We believe in the dignity of work.
It gives us a sense of purpose, identity, and accomplishment. While you’re going through your job search, tell us what motivates you so we can help you determine what makes sense based on your experience, ambitions and goals. Then we’ll help you find a position, company, and culture that sets you up for success, all while providing support along the way.
Frequently Asked Questions.
We recognize that finding a job can be stressful, so we work one-on-one with you to make the job search process easier by providing full support the entire way. You will have many questions for us so we put together some frequently asked questions to cover the basics and get you started
Why work with a staffing and recruiting firm to find a job?
Our process is easy. You’ll save time because our Stivers recruiters provide personal support to help you with your job search. We’ll get you in front of the right people, so you’ll get hired faster and start earning more quickly.
Is there a fee to use a staffing and recruiting firm?
You will never pay for any of the services Stivers provides. There are no reductions to your pay rate for our services.
What support do staffing and recruiting firms provide?
First and foremost Stivers is reliable. We return phone calls, follow up on emails and texts, and check in frequently to see how things are going during and after your job search. Our recruiters work 1:1 with job seekers and make support services available, like resume revisions, interview prep, and help you understand employment trends in your industry.
What healthcare and work life benefits do you offer?
When you work for Stivers you gain access to health benefits, 401(k), and a variety of work-life benefits. Our benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance. Specific assignments may include paid time off. Click here to learn more about our full benefits package.
How do I sign up for custom job alerts?
To receive custom job alerts, industry news, and job search insights right to your inbox sign up for our talent community. By joining our talent community we’ll be able to help you discover your next opportunity. All you have to do is tell us a little about yourself and submit your resume.
How do staffing and recruiting firms find me the right job?
First, we get to know you. We also use our deep relationships with companies from a variety of industries to match you to a position you’re qualified for. There’s no guesswork when you work with us. We have access to positions that may not be advertised with employers you may not be aware of. We’ll get you noticed by the right people and find you a great job while being there every step of the way.
How do I apply for a job with a staffing and recruiting firm?
All openings are posted on our job board ranging from entry-level to skilled positions covering a variety of industries. After you find a job, simply apply. If you’re a great match one of our recruiters will contact you. We also encourage you to create job alerts that are relevant and the best fit for you based on location, pay, and qualifications. You can even call one of our local offices and speak directly with one of our recruiting professionals!
How do I find the office nearest to me?
Visit our Stivers Locations page to view our office locations.
How do I know if I’m the right fit for a position?
Stivers offers a behavioral assessment called the Predictive Index. The PI assessment is a valuable tool used to gain insight into your strengths, areas of opportunity, and how well-suited you are for a role. We use it to evaluate personality traits to improve our hiring process and help people like you find the best job possible.
Take your assessment today and find out what drives you so you can build a great resume, showcase your strengths in an interview, and land the perfect job!
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