It took me 6 months to get hired on. They are now hiring temps for their clerical positions because they cant keep people. Low pay very stressful
It took about 1 month from the day I applied to the day I received an offer. I was asked to come in for an interview about 1 week after I applied. There was a written exam that consisted of a grammar and reading comprehension test before the panel interview. I was informed that a background check and reference check would need to be performed. About 3 weeks later, I was offered the position.
I applied late Jan 2018, received an invitation to the assessment late Feb 2018 missed that one. However, she rescheduled me for the next round of testing in March 26. I knew the sane day that I passed and was offer an interview for the next following week. Was offered the position on the spot the only waiting timeframe I experienced was them waiting on my reference to respond with the needed paperwork.
Answered - Auditor IV (Former Employee) - Grand Prairie, TX
Around 2 weeks or so
Answered - Clerk III (Former Employee) - Wichita Falls, TX
A few weeks total. had to wait for the background check and interview a couple of times. not too bad
Answered - Medical Eligibility Specialist (Former Employee) - Amarillo, TX
About a month or two.
Answered - Texas Work Advisor I (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
The process is not long at all maybe in a week you will be notified if seclected, due to the turn over rate which is so huge due to lack of pay and the volume of work.
Answered - Program Supervisor (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
It depends on the hiring manager. If you can get past the initial application review, you will need to take job assessments and complete an in person interview.
Answered - Clerk (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX
No expert in this field but employment starts with completing a State of Texas application on-line.
Answered - Quality Assurance Specialist II (Current Employee) - Beaumont, TX