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For candidates who have been contacted by a Noll representative for an interview, this page will provide additional information on what you can expect when you come in for your interview.
Please Note: Interviews are by appointment only. In order to qualify for an interview, you must first apply for a position and then be contacted by a Noll representative. If you are just beginning our job search with Noll, please visit our How to Apply page for more information.
When you walk in to the Noll offices, the Application and Testing Coordinator will greet you promptly. Please let him/her know the name of the Noll representative with whom your interview is scheduled. They will then take you through the following process. Please feel free to ask the coordinator any questions as you go. All applicants are reminded to turn off and stow all electronic devices prior to entering the testing area.
If you have not completed the Noll Application prior to coming in for your interview, you will be asked to do so once you arrive. The Noll Application takes approximately 15 to 30 minutes to complete and can be completed either electronically or on paper.
The Noll Application will need to be filled out as accurately and completely as possible. Your application is just as important as your resume. Please make sure to fill in all of the required fields.
In addition to your general contact information, please be sure to have the following information on hand when filling out your Noll Application:
- Educational History – Names of schools, dates of attendance
- References – Names and phone numbers (business, home, or both) of three professional references that Noll can contact. References must be individuals with whom you have a professional relationship – i.e. someone with whom you have worked, volunteered, etc. References with whom you have no professional association will not be accepted.
- 5 Year Work History – Company names, dates of employment, phone numbers, supervisors names, salary history, job duties and reasons for leaving.
- The information on your application will be input into our database and used in assisting you find a position that is a great fit! Please provide as much information as possible on your application. The more accurate and complete your application is, the easier it will be for us to place you in a new position.
The application may be filled out online before coming to Noll for an interview. Please ask your Noll representative for more information prior to your interview.
Kenexa Assess Testing
For positions requiring specific computer skills, candidates are asked to complete a series of online tests through a website called Kenexa Assess in order to demonstrate their level of proficiency. Candidates may be tested on basic computer skills, such as typing, 10-key data entry and alpha-numeric data entry. Some candidates will also be tested on software programs, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, depending on position requirements.
If you have internet access at home, we recommend that you complete your online testing prior to arriving for your interview. If you have not completed your online Kenexa Assess tests prior to your interview, you will be asked to complete them when you arrive. Please ask your Noll representative for more information.
EEO Self-Identification Form
You will be asked to fill out a short self-identification form. This is voluntary. This information helps Noll complete certain reports, as required by law.
The Clerical Evaluation will test your skills and abilities in the areas of math, filing, punctuation, grammar, comparison and spelling. Your evaluation scores will ultimately be submitted to potential employers, so please take your time in completing the evaluation, and feel free to ask the Application and Testing Coordinator to clarify any questions you may have. The use of cell phones, calculators or any electronic devices is not permitted.
Conditional Job Offer
If you meet Noll’s initial hiring requirements, you will receive a Conditional Job Offer. In summary, the Conditional Job Offer says that Noll would like to offer you employment, but it is conditional upon your interview with a Noll representative, your job skills, the positions we have available, and your interview with the client organization. Please read over the Conditional Job Offer carefully when received. If you have any questions, please ask your Noll representative during your interview.
Employee Commitment Form
Along with your Conditional Job Offer, you will also be given an Employee Commitment Form. This form goes over basic attendance and conduct commitments required of Noll employees. Please read through the Employee Commitment form carefully, as you will be asked to sign a copy of this form during your interview.
Education Verification Form
You will also be asked to complete an Education Verification form with information about your educational background: schools attended, degrees received, dates of attendance, etc. This form is not used for selection purposes, but rather to help Noll’s administrative team verify your educational history to help you secure employment as quickly as possible.
You will be asked to complete a Medical Questionnaire, as well. This form goes over basic medical information that Noll might need in case of a medical emergency. This form also includes Noll’s substance abuse policy for you to read and sign.
The I-9 form is used to confirm an employee’s identity and verify that he or she is eligible to work in the United States. In order to complete the I-9 form, you will need to provide acceptable documentation of your identity and your U.S. work eligibility. Click here for a list of acceptable documents.
The W-4 form is used to determine the proper amount of federal income taxes Noll should withhold on each of your paychecks. Read the directions carefully and fill out the form as completely and accurately as possible.
Direct Deposit Form (Optional)
Those interested in having their paychecks automatically deposited into their bank account are asked to complete a Direct Deposit form and attach a voided check. Employees who choose not to utilize direct deposit will have their paychecks mailed to them.