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Frequently Asked Questions

Hiring practices

Q: What is the best way to apply for a position at SFM?
A: You may apply for a job online by uploading your resume. SFM accepts documents formatted in Microsoft Word, HTML or PDF.
   
Q: I applied for a position with SFM several months ago and did not receive a job offer. I'd like to apply for a new position that just became available. Do I need to submit a new resume if there have been no changes?
A: Yes. A resume and cover letter referencing the position for which you are applying must be submitted for consideration.
   
Q: I have submitted my application for a position with SFM, but have not been called for an interview. What is my next step?
A: SFM reviews every resume and cover letter received and select individuals whose work experience and qualifications match the requirements for the position. Candidates not contacted within two weeks should not expect an interview.
   
Q: I just learned that I did not receive a job offer for the position in which I applied. Can you tell me what I should do to be more successful next time?
A: Unfortunately, we do not have the resources to provide this kind of coaching.

Training

Q: If your company employed me, what kind of training could I expect?
A: Initial training may be one-on-one or in a classroom setting. A comprehensive training program is provided to employees new to claims management and underwriting.

Internships

Q: Does SFM offer internships?
A: Not at this time.

International students

Q: Does SFM sponsor international students?
A: Not at this time. One of our requirements for employment is "permanent authorization" to work in the United States.

 

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