Our Recruitment Process At the Arthritis Society, we are passionate about delivering a best-in-class candidate experience from first impressions right through to the last stage of onboarding – independence. Here is an outline of what to expect during the recruitment process: Application process Jobs can be applied for on our career site or through approved recruitment channels such as LinkedIn, Magnet or even a search firm. When the closing date for applications is reached, Human Resources will review your application and contact you directly should your skills be a match for the job. Due to the large volume of applications received for every job, only those shortlisted will be contacted. Introductory call Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an introductory telephone call. This is an opportunity for us to explore your interest in working at the Arthritis Society, and learn more about your background and skills to see if there is a fit. Be yourself - we just want to get to know you! This call generally lasts 20 minutes, with time for questions from you too. Interview(s) If you’ve decided you’d like to move forward, and we feel the same way, Human Resources will invite you for an interview - Human Resources and the hiring manager will always join interviews. Depending on the job, there may be multiple interviews. Interviews will be held in one of our offices or may be conducted online. They are usually an hour in length. Let us know if you have any accommodation needs that we can assist you with! Selection Making a career move to the Arthritis Society is a big decision for you and for us, and requires careful thought. Human Resources will remain in contact with you and let you know once a decision is made. You will likely be asked to complete some assessments and testing. If your application is not successful, we will contact you directly and let you know why. We will keep your details on file for any jobs that open up Job Offer Once the decision is final, Human Resources will contact you and provide you with a verbal offer, subject to receipt of satisfactory reference checks. From there, you will be sent a formal offer letter to review and sign. Onboarding Once you have accepted a job offer from the Arthritis Society, Human Resources will work with you to determine next steps for your orientation. Congratulations and welcome to the Arthritis Society! Arthritis Society Interview Tips to help you prepare for your interview with us! Learn all about us: Navigate our website to find out more about our cause and mission, the people we serve, our strategic direction and award-winning corporate culture. Focus on your value: Know your achievements, know your data and dollars, and showcase your best self! Have examples to share, and don’t be afraid to also share ideas! Show us you are as driven and innovative as we are! Take a moment to recognize how well you’ve done: …because here at the Arthritis Society, we only interview the very best talent from coast-to-coast.