Mission: Govig is committed to developing long-term relationships with both the companies we work with as well as with the individuals we place. We know that talent is the greatest tool in the workplace and work hard to identify potential convert that into an ...
I have been working at Govig & Associates full-time (Less than a year)
Working at Govig is unmatched. The independent environment and trust are as good as it gets. You are able to work independently, and as long as you work well, you are never micro-managed. We are also growing. New positions for future growth are developing, so there are more career paths than just being a recruiter.
If you are very dependent, it may not be the best culture fit.
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I applied online. I interviewed at Govig & Associates in April 2017.
My interview process was atypical because scheduling was hard with how busy the department got.
The process starts with a phone screening where your background is collected and you can ask as many questions as you want regarding the position. Then, a Word, Excel, Outlook, and typing assessment are taken and an email stating your continued interest is emailed to the person who screened you.
My next step was to interview with the hiring manager and VP of the department I would work in. This was a basic interview to try and understand your motivations for wanting to work with Govig. Afterwards, you are given another chance to ask questions. Then, another email of intent was sent stating my continued interest in Govig.
After being accepted for the next step, I was sent to meet the team I would be working closely with. This was a very informal interview where you can ask questions about the company, culture, etc. that you typically wouldn't ask a hiring manager. More standard interview questions were asked. Once that was over, another email of intent was sent to the hiring manager.
The step after that was a meeting with the VP and hiring manager again to discuss placing me in a project coordinator role rather than a recruiting role. There were some questions thrown in but a lot of it was easy stuff.
Finally, the meeting with the CEO himself is the last part. It sounds daunting but he is actually really cool. At this point, they know you can do the job but want to make sure you're a good fit for the culture. Just be yourself.
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