After I submit my profile and/or application, will I receive a response?
Yes. You will receive a message confirming that your profile and/or application has been received.
Can I submit my resume locally?
No. Resumes are accepted online only.
Can I submit my information without applying for a position?
You are not required to apply for a specific position. If you don't find an opportunity in which you are interested, you can submit your profile only by creating a job agent. If you choose to apply later, your profile information will be saved.
How do I search for positions?
To search for available positions at Health Plan of San Joaquin please go to the top careers menu and select Available Positions (Careers/Available Positions). Enter the search terms for your job search in the designated fields. You can search by Filtered categories, locations, etc. Once you have made your selection click on the “Perform Search” button. You can also click on the Search Openings menu options on the right.
Does Health Plan of San Joaquin have a policy on hiring relatives of current employees?
Yes, we do have a policy concerning hiring family members, relatives or close friends of current employees.
How do I apply for a position?
Please scroll to the bottom of the available position you have selected, find the “Apply” section and click on the “New Resume/CV” or the “Existing Resume/CV” buttons.
Will I hear back from a recruiter?
If you meet all qualifications for the role and are considered to be one of the strongest candidates, somebody from our hiring department will contact you to coordinate the next steps in the selection process.
What type of benefits do you offer?
At Health Plan of San Joaquin, we strive to offer a compensation and benefits package that is competitive and provides value to our employees. Click here for more information
What happens to my resume after it has been submitted?
Once submitted, your resume enters our candidate tracking system. This tool provides us with a centralized talent pool and serves as the first stop for our recruiting team, who are trying to identify candidates for specific job openings.
How long should my resume be?
The purpose of the resume is to get you invited in for an interview, period. It is your advertisement to the hiring team that you have what we need. If you write your resume specifically to our job requirement with supporting work history, the length does not matter. If you can get all the requisite employment history on one page, then one page is perfect. However, the concept of a "one-page" resume is gone with snail mail and faxed resumes.
How do I know my personal information is secure?
Health Plan of San Joaquin takes your privacy seriously. When you browse and/or apply for jobs on the Careers portion of our Web site, your application and any additional information you provide may be used to assess your skills and interests against career opportunities at Health Plan of San Joaquin and for reporting purposes as may be required by U.S. law.
What are the general requirements for becoming an employee of HPSJ?
Review and acknowledge Health Plan of San Joaquin & Conditions of Employment.
- Participate in competency based job interview(s). The number of interview(s) may vary by role and line of business.
- Successfully complete background check screening, subject to applicable laws and regulations. As part of the background check process, you may be required to provide certain information such as employment references, criminal history information, etc.
- Submit documentation as proof of work authorization for employment in the applicable country.Provide other information and/or documentation necessary to enable Health Plan of San Joaquin compliance with applicable laws and regulations and company policy.
How can I get an update on the status of my application?
If you meet all qualifications for the role and are considered to be one of the strongest candidates, a recruiter will contact you to coordinate the next steps in the selection process. Due to the volume of resumes received, our recruiters are not able to respond to all who apply.