Our Hiring Process
Once you have found a position of interest, create a candidate profile and submit a resume online.
Receipt of resume
You will receive a confirmation email when we receive your resume (Note: if you have a SPAM blocker please ensure you can receive emails from email@example.com)
A recruiter will evaluate your qualifications and invite the most qualified candidates to participate in our selection process.
If selected to move forward we utilize several types of interview formats including a digital interview, follow up phone conversation and an in-person or virtual hiring leader interview.
You may also be asked to participate in an online assessment in the final stages of the process.
Finalist Evaluations and Offer Extended
Our hiring leader and recruiter evaluate finalists and establish who will receive an employment offer.
A candidate’s employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check and other pre-employment reviews.
The length of time for the recruiting process depends on factors such as salary, geographic location and type of position.
Search our current openings and apply for a Branch Office Support position with Edward Jones.
Tips for a Successful Interview
The interview process is our chance to get to know one another so we’re offering these tips to help you feel prepared.
We focus on skills and abilities related to your previous experience to help us understand how you approach and learn from various job situations.
- Familiarize yourself with the location, traffic, and parking, and arrive 10-15 minutes early.
- Business Attire is the standard dress at Edward Jones so please dress professionally in a suit or suit-like look for your interview.
- Bring several copies of an up to date and detailed resume.
- Expect to be asked situational questions from the advisor; this is your time to highlight your accomplishments by describing a specific situation, your actions and the overall result.
- Have questions ready for the financial advisor; you can review the Edward Jones website for information about the branch, company and position; your recruiting team is your resource for compensation and benefit questions.
- Create a great first impression; the interview starts when you arrive to the office.
Want to leave a lasting impression? Consider sending a hand written thank you letter or a thank you email within ~24 hours after the interview.