Do I Need to Register/Create a Profile?
Yes. To apply for a Cooper University Health Care position, you will need to create an online profile and complete an electronic employment application.
What if I Don't Have an Email Address?
Cooper University Health Care uses email as a major form of communication because it often ensures the timeliest communication between recruiter and candidate. For example, when a candidate is no longer being considered and when there are known delays in the selection process. A current email address is essential to receiving timely communication on job submissions. There are many no-cost email options, and it is not necessary to own a computer to have an email address.
Do You Accept Paper Resumes?
Cooper University Health Care’s application process is entirely on-line. That being said, within your profile you may attach your resume and cover letter. This will directly link to all of your application submissions.
Note: your completed application is the primary source used to determine your qualifications, so make sure all information is included, such as personal information, work experience and education. Resumes are viewed for additional detail or clarification later in the review process.
I’m Having Trouble Getting Through the Application Process.
If you are having difficulty applying, verify you are using a recent version of your preferred internet browser. Consider updating your browser version or use a different browser if needed.
If this does not work, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This is the technical support for our Talent Acquisition Platform.
How do I Know You Have Received my Application?
Job submissions for Cooper University Health Care positions are real-time, meaning that the moment you apply on-line, your job submission has been received and the Recruiter has access to that application. You’ve completed the application and can be confident that your application has been received. In addition, an email confirmation is sent to the email address provided on your application.
What Happens to my Application After I Apply?
Applications are reviewed for work experience, education, skills, and responses to job application questions. If you are not a top candidate, you will receive an email notification as soon as is practically possible following screening.
Applications forwarded to the hiring manager are again reviewed and generally only the top few candidates are selected for interviews. In some cases, notification may be at the completion of the selection process.
This process can take anywhere from 4-6 weeks, or longer in some circumstances, but we work to ensure that all applicants are contacted through the process.
How can I Ensure my Application is Given the Greatest Consideration?
Provide complete information on your application, and clear, detailed timelines and positions on your resume. This includes all work experience, education history and question responses. Missing information may result in our inability to determine your qualifications for a position.
Can I Submit A Draft Submission?
You will not be considered for positions where you have an incomplete application. Only once you have completed the application process can your information be reviewed by the Talent Acquisition Team.
I’m not Receiving Email Communication from Cooper University Health Care. What can I do?
Verify your email address is correctly reflected in your contact information. Incorrect email addresses result in undeliverable emails. Check your e-mail settings to verify emails from CUHC will not be blocked.
Note: Some email service providers filter out email containing specific characters or words as SPAM. If you do not know how to change these settings, please check with your email service provider.
Why can't I find A Job Posting That I've Heard About?
There are several reasons you may not be able to find a position:
- Once a position is no longer accepting applications, it cannot be viewed on our Careers Page.
- Third party sites may list closed or filled positions. The Cooper University Health Care Careers pages located at jobs.cooperhealth.org is always up to-date and will always display the most current list of active postings.
- In some cases, the criteria selected in your search may eliminate positions. Try broadening a search by simply selecting a job category. Use keyword instead of job title searches.
Can I Withdraw A Job Submission After I’ve APpplied?
From within your profile, you may withdraw your applications at any time. When this is completed, you will no longer be considered for the position and you will be removed for the job opening in the Talent Acquisition Platform
Will you Notify me of Positions for Which I Qualify?
In some cases, yes. When very few qualified applications are received, Recruiters may search the pool of candidates that meet the position criteria. They may then contact the qualified candidate to determine interest in the position and invite the candidate to apply. In most cases, however, many qualified candidates apply and only those current applications are considered.
What If I Forget my Password?
You are able to reset the password for your profile by clicking the “Forgot your Login Name or Password? Reset Password” link.
This will trigger a pop-up that will allow you to enter the email address that you used to apply. Click “OK” and this will send you an email with instructions for resetting your password.