Tips on How to Apply
Individuals applying for a position with Asset Acceptance are required to complete and submit an online application. You must apply for a specific position in order to be considered, general applications are not accepted. An e-mail address is required to complete the online application. If you do not have an e-mail address there are a number of free resources available. Check your local library for more information. To ensure you receive our e-mails, please modify your e-mail account to accept messages from assetacceptance.com. Should you need assistance or an accommodation to complete the online application process, please contact Human Resources at 586-939-9600.
To submit an online application you will be required to create an account and applicant profile. The following information is necessary to successfully complete this process:
- Work history (the last seven years or last four employers) including supervisor name, company address, telephone number and salary information.
- Education information including the name and address of the schools you have attended.
Once you have created your applicant profile online you may begin searching for available positions. You may search for new available positions regularly and update your profile at any time.
Asset Acceptance recruiters review each candidate’s application against the requirements of the position to identify the ‘best fit’ applicants. Potential candidates with matching requirements will be contacted by phone for an interview. Therefore, please ensure your contact information is accurate. In the event you are not selected for an interview, you will receive an e-mail updating you on the status of your application for each specific position applied for.
- Do your research. Know your stuff about the Company and the business function you are interviewing for.
- Be prepared. Write down a few key questions that you would like to ask during your interview.
- Dress the part. Present yourself professionally.
- Practice. Provide thorough yet concise answers. Remember, an interview is often time-sensitive.
- Chronologically highlight your most recent positions.
- Detail and quantify all your important accomplishments.
- Use action words to illustrate your job responsibilities and accomplishments.
- Keep in mind online submission standards. Avoid too much formatting, bolding and bullets for better readability.
- Always preview and spell check what you've uploaded.
- Do not attach or embed a photograph to your resume.