proofread your resume before submitting it. Spelling and grammar errors are easy ways to make a poor impression.
- Make sure to be professionally dressed for any interview you attend.
- Arrive at least 15 minutes early for an interview and bring something to write with and on. Work closely with your recruiter and review the interview tips provided before the interview.
- During the interview, be sure to make eye contact with all of the other attendees in the meeting.
- Provide a thank you card for your interviewer (your recruiter will make sure that it gets delivered). This makes a strong impression while reemphasizing your interest in the position.