All job and career postings are handled through NEOGOV — a popular workforce management tool for the public sector.
The information you have entered so far serves as an application template. This template allows one to apply for multiple positions without having to create new applications. To submit the application template for a specific position, perform a job search to find a job you are interested in and click on the job title to view the job posting. Click “Apply”, which is located toward the upper right-hand side next to “Print Job Information”. Once you log into your account, there will be a box that reads: “To apply for the position of (Job Title) click here”. Click on the job title link. Your application template will populate in step one, and you will be able to proceed with the application process steps.
If you do not already have an email address, free email is available through a number of providers. Though we cannot endorse any particular vendor, you may want to click on these links for more information: MSN Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, and AOL AIM Mail.
You can stop by any ICC library location with a photo ID (such as a driver’s license or state ID) and login as a guest. Depending on the number of users in the library, a time limit may be enforced.
You can make an appointment to use the HR applicant station by calling (309) 694-5720 and asking to speak to an HR Coordinator.
Human Resources is committed to ensuring that this process is easy and user-friendly. To help applicants, an Online Employment Application Guide is available.
For additional assistance, contact the NEOGOV Customer Support Office at (310) 469-0515 or (877) 204-4442.
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You can check the status of your application by following these steps:
The ‘Application Status’ section will not indicate when a position is filled. You will be notified by email when a position is filled, reposted or closed.
After an application is received, it is reviewed by Human Resources who screens for minimum qualifications and all other required documentation.
Applicants who meet the minimum requirements for a position and have submitted all the required materials are then electronically forwarded to a screening committee.
For the purpose of providing equal employment opportunities for everyone, Illinois Central College utilizes a screening committee approach to fill positions. Screening committees typically consist of a minimum of 3 College employees who reflect diversity in terms of gender, ethnicity and age. Screening committee members are required to complete a Diverse Hiring Educational Session before they may participate in the interviewing of candidates.
Each of the screening committee members rate the applications and apply a numerical score to each candidate. The scores are then combined and applicants are ranked from high (most qualified) to low (least qualified).
The top candidates are then contacted and scheduled for an interview. (Depending on the competencies of the position, top candidates may be required to successfully complete skills testing, such as typing, data entry and/or Microsoft Office tests, before they may advance to the Interview step).
For full-time openings, the successful candidate is contacted by Human Resources. For part-time openings, successful candidates are contacted by the department. All final candidates must successfully complete a background check, drug screen and a physical.
For specialized positions, such as the Campus Police Recruit, a polygraph examination and psychological examination is required, in addition to a written and physical agility exam.
Applicants who are not selected to fill a position will be notified by email when a position is filled.
Individuals wishing to apply for an adjunct faculty position may access the Adjunct Faculty Application Database online. Applicants are required to attach a cover letter, current resume, college transcripts (both undergraduate and graduate) and any other professional certifications to their electronic application in order to be considered.
The completed adjunct applications are placed into a “pool,” which means that until an actual opening exists, no employment process will take place. The application pool is directly accessible by the applicable Deans who select, interview, and hire part-time faculty on an as-needed basis.
If you do not see your area of interest listed on the Adjunct Faculty Opportunities webpage, this means that there are no part-time faculty needs for that subject. You may check the webpage periodically to see if new part-time teaching opportunities become available.
Complete a Job Interest Card. Select as many job categories as you’d like, fill in your contact information and you will receive an email as positions in those categories become available.
Browse our Job Descriptions. Click on the title of the position, then click “Email me when more jobs like this are available.”
Yes! A single application can be applied toward as many job openings as an applicant chooses. Just be sure to update your attachments (cover letter, resume, etc.) as each position has different requirements.
With the exception of applicant contact info (name, address, phone number and email address), submitted applications cannot be updated.
In order for the applicant to provide updated information after an application has already been submitted, they must submit a new, separate application to the particular open posting/recruitment.
This means that there is no application deadline for the position. It is likely that the position will remain open until filled.
You will be notified by email when a position is filled, reposted or closed.
No, your application becomes part of the records for the hiring process in which you have applied.
ICC’s online application system allows applicants to complete an application prior to selecting a desired position.
In order to apply for a specific position after completing an application, first make sure that you are logged into the system.
Next, click the “Job Opportunities” link at icc.edu/jobs to review the list of open positions. Select the position that you are interested in, then click the apply link. The system will then forward you to the Agency Wide Questions webpage, and you may be required to answer Supplemental Questions as well. Continue to follow the steps until you reach the Confirmation page.
You may either attach or cut and paste a resume into your application. Please note that submitting a resume does not substitute for completing the application form.
Once you have established your account, you may access your account at the Applicant Login Webpage.
You may also check the status of your application(s), update your personal information, create a new application, and view all the jobs that you have applied for.
Yes, this is possible.
From the Applicant Login Webpage, click the ‘I forgot my username and/or password’ link. If you know your username, input that information, then simply answer three previously answered security questions and instantly reset your password, or,
From the Applicant Login Webpage, click the ‘I forgot my username and/or password’ link, input your email address and an email containing the requested information will be sent to the email address associated with the account. Please be sure to check your spam/junk mail folders and also add [email protected] and [email protected] to your ‘safe sender’ list. If you still do not receive the email notice, then contact NEOGOV Customer Support at (310) 469-0515 (or toll free at (877)-204-4442 and follow the prompts for ‘applicant’ assistance.
Yes, this is possible. When completing the application profile that contains the ‘contact information’ for the State, scroll down the list to the word ‘International’ from among the states in the list.
Select the item.
For the zip code, please enter any 5 digits, however, the field currently does not accept numeric and alphabetic characters.
Documents should be attached in the “Attachments” section of the online application. This is located beneath the “Resume” section.
Select the “Add Attachments” link, then select “Browse” to locate the materials you wish to include with your application.
Examples of appropriate attachments could be: cover letter or curriculum vitae, resume, educational transcripts and certifications, teaching philosophy statements, etc.