Frequently asked questions regarding applying online for jobs.

Q: What happens after I submit my online application and resume?
A: You will be contacted directly if we require more information or wish to schedule an interview. If you do not hear from us in 30 days you can assume there were other candidates whose skills and backgrounds more closely matched the requirements of this position. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond individually to each candidate. We thank you for your interest in CRB and encourage you to apply to future posted openings that match your skills and experience.

Q: How will I know if my resume is received?
A: If your resume has been received, an immediate "thank you" will appear on screen indicating your submission is complete.

Q: How do I submit an electronic resume on the Apply Online Form?
A: You may upload your resume as an attachment when you fill out the online application. At the Attach Your Resume field, click Browse to locate your saved document. Select the file and click Open. We accept either a PDF file or a Microsoft Word document. If you have a cover letter, we ask that you combine the cover letter and the resume into one document.

Q: How long will you keep my resume?
A: Your resume will be kept for a minimum of two years or as required by state and/or federal law.

Q: How will I know if the position is still open? I was on your website earlier and saw a posting but now it is gone. What does that mean?
A: Requisitions remain on the New Opportunities page while we are accepting applications. Generally, requisitions are removed from the website when there are strong applicants in the final interview stage, when the requisition has been placed on hold, or has been cancelled.

Q: What are the closing dates on postings?
A: CRB does not automatically close postings after a certain time period. Open positions at www.crbusa.com are posted until an offer is accepted or until there are strong candidates in the final interview stages.