If you're qualified on paper, they will typically call you to gage your interest in the position. If you appear interested and a possible good fit, they will proceed with asking you a series of preliminary questions. If all goes well, you will then be invited to a more formal interview. In the interview, they will go into pretty extensive detail on what your day on the job will truly be like. Unlike most other companies, Markland Wood Group will not try to "sell" you the position. Rather, they are very straight-forward about the position and its expectations. They are very serious about not wasting their time nor yours, so them providing you the knowledge you need to make an informed decision is what they will prioritize in the interview. They want people who will commit. They will ask you about your employment history; why you left your previous positions, ask you about employment gaps, etc. The final step before getting hired and scheduled for training is them running your drivers abstract and doing a background check.
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