Have a question? We’re here to help. Here are the three steps in Environmental Works Inc.’s hiring
STEP 1: APPLY
Once you’ve identified an opportunity of interest, we invite you to submit your profile online. Following your submission, a member of our internal recruitment team will review your credentials against the requirements for the role you’ve expressed interest in. You will then be
contacted regarding next steps.
STEP 2: ASSESS
At Environmental Works, we offer various options for two-way communication during the hiring process. Depending on the role, location and timeliness, we may initiate our dialogue with you via telephone, Zoom interview or through a traditional in-person interview. We recognize that an interview should be mutually beneficial. We invite your questions.
STEP 3: OFFER & ON-BOARDING
It’s decision time. Our team works equally hard to ensure the right hiring decision is made for you, as well as EWI. Offers are extended live via telephone or in-person from a member of our internal team. If you are not selected for a particular role after your interview, you will receive communication from a member of our team.
Once you’ve accepted an offer from EWI, you will receive additional details about your on-boarding experience, including access to our online portal and pre-employment processes.
Consider the following when developing your resume:
1. Position the most relevant points first where they are most apt to be read.
2. Highlight strengths most relevant to the specific job opportunity and role.
3. Use action words that will make your resume stand out.
4. Call attention to your achievements by including results and supporting data versus an
exhaustive list of responsibilities.
5. Your main selling points should be clear and easy to review.
6. Use bullet points with short sentences to structure the body of your resume.
7. Font size should be no smaller than 10 point and the length of your resume should not exceed two pages.
8. Update your resume frequently to ensure your most recent accomplishments are captured.
Success at Environmental Works centers around five leadership imperatives:
These leadership imperatives apply to all employees regardless of their position. During your interview, you will be asked to provide specific examples of your academic and professional accomplishments that are aligned with these leadership imperatives.
While we cannot disclose exactly what will be covered, we can provide a few helpful tips to apply during your interview:
Not everyone can survive and thrive in every environment. This is why the overall fit between you and the organization is so important. The interview will give us both a chance to examine this fit and help to ensure a successful relationship. The interview will be most effective if you
are yourself, speak with truth and candor and show your personality.
KNOW OUR BUSINESS
We encourage you to become familiar with our industry, the challenges we face, and the competitive landscapes in which we operate. A great place to start is by reviewing our company’s website, as well as our LinkedIn and Facebook pages.
DISPLAY A PASSION
Passion is a key characteristic that makes our employees successful. Not just a passion for our products and our industry, but a passion for learning, growing and winning. What are you passionate about and how can you leverage that passion to be successful at Environmental
Works? Tell us.
You’re in the process of making a decision that will impact your career for many years to come. Take this opportunity to ask questions about Environmental Works’ involvement in the community and how we develop our organization, people and vision. Ask us questions that are
important to you.
We’re passionate about our business and are more than willing to share our insights to help you make the best decision.
ESTABLISH A LONG-LASTING RELATIONSHIP
Regardless of whether you receive or accept an offer of employment, use this as an opportunity to begin building lasting relationships with our organization. You’ll meet exciting and knowledgeable people to expand your professional network. Take advantage of it.