List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • Is there a time limit to completing the application?

    The system will allow a 2-hour time frame to submit applications. If the time it takes for you to complete the application exceeds this 2-hour limit, the system will “time out” and you will lose your information. We advise that candidates go through the application form and complete all required fields first and submit, in order to ensure that the information is saved. They may then go back into the system to complete the rest of the application form.
  • How do I know if my application went through?

    You will receive an email within 24 hours of submitting your application. This email will confirm that your application was received.
  • The system won’t let me submit my application. What do I do?

    An error message should appear which will describe the reason for not being able to submit the application. The most common reasons are due to incomplete information (e.g. required fields not completed), information is submitted using an incorrect format (e.g. dates must be in a specific format), or the system has timed out.

    Review the information you have entered for these types of potential problems, and try again.
  • Will I receive an update on the status of my application?

    Yes. All candidates will be notified on the status of their application if they have applied for a posted position. However, the response time may differ depending on the position.
  • Am I able to attach more than one document to my application?

    No, the online application system will only allow one attachment. If you have multiple documents that need to be attached, please scan and save as one document before attaching to your application.

    The online application system supports documents in DOC, DOCX, RTF, PDF, TXT, HTML format up to 4MB of total data.

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