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Questions about how to join Midco? Here are some common questions regarding applying for jobs, our hiring process and more.
Common Questions About Midco Careers
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- From our Careers section, select Search and Apply to get to our jobs board.
- Review the list of open positions.
- While you are browsing, note there could be multiple pages. Click the arrows at the bottom of the page to view the next group of jobs.
- If you can't remember your password, select Click here next to "Can't remember your password?" and follow the steps.
- If you do not have a profile, choose Click here to create a new account. You will be directed to the Edit Profile page to begin your profile and application.
Yes. Please review our current positions and apply to those that match your qualifications and interest you.
Once we receive an application, a member of our recruiting team reviews the information you provided. If it's determined you are one of the best-qualified applicants, we will contact you to take the next steps in the hiring process.
Recruitment times differ for each position and can depend on a number of factors, including:
- the number of applicants
- the nature of the position
- the complexity of the selection process
Midco complies with all aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We will provide reasonable accommodations (such as a qualified sign language interpreter or other personal assistance) with the application process upon your request.
If you require assistance in the application process, contact Midco by emailing Recruiter@Midco.com or by calling 1.800.931.9371 and select Option 6 for staffing.
Write concise sentences describing your skills, education and professional background. Put the most relevant accomplishments, skills and experiences at the beginning of your resume.
Don't just list your academic courses or job responsibilities. Describe your academic and professional accomplishments. Your accomplishments provide a picture of your successes. If possible, mention specific project outcomes that will make you stand out.
Use action verbs and industry terminology when explaining your skills and accomplishments.
Make sure to demonstrate how your experience meets the job qualifications and requirements. Read the qualifications and requirements closely, and highlight keywords listed in the job posting.
Make sure to review your grammar and spelling in the final document. Take a moment to read the resume out loud and correct any wording issues. Don't forget to preview your final document after you upload it to our website to make sure the formatting makes sense.
Sit down with a friend and go through practice questions. Videotape your practice interview if you really want valuable feedback. That way, you'll see what you're doing well and what you need to improve.
A job interview is the perfect time to ask any questions you might have about the position. Prepare a list of questions. Doing so shows initiative and an active interest in the hiring process.
Being part of a professional organization means dressing like a professional. Appearance isn't everything, but it is important.
Show up on time and know where to report. You typically want to be at an interview 10 to 15 minutes early. Don't be afraid to call ahead to make sure you know where to go and when you need to be there.
Set yourself apart from other candidates by being knowledgeable about the company and the industry. Read up on news and trends by reviewing the company website. Be prepared to speak of your interests, skills, experience and talents as it relates to the position. Most important, relax and be yourself.
Midco Hiring Process
A member of the recruiting team reviews your application. Recruitment times differ for each position and can depend on a number of factors. If it's determined you are one of the most qualified applications, a member of the recruitment team will contact you.
Interviews vary depending on the position. In general, interviews may include a pre-screening phone interview with a recruiter and an in-person interview with the hiring manager. For higher level positions, you can anticipate additional steps. Review the interview tips above to help you through this part of the process.
The final candidate is presented with an offer. A member of the recruitment team will contact you to discuss necessary paperwork and other pre-hiring checks.
Typically, new hires attend an orientation class their first day of employment. Orientation may involve out-of-town travel. During orientation, we introduce you to the mission, values and history of Midco, as well as members of our executive team, and discuss your employee benefits. New hires also complete all required paperwork during orientation.