Job Seeker FAQ

The NRI  process is designed to help you streamline your job search.

You can search open jobs and apply directly to the ones that match your skills and interests, or you may send us your resume.

After recruiter reviews your application, you will be offered positions that are aligned with your experience.

The process will vary from job to job, but the goal is to find your match efficiently.

As an applicant, you will not pay for any of the services NRI provides.

You can search open jobs and apply online, or you may send us your resume.

On your application, you will be asked about your work history and other information that is fairly standard for any application process.

Once your application is complete, you may be asked to interview with a recruiter at NRI. During this conversation, we will discuss your experience, skills and your goals in greater detail.

NRI will conduct reference checks with references you provide. We may also conduct other types of background checks or screenings as required by the employer.

Not every job is going to meet the expectations you have. If you are not interested in a position you are free to decline. We will continue to offer positions to you based on your skills and preferences.

We understand that sometimes you will not know if a job is really right for you until you get to work. If you are on a temporary or contract job and find that it is not good for you, we ask that you contact your recruiter immediately to discuss the situation rather than just leaving the job with no warning.

We may ask you to stay at an assignment for a little while longer so that we can find a replacement, but we make every attempt to remedy the situation efficiently.

New jobs are posted to our website and updated regularly, so check our job board as often as you like!

If you’ve applied previously or are a current associate, we ask that you keep us updated if your availability or interests change.


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