This question is about ADT jobs.
The hiring process at ADT varies by position and usually takes several weeks from start to finish due to the drug test and background checks that are required.
There are 3 basic steps to the hiring process at ADT:
Application: Prospective employees are encouraged to explore the ADT careers webpage and get information on ADT's business, culture, and available jobs.
You are also encouraged to read about "Working at ADT" to get insight on working on ADT and life inside and outside of the office.
Once an opportunity of interest has been identified, prospects are encouraged to apply via the ADT career page. You will be prompted to create an online profile through Taleo if you don't already have one. Once you have signed up, you will be able to submit your application.
After you have submitted your application, you will be able to update your profile, apply to jobs, and monitor your application status using the online portal.
There may be pre-screening text messages or assessments that will be sent to you or you will be contacted by a member of the internal recruitment team regarding next steps.
Please note that full COVID19 vaccination may be a condition of employment depending on the role and location of the job. If you have concerns, please discuss this with a member of the internal recruitment team.
Interview: After you submit your application, it will be reviewed by a member of the internal recruitment team. If your skills seem to be a match for the role, you will be contacted to set up a phone interview.
During the phone interview, you will discuss the role in greater detail and get to ask any questions you have regarding the role and/or the company. They will be looking specifically for your past work experiences and why you are interested in working for ADT. If you are still interested and the recruitment team feels that you are a good fit, you will move on to the panel interview.
The panel interview usually takes place with the team that you would be working with. This interview is for you to learn more about the team, the role and responsibilities, and the workflow.
Come prepared to speak about specific projects you have worked on in the past, how you collaborate with others, and your career goals. Ask questions about the work environment, team dynamics, and day-to-day responsibilities.
Typical interview questions include:
"How do you deal with an angry customer?"
"Are you good with people?"
"How do you resolve conflict?"
"Why are you qualified for this position?"
Offer and Onboarding: If you are selected for the role, a member of the internal recruitment team will contact you to review the offer letter details, benefits, and more information on your new career at ADT. If you are not selected, you will receive communication from a member of the ADT team.