Application Process

At Nova 401(k) Associates, we feel it is important to make the hiring process as transparent as possible.  Our goal for the hiring process is to allow both you and Nova 401(k) Associates to evaluate whether or not there is a mutual fit. 

For entry level candidates, the process typically takes under four weeks.  For experienced hires, the process may take six-eight weeks.

Step 1 – Apply on our website or through the on campus interviewing.  These are the only applications that will be reviewed.  This is necessary because we do not want to lose any applications!!  To keep your application moving as quickly as possible, please attach your resume to your online application and complete any requested pre-employment forms.  Depending on the position, the online application may include a few voluntary, anonymous questionnaires.

Please add applicantstack.com and nova401k.com to your email’s spam filter whitelist or safe sender list.  Applicantstack.com is our Applicant Management System and we use ApplicantStack to send you important emails as your application advances through the process.

The remainder of the steps may vary slightly in order depending on how you apply and your experience level, but each of the steps will occur.

Step 2 – Applicants who pass an initial review will receive an invitation to do online testing.  The actual tests vary by position.  We use these tests to be better understand your personality and likelihood of you being successful at Nova 401(k) Associates.

Step 3 – On-campus or phone interview

Step 4 – In person interviews at one of our office

Step 5 – Background search/reference check

Step 6 – Job offers to accepted candidates

If at any point, we decide there is not a good fit, we will send you an email through applicantstack.com.  At any point you decide you are not interested, you may withdraw your application on applicantstack.com.

Common Pre-employment Forms

1. Job Application 

Please fill out the application in its entirety; it is recommended that a resume or CV is also attached.

2. Release Form 

In addition, fill out the release form above, in order to make the process more efficient for everyone involved.

Best of luck in your career search!