Some Frequently Asked Questions
Current vacancies are listed under "Current Opportunities" on the Careers page of the Everest corporate website.
No, please send your resume electronically as all received resumes are stored and sorted within our positions available database.
The interview process depends on the number of applicants, number of interviews scheduled and follow up required. Everyone that has been interviewed will be contacted at the conclusion of the interview process. If you have not been chosen your resume will remain on file for 1 year and could be considered for future openings.
It is possible, but would depend if there were no local applicants that met the job requirements.
Unfortunately with the large volume of applications we are not able to respond in writing to each applicant. We do though wish to thank everyone for showing an interest in our positions; however, only those selected for additional steps in the recruitment process will be contacted.
You can complete the on-line form associated with the position posting, or email your resume along with a cover letter indicating your qualifications and experience to [email protected] Your resume can be sent as an attachment in one of the following formats: MS Word, PDF, RTF, or HTML.
Resumes for vacant positions are reviewed on a weekly or regular basis.
Your resume will remain active in our database for a period of 1 year.
A successful applicant can typically expect to go through one or two interviews.
Yes, all applications are sorted based upon area of interest. We keep each application in our database for a period of 1 year and may refer back to them when a suitable vacancy occurs.
Yes, we keep all resumes on file for a period of 1 year and may refer back to previously received resumes when a new job opening occurs.
We could certainly transfer an employee if he/she was interested, qualified for a work visa, and was the most qualified person for the vacancy.