Step 1 – Apply
Match Your Skills and Interests - Review the current opportunities that are available, and find a role that interests you and matches your skills. Once you’ve found it, prepare your resume.
Check and Double Check your Resume - Your resume is the first thing that gets seen at a potential new job. It’s important that your resume reflects you, and matches the skills needed for any position that you apply for. Before you submit your application for any position, check these helpful hints:
- Check and double check for spelling or grammatical errors. Spelling errors are one of the top reasons for resumes to be overlooked, since all of our positions require a high degree of attention to detail.
- Focus on your skills, experience and educational background. Show us how you are the best fit for the position you are applying for. After looking at your resume, it should be clear that your skills, experience and education match those of the job you are applying for.
- Highlight your achievements within each position. Did you accomplish something that you are proud of? Tell us about it.
- Keep it short. A resume of one to two pages is ideal. If there is more information that we need during the recruitment process (such as transcripts or portfolio), it will be communicated when you are contacted by a human resources representative.
Prepare your Cover Letter - All positions require a cover letter. This provides you with another opportunity to tell us a little bit about yourself, and why you would be a great fit with our Firm and for the position. When preparing your cover letter, follow these two tips:
- Make it unique. We have a diverse team, and we want to know what makes you unique and what you will bring to our team.
- Check your spelling and grammar.
Apply - If you are confident that your skills and interests are aligned with one of our current opportunities, and you have checked and double checked your resume, the next thing to do is apply.
After You Have Applied - After you have applied, your application will be sent to our Human Resources Department. We do not use a computer system to review resumes; it dehumanizes the approach to our recruitment process and it can eliminate.
All applications that come through are reviewed by a team member from our Human Resources Department who are trained in interpreting resumes and familiar with our roles. If your level of experience does not match a current position that is available, your application will be flagged for future opportunities that may become available and fit your level of experience.
If your application meets the skills and experience necessary for the position that you have applied to, a human resources representative will contact you and one of two things will happen: 1) You will be scheduled for a telephone interview, if there is no other information needed for the role you have applied to or 2) you will be asked to supply additional information (such as transcripts, or a portfolio).