Woman’s Human Resources is located on the 2nd Floor of the Support Services Building. Candidates can park in the visitor spaces in the front of the building or any of the available spaces in lots G, H, & I.
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions during the application and screening process.
You can apply for open positions only. Browse or search by title, location, category or schedule and apply online now.
- Review the job description you are interested in applying for and confirm you meet all of the requirements for the position.
- Click the Apply Now button; create a profile (called a presence) or sign-in to an existing presence and complete the application.
- Complete all parts of the application; we cannot consider you for a position if we do not have the correct information.
Go to the sign in button and select the Create/Reset your password link as needed. Follow the instructions provided.
Resumes are only accepted for positions that are posted on the Join Our Team
site. You can post a resume for a position by clicking Apply Now.
You can track your application status by signing in and accessing the applications tab under My Presence to view your past submissions.
The hiring process may take a few weeks. Woman’s HR team will notify you directly if you are selected for an interview. You can check your application status online.
The typical hiring process can include a phone screen, interview/s, background check and reference request.
Woman’s is a professional organization and we request that you dress professionally for your interview. Professional attire does not include: denim, t-shirts, spandex materials, shorts, sheer clothing or any similar casual attire.
Woman’s completes employment background checks for all positions, verifies credentials and education, and confirms eligibility to work in the United States. All candidates must pass a post offer drug screen.
Connecting with candidate’s colleagues is an important part of our interview process. We ask for three references and will not contact them until after an interview. For recent graduates, teachers, professors and instructors qualify. A member of the clergy should not be listed as a reference, unless you worked for them.