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Areas of Expertise:


  • Manufacturing


  • Assembly


  • Warehousing


  • Skilled Trades


  • Administrative


  • Managerial


  • Medical Clerical


  • Hospitality


  • Customer Service/Retail
Interview Information
Great! You're ready to set up an interview! Now what? We created this page to help you remember everything you'll need for a successful interview with one of our recruiters.
What To Bring


2 forms of ID:

ONE from the following list; Driver's License, ID card issued by federal, state or local government agencies, School ID card with picture, Voter's registration card, U.S. Military card. If you do not have one of these call APS BEFORE your appointment. 


ONE from the following list; Social Security Card, Birth Certificate, Native American Tribal Document, U.S. Citizen ID card, Resident card, employment authorization document.




1 form of ID from this list;


U.S. Passport, Permanent Resident Card, Foreign passport. Call APS with any questions.




Your resume (if you have one)

Interview Tips


1. Dress the part. Even if the job you're applying for involves wearing a uniform or working behind the scenes, the way you dress for an interview tells your potential employer that you take the job seriously.

2. Appear confident. Look your potential employer in the eye, shake his or her hand, and remember your good manners!

3. Be prepared. Find out what you can about the position or company in advance and show your knowledge during the interview. Researching the company shows the interviewer that you're smart and eager to learn.

4. Answer (and ask!) questions. You'll no doubt be asked typical interview questions, such as why you're interested in the position, what types of skills you offer, and the hours you're available to work. Ask more questions about the job responsibilities and about the company to help you get a better understanding!

5. Be on time. Most likely your recruiter has around 100 other things to do today, be polite and show up 10 minutes early.