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If you have applied to a position you are qualified for, a recruiter/or hiring manager will review your resume/experience and will be in touch within 48 hours of receipt of your application. If you do not qualify for the position, you can expect to receive an e-mail from our recruiters. In some cases, the number of applicants for a given position can be so high that we can't reach out to every applicant and response times may vary. If you are wondering on the status of your email, you can login to the on-line employment system and check the status of your application by clicking on "Sign In", then "View My Account". Once in your account, click on "View Application Status".
Why does Centura need my Social Security Number and Date of Birth when I apply?
SSN and Date of Birth are required to completed a background check on candidates that are offered a conditional offer of employment. If you are not made an offer of employment, the information will not be used. The date of birth is not visible to hiring managers.
18. Why am I asked my race/ethnic background?
Candidates are asked this information so that Centura can gather information to ensure that we are appropriate recruiting all ethnic groups. This information IS NOT shared with hiring managers or anyone involved in the hiring decision. If you choose not to share the information, simply click on "Choose not to disclose."
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