About 1 week, I attended an interview with the hiring manager and had several weeks of training in a classroom setting, they then throw you out into the "pool" where nobody cares to assist you with any questions.
Answered - Release customs analyst (Former Employee) - Taylor, MI
Depends, it could take 2 weeks it could take 3 months. Submit an application online attach your career resume with appl is strongly urged. interviewed possibly 2-3 times. Take a comprehension test then wait to hear back from HR.
Answered - Release Customs Analyst (Current Employee) - New York, NY
It was ongoing without a solid onboarding process.
Answered - Business Analyst (Former Employee) - New York
Took them roughly a month from date of first application to actual approval and start date.
Answered - Release Customs Analyst (Current Employee) - Taylor, MI
You start off as a temporary employee and it will take them a very long time to hire you permanently.
Answered - Release Customs Analyst (Former Employee) - Laredo, TX