It’s where we post our latest openings and where you can get more info on how we work with job seekers.
We’re here to help, because we think you’re kind of a big deal.
A lot of staffing companies rush you through the interview process. Not Motus. We understand that looking for a job can be stressful, so we try to make it as painless as possible. We take the time to get to know your career goals, to answer your questions, and to find out what makes you tick.
Even if you’ve worked with a staffing company before, Motus will surprise you. We’ll treat you with dignity and respect, and we’ll be honest about our ability to place you with a client. It’s a simple strategy, but our candidates tell us it makes a huge difference.
“Thank you for the opportunity! You and your staff are so warm and welcoming, not to mention very accommodating to the needs of your applicants. I appreciate you and all of your wonderful encouraging words today—you are awesome!!”
We’ve got answers! Take a look at these Frequently Asked Questions to get a better idea of how our screening and hiring processes work.
Our first priority is filling the open jobs we have right now, so we review each application carefully against our clients’ specific requirements and corporate culture. If our Talent Acquisition team judges that you meet the core qualifications, we’ll give you a call, usually within a week. Sometimes our clients ask candidates to take a skills test in the initial phases of the hiring process.
While we attempt to contact each applicant individually, sometimes it’s just not feasible as we may receive hundreds of resumes for some positions. We will save your resume in our searchable database, which is our first and best source of candidates when a new client opening comes up.
Before we submit you for any client openings, we want to meet you in person. A separate dedicated team conducting our initial phone interviews, so when you come to our office you’ll most likely be meeting with one of our specialized recruiters and not the person you initially spoke with.
You can expect to spend about 30-60 minutes in our office. You should come prepared to talk about your work history, but also about what makes you unique. The more we can understand your priorities and preferences, the better able we’ll be to place you in a job you love.
Generally you should dress as you would for a client interview, which is at least at the “business casual” level. Keep it professional and neat, and just ask us if you have any questions about what’s appropriate. You may notice that our office is more casual on Fridays.
Absolutely. We will never submit your resume to a client without your express consent. If we don’t think you are a good fit for a job, we’ll give you frank and constructive feedback. If you do make it to the next stage, we’ll keep you posted and give you an update on your status as soon as we know it.
Our approach is to never send you into a client interview unprepared; you should feel confident and comfortable when you walk in to interview. We customize your preparation process based on our in-depth knowledge of the client and their preferences.
At a minimum, you should expect to bring a copy of your resume and a list of references to your client interview.
“I love this! You're so wonderful at your job! Other recruiters that I've worked with have only sent me confirmation of the interview, not a prep packet AND motivational speech! “
– Cynthia J. (Candidate)
Congratulations! We’ve got a job offer for you—here’s what you need to know and do to make sure you’re ready to go on day one.
When we have a job offer from a client for you, we’ll let you know the pay rate, expected duration, and job responsibilities. You’ll have an in-person orientation with our HR and/or recruiting team to make sure you’re all set.
If you have any questions at all, now is the time to ask them so there are no surprises for either you or the client. When our client requires it, we’ll conduct a formal background check, skills test, and/or drug test before you start.
Bring your ID so that we can complete an I9 form, as well as your preferred account information and routing number for direct deposit. If your assignment requires any special forms, we’ll let you know.
We want to know how your job is going, and we’ll reach out your first week and periodically throughout your assignment. If you have any questions or concerns—large or small—call us! We want to make sure you’re getting the support you need to excel.