Recruitment Co-ordinator (USSS & YLP)

Line Manager:             

US Young Learner Operations Manager

Hours of Work/Employment Agreement Type:

Your normal hours of work are 40 per week over a five day week. You may be required to work additional hours when requested to meet the needs of the school.

Responsibilities & Tasks

    • Assist the US Young Learner Operations Manager in all aspects of preparing & organising the summer school and young learner programs.
    • Co-ordinate administration and communication regarding the recruitment, assessment and selection of all staff (Academic, Leisure, Welfare and Senior) for all Summer School and young learner programs.
    • To be fully conversant with relevant HR procedures for staff recruitment, including staff assessment and selection.
    • To conduct formal face-to-face or telephone interviews using a scoring matrix to assess suitability of candidates for all positions within the summer school and young learner programs.
    • To maintain accurate records connected to the recruitment of staff including the drawing up of employment agreements and ensuring these agreements are signed prior to commencement of candidates’ employment.
    • To ensure staff have all qualifications necessary for employment, including formal academic/leisure/welfare qualifications, identity documents and visa/right to work documents.
    • To ensure all communication between LAL and confirmed/prospective employees is dealt with in an efficient, professional and effective manner.
    • To request references for all new employees before they commence employment with LAL and the subsequent management and retention of references.
    • Providing written and/or verbal references for current and past employees of LAL Summer Schools and Young Learner Programs as requested.
    • Proof-reading & editing of any summer school and young learner program materials deemed necessary.
    • To be vigilant in providing and creating improvements to all aspects of the Summer School and Young Learner Program remit.
    • To liaise with the US Young Learner Operations Manager on a daily basis and act as a hub for all communication, ensuring all messaging flows promptly.
    • To act in a seemly and professional manner with all of LAL’s agents, clients and staff and not to engage in any activity which may bring LAL or the designated Summer School or Young Learner Program into disrepute.
    • To dress in a manner commensurate with the roles demanded of the position; in keeping with LAL dress code.
    • To carry out any other duties that may be reasonably assigned by the US Young Learner Programs Operations Manager.

Person Specification:

The letters in brackets denote how LAL will establish if you meet our criteria and how that will be determined. The letters have the following meaning: (A) = Application Form, (I) = Interview, (R) = Reference and (T) = Test.

E.g. experience of working with young people will be determined by the information provided by the candidate on the application form (A) and through questions at Interview (I)

Essential

Education, Training and Knowledge

  • a) College Degree (A)
  • b) Strong command of the English Language (A/I)
  • c) Good knowledge of the summer school industry (A/I/T)
  • d Computer literate, with a specific focus on Microsoft excel (A)

Relevant Work Experience

  • a) At least 3 years’ experience of working in a summer school setting (A/I/R)

Skills and Abilities

  • a) Must work well as part of a team (A/I)
  • c) Ability to work under pressure (A/I)
  • d) Dynamic ‘can do’ approach to work (A/I)
  • e) Endless energy and enthusiasm (A/I)

Other Attributes

  • a) Excellent communication skills (A/I)
  • b) Some knowledge of foreign cultures (A/I)
  • d) Satisfactory criminal background check or equivalent (A/R)

Desirable

Education, Training and Knowledge

  • a) Driving license (A)
  • b) Office administration experience
  • c) Knowledge of employment law in Florida, New York and Massachusetts.

Other Attributes

  • a) Willing to travel

In the event of a successful interview, the applicant will be offered the position and a reply in the first instance either by email or in writing will be required.

A formal offer, confirming location, hours, dates and remuneration will be sent upon receipt of your email acceptance of the position. This will need to be signed and posted and/or scanned and emailed by return.

Any offer of work is subject to a face-to-face interview on arrival, a satisfactory background check or equivalent and favourable references (all references will ask specifically whether there is any reason why you should not be employed in situations where you will have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18).

An electronic version of the employee handbook, containing the general terms and conditions of employment, will be made available in advance, with acceptance of these terms to be signed at induction on your first day.

Employment Agreement is considered fulfilled upon completion of an appraisal and all requisite feedback forms.

 

Welfare Manager

Line Manager:                      

Deputy Center Manager / Center Manager

Hours of Work/Employment Agreement Type:

Your normal hours of work are 48 per week over a five and a half day week. You may be required to work additional hours when requested to meet the needs of the school. This position involves working weekends and other unsocial hours.

Responsibilities & Tasks

    • To attend an expenses-paid induction period prior to the beginning of the employment agreement (date and location dependent on Summer School) and to have read and be fully conversant with the employee handbook, relevant Child Protection issues and all pertinent CEA requirements prior to the start of the period of employment (documents supplied prior to start of employment).
    • To live on-site, board and lodging provided as part of the salary package, from six days prior to the start of the course until the last contracted day (which will include the day after students have left).
    • To participate fully in all aspects of the induction period prior to the start of the course. This may include the unpacking, inventorying and setting up of all summer school offices.
    • To participate fully in the closing down of the summer school the day after all students have left.

Welfare Manager

    • To deal with and be responsible for the individual welfare needs of every student in the summer school.
    • To brief House Parents of their responsibilities and then both lead and support them throughout the course.
    • To be responsible for collecting and organizing all student Welfare Forms (all students should have a Welfare Form).
    • To be responsible for distributing insurance cards to all students and communicating effectively with the insurance company.
    • To advise students on coping and dealing with unfamiliar situations.
    • To be on call for any welfare problems.
    • To ensure proper discipline is maintained throughout the duration of the course.
    • To communicate any welfare problems to the Center Manager.
    • To liaise with House Parents to find appropriate solutions to students’ problems.
    • To liaise with International Group Leaders with regard to the welfare of students in their care.
    • To be responsible for allocating students to accommodation houses and rooms, and arranging any student moves, after consultation with Center Manager.
    • To actively ensure that damage is kept to a minimum and all damages are investigated and followed up.
    • To maintain the Accident/Incident Logs regarding any problems or illnesses to students or staff.
    • To check or arrange for classrooms to be checked every morning there are lessons, for student absenteeism.
    • To arrange doctor/dentist/hospital appointments as required and accompanying students accordingly or arranging the same.

General

    • To actively promote the welfare of LAL Summer Schools’ clients, including agents, students, International Group Leaders at all times.
    • To assist all International Group Leaders and LAL agents with regard to their students’ welfare.
    • To actively discourage students from engaging in improper behaviour, including sexual liaisons, bullying, rowdiness or any other activity which could be of harm to other students or bring LAL or the host school into disrepute.
    • To assist House Parents, where necessary, in ensuring students are in their accommodation in time for bed.
    • To act in a seemly and professional manner with all of the school’s agents, clients and staff and not to engage in any activity which may bring LAL or the host school into disrepute.
    • To dress in a manner commensurate with the roles demanded of the position; smart casual for the office, LAL uniform for activities/sports and excursions. Any uniform supplied by LAL is to be returned at the end of the course.
    • To carry out any other duties as may be reasonably assigned by the Center Manager.
    • To deal with all student, IGL and University representatives’ issues, complaints and suggestions in a positive and effective manner and in adherence with the relevant LAL policies and procedures.

Person Specification:

The letters in brackets denote how LAL will establish if you meet our criteria and how that will be determined. The letters have the following meaning: (A) = Application Form, (I) = Interview, (R) = Reference and (T) = Test.

E.g. previous Summer School experience will be determined by the information provided by the candidate on the application form (A) and through questions at Interview (I)

Essential

Education, Training and Knowledge

  • a) High School Diploma, GED or equivalent (A)

Relevant Work Experience

  • a) Previous Summer School experience (A/I/R)
  • b) Experience of working with young people (A/I/R)
  • c) Computer literate with emphasis on Microsoft Word, Outlook & Excel (A/I/T)

Skills and Abilities

  • a) Dynamic ‘can do’ approach to work (A/I)
  • b) Excellent communication skills (A/I)
  • c) Ability to both lead and support a team (A/I)
  • d) A good understanding of children’s welfare (A/I)
  • e) Responsible approach to working with juniors (A/I)
  • f) Ability to work under pressure and be adaptable (A/I)

Other Attributes

  • a) Satisfactory criminal background check or equivalent (A) (A)
  • b) Some knowledge of foreign cultures (A/I)

Desirable

Education, Training and Knowledge

  • a) First Aid certificate (A)

Relevant Work Experience

  • a) Previous summer school experience in a similar role (A/I)
  • b) Experience working in a similar position. (A/I)

Skills and abilities

  • a) Good working knowledge of at least one foreign language (A/I)
  • b) Driving licence

In the event of a successful interview, the applicant will be offered the position and a reply in the first instance either by email or in writing will be required.

A formal offer, confirming location, hours, dates and remuneration will be sent upon receipt of your email acceptance of the position. This will need to be signed and posted and/or scanned and emailed by return.

Any offer of work is subject to a face-to-face interview on arrival, a satisfactory background check or equivalent and favourable references (all references will ask specifically whether there is any reason why you should not be employed in situations where you will have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18).

An electronic version of the employee handbook, containing the general terms and conditions of employment, will be made available in advance, with acceptance of these terms to be signed at induction on your first day.

Employment Agreement is considered fulfilled upon completion of an appraisal and all requisite feedback forms.

Leisure Manager

Line Manager:                      

Deputy Center Manager / Center Manager

Hours of Work/Employment Agreement Type:

Your normal hours of work are 48 per week over a five and a half day week. You may be required to work additional hours when requested to meet the needs of the school. This position involves working weekends and other unsocial hours.

Responsibilities & Tasks

    • To attend an expenses-paid induction period prior to the beginning of the employment agreement (date and location dependent on Summer School) and to have read and be fully conversant with the employee handbook prior to the start of the period of employment (documents supplied prior to start of employment)*.
    • To live on-site, board and lodging provided as part of the salary package, from six days prior to the start of the course until the last contracted day (which will include the night after students have left).
    • To participate fully in all aspects of the induction period prior to the start of the course. This may include the unpacking, inventorying and setting up of all summer school offices.
    • To participate fully in the closing down of the summer school the day after all students have left.

Leisure Manager

    • To be apprised of all planned activity, excursion and transport information from within LAL, the host school and outside agencies to guarantee a smooth operation.
    • To liaise with the Activity Coordinator and Excursion Coordinator in order to ensure the delivery of a well-organised leisure program.
    • To brief Activity Staff on all aspects of their responsibilities, including detailed briefings to all contracted staff in advance of their activities, excursions and/or transfers.
    • To liaise with transport and leisure venue providers, catering, maintenance and administrative staff in advance and during the term of hire to guarantee the smooth and safe operation of all activities.
    • To work with the Transfer Manager to ensure the safe arrival and transfer of students to the summer school and the safe delivery of the same students through immigration controls upon departure.
    • To oversee all arrangements concerning sporting and non-sporting activities, ensuring all students are able to enjoy a varied and well-balanced activity program and all staff are aware of their duties and obligations before each activity/excursion/transfer commences.
    • To manage the leisure staff as necessary to ensure all policies/procedures and deadlines are adhered to.
    • To manage the allocation of staff to the activity and transport program in liaison with other senior members of summer school staff.
    • To adjust excursion and transport booking numbers up or down in accord with student numbers.
    • To occasionally deputise for the Center Manager in his/her absence.
    • To create a working relationship with the Office Manager, where both managers will be responsible for the completion of the following spreadsheets:
      • Transfers Reconciliation Sheet, Activities and Excursions Reconciliation Sheets and Optional Excursions Register

General

    • To actively promote the welfare of LAL clients, including agents, students and International Group Leaders at all times.
    • To act in a seemly and professional manner with all of LAL’s agents, clients and staff and not to engage in any activity which may bring LAL or the designated host school into disrepute.
    • To dress in a manner commensurate with the roles demanded of the position; smart casual for the office, LAL uniform for activities/sports and excursions. Any uniform supplied by LAL is to be returned at the end of the course.
    • To deal with all student, IGL and University representatives’ issues, complaints and suggestions in a positive and effective manner and in adherence with the relevant LAL policies and procedures.
    • To carry out any other duties as may be reasonably assigned by the Center Manager.

Person Specification:

The letters in brackets denote how LAL will establish if you meet our criteria and how that will be determined. The letters have the following meaning: (A) = Application Form, (I) = Interview, (R) = Reference and (T) = Test.

E.g. experience of working with young people will be determined by the information provided by the candidate on the application form (A) and through questions at Interview (I).

Essential

Education, Training and Knowledge

  • a) High School Diploma, GED or equivalent (A)
  • b) Computer literate with emphasis on Microsoft Word, Outlook & Excel (A/I/T)
  • c) A good understanding of child welfare (A/I)
  • d) Good knowledge of either sports and/or arts & crafts activities (A/I/T)

Relevant Work Experience

  • a) At least 1 year of experience in a summer school environment (A/I/R)
  • b) Experience working with young people (A/I/R)

Skills and Abilities

  • a) Meticulous and thorough approach to work (A/I)
  • b) Effective people management skills (A/I)
  • c) Dynamic ‘can do’ approach to work (A/I)
  • d) Strong time management skills (A/I)
  • e) Excellent communication skills and a team mentality (A/I)
  • (f) Ability to work calmly and effectively under pressure and to tight deadlines (A/I)

Other Attributes

  • a) Willingness to work non-standard hours when necessary (A/I)
  • b) Proactive attitude towards closing sales (A/I)
  • c) Responsible approach to working with juniors (A/I)
  • d) Interest in local and foreign culture (A/I)
  • e) Satisfactory criminal background check or equivalent (A/R)

Desirable

Education, Training and Knowledge

  • a) Understanding of transport logistics (A/I)
  • b) Some knowledge of airports, unaccompanied minor and immigration issues (A/I)
  • c) Good working knowledge of at least one foreign language (A/I)
  • d) Good knowledge of the area surrounding the school (A/I)
  • e) First Aid certificate/Life Guard certificate (A)

Relevant Work Experience

  • a) At least 1 year of experience in a senior role directly concerned with logistics or similar (A/I)
  • b) At least 1 year of experience managing activities (A/I)

Skills and Abilities

  • a) Driving licence (A)

In the event of a successful interview, the applicant will be offered the position and a reply in the first instance either by email or in writing will be required. A formal offer, confirming location, hours, dates and remuneration will be sent upon receipt of your email acceptance of the position. This will need to be signed and posted and/or scanned and emailed by return.

Any offer of work is subject to a face-to-face interview on arrival, a satisfactory background check or equivalent and favourable references (all references will ask specifically whether there is any reason why you should not be employed in situations where you will have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18).

An electronic version of the employee handbook, containing the general terms and conditions of employment, will be made available in advance, with acceptance of these terms to be signed at induction on your first day. Employment Agreement is considered fulfilled upon completion of an appraisal and all requisite feedback forms.

Employment Agreement is considered fulfilled upon completion of an appraisal and all requisite feedback forms.

Academic Manager

Line Manager:                      

Deputy Center Manager / Center Manager

Hours of Work/Employment Agreement Type:

Your normal hours of work are 48 per week over a five and a half day week. You may be required to work additional hours when requested to meet the needs of the school. This position involves working weekends and other unsocial hours.

Responsibilities & Tasks

    • To attend an expenses-paid induction period prior to the beginning of the employment agreement (date and location dependent on Summer School) and to have read and be fully conversant with the employee handbook, relevant Child Protection issues and all pertinent CEA requirements prior to the start of the period of employment (documents supplied prior to start of employment).
    • To live on-site, board and lodging provided as part of the salary package, from six days prior to the start of the course until the last contracted day (which will include the night after students have left). ). It may also be possible for the Academic Manager to live off-site if access to the Summer School is convenient.
    • To participate fully in all aspects of the induction period prior to the start of the course. This may include the unpacking, inventorying and setting up of all summer school offices.
    • To participate fully in the closing down of the summer school the day after all students have left.

Academic Manager

    • To brief teachers on all aspects of their responsibilities.
    • To organise and carry out training sessions for teachers.
    • To observe lessons and give teachers feedback.
    • To manage the academic staff as necessary to ensure all policies/procedures and deadlines are adhered to.
    • To administer the placement testing and class allocation of all students.
    • To maintain accurate class lists for all students and manage changes appropriately and promptly.
    • To maintain accurate and up-to-date records of work, classroom registers, lesson plans and any other administrative records as required by the CEA and ensure that teachers do the same.
    • To administer, explain and follow the prescribed syllabus and develop strategies for successful learning outcomes in accordance with directives from the Center Manager and the OM of Young Learner Programs.
    • To work with the Center Manager in ensuring the teachers rota is adequate for the needs of the academic syllabus.
    • To administer the issuing of individual student reports and attendance certificates to all students.
    • To submit to periodic classroom inspections by line management and the CEA.
    • To issue end-of-course employee feedback forms on the summer school and submit to appraisals by line management.
    • To appraise all members of the teaching staff and submit reports to the Center Manager.
    • To cover for teachers in the event of their sickness and/or absence, i.e. to prepare and teach dynamic and communicative lessons across a range of levels to multinational classes comprising students aged 12 – 18 years.
    • To plan and teach conversation classes for International Group Leaders.

General

    • To protect the property and equipment of the designated host school and LAL, maintaining security and avoiding loss and/or damage in the residences.
    • To act in a seemly and professional manner with all of LAL’s agents, clients and staff and not to engage in any activity which may bring LAL or the designated host school into disrepute.
    • To dress in a manner commensurate with the roles demanded of the position; smart casual for the office and teaching. Any uniform supplied by LAL is to be returned at the end of the course.
    • To ensure that all teachers are actively linking the academic program with the leisure program through meaningful activities in the classroom.
    • To deal with all student, IGL and University representatives’ issues, complaints and suggestions in a positive and effective manner and in adherence with the relevant LAL policies and procedures.

Person Specification:

The letters in brackets denote how LAL will establish if you meet our criteria and how that will be determined. The letters have the following meaning: (A) = Application Form, (I) = Interview, (R) = Reference and (T) = Test.

E.g. previous summer school experience will be determined by the information provided by the candidate on the application form (A) and through questions at Interview (I)

Essential

Education, Training and Knowledge

  •  a) Educated to degree level or equivalent (A)
  •  b) Current teaching qualification, Cambridge CELTA or Trinity TESOL certificate, or equivalent (A)
  • c) Computer literate with emphasis on Microsoft Word & Excel (A/I/T)
  • d) Knowledge of Young Learner’s ELT materials (A/I)

Relevant Work Experience

  • a) Minimum three years’ experience teaching (A/I/R)
  • b) Previous summer school experience (A/I)
  • c) Minimum one year’s experience of teaching juniors (A/I)

Skills and Abilities

  • a) Effective people management skills (A/I)
  • b) Dynamic ‘can do’ approach to work (A/I)
  • c) Excellent communication and proven management skills (A/I)
  • d) Responsible approach to working with juniors (A/I/R)
  • e) Ability to work under pressure (A/I)

Other Attributes

  • a) Willingness to work non-standard hours when necessary (A/I)
  • b) Some knowledge of foreign cultures (A/I)
  • c) Satisfactory background check or equivalent (A)

Desirable

Education, Training and Knowledge

  • a) DELTA or Trinity Diploma or equivalent (A)
  • b) Good working knowledge of at least one foreign language (A/I)

Relevant Work Experience

  • a) Previous experience in academic management at ADOS/Senior Teacher level (A/I/R)
  • b) Proof of materials development (A/I)

Skills and abilities

  • a) Driving licence (A)

In the event of a successful interview, the applicant will be offered the position and a reply in the first instance either by email or in writing will be required. A teaching session is comprised of 2 x 90 minute lessons.

A formal offer, confirming location, hours, dates and remuneration will be sent upon receipt of your email acceptance of the position. This will need to be signed and posted and/or scanned and emailed by return.

Any offer of work is subject to a face-to-face interview on arrival, a satisfactory background check or equivalent and favourable references (all references will ask specifically whether there is any reason why you should not be employed in situations where you will have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18).

An electronic version of the employee handbook, containing the general terms and conditions of employment, will be made available in advance, with acceptance of these terms to be signed at induction on your first day.

Employment Agreement is considered fulfilled upon completion of an appraisal and all requisite feedback forms.

 

Excursion Coordinator

Line Manager:                      

Leisure Manager

Hours of Work/Employment Agreement Type:

Your normal hours of work are 48 per week over a five and a half day week. You may be required to work additional hours when requested to meet the needs of the school. This position involves working weekends and other unsocial hours.

Responsibilities & Tasks

    • To live on-site, board and lodging provided as part of the salary package, from three days prior to the start of the course until the last contracted day (which will include the night after students have left).
    • To participate fully in all aspects of the induction period prior to the start of the course. This may include the unpacking, inventorying and setting up of all summer school offices.
    • To participate fully in the closing down of the summer school the day after all students have left.

Excursion Coordinator

    • To lead a team of Activity Staff on excursions and airport transfers.
    • To lead and assist with arrival and departure airport transfers.
    • To be jointly responsible with the Leisure Manager for the smooth running of the excursion program.
    • To assist the Leisure Manager in coordinating airport transfers to and from the summer school.
    • To assist the Leisure Manager in the allocation of staff to the excursion and transport program.
    • To assist the Leisure Manager in all aspects of planning and delivering the excursion program.
    • To help organise and conduct daily assemblies to ensure students and IGLs gain maximum benefit from the excursion program.
    • To administrate social media pages as directed by Leisure Manager.
    • To accompany and lead students on excursions, ensuring their well-being and safety.
    • To occasionally deputise for the Leisure Manager and be responsible for the leisure program during that time.
    • To actively encourage students to take a full part in the leisure program.
    • To assist in daily administrative and pastoral tasks as requested by line management, including meal monitoring.
    • To assist students in being on time for meals, transport arrangements and all planned activities.
    • Lead a daily briefing scheduled to take place at the end of every working day (approximately 11pm).
    • To assist all students, International Group Leaders and LAL agents to derive the maximum benefit from the course.
    • To organise and supervise weekly IGL excursions.
    • To assist House Parents, where necessary, in ensuring students are in their accommodation on time for bed.

General

    • To act in a seemly and professional manner with all of LAL’s agents, clients and staff and not to engage in any activity which may bring LAL or the designated host school into disrepute.
    • To wear a uniform for activities/sports and excursions. Any uniform supplied by LAL is to be returned at the end of the course.
    • To carry out any other duties as may be reasonably assigned by the Center Manager or Leisure Manager.
    • To deal with all student, IGL and University representatives’ issues, complaints and suggestions in a positive and effective manner and in adherence with the relevant LAL policies and procedures.
    • To read and be fully conversant with the staff handbook, relevant Child Protection issues and all pertinent CEA requirements prior to the start of the period of employment (documents supplied prior to start of employment).

Person Specification:

The letters in brackets denote how LAL will establish if you meet our criteria and how that will be determined. The letters have the following meaning: (A) = Application Form, (I) = Interview, (R) = Reference and (T) = Test.

E.g. experience of working with young people will be determined by the information provided by the candidate on the application form (A) and through questions at Interview (I)

Essential

Education, Training and Knowledge

  • a) High School Diploma, GED or equivalent (A)
  • b) Strong command of the English Language (A/I)
  • c) Good knowledge of excursions and airport transfers (A/I/T)

Relevant Work Experience

  • a) Experience of working with young people (A/I/R)

Skills and Abilities

  • a) Ability to both lead and support a team (A/I)
  • b) Responsible approach to working with juniors (I/R)
  • c) Ability to work under pressure and supervise a team (A/I)
  • d) Dynamic ‘can do’ approach to work (A/I)
  • e) Endless energy and enthusiasm (A/I)

Other Attributes

  • a) Excellent communication skills (A/I)
  • b) Some knowledge of foreign cultures (A/I)
  • c) Interest in activities and local culture (A/I)
  • d) Satisfactory criminal background check or equivalent (A/R)

Desirable

Education, Training and Knowledge

  • a) First Aid Certificate/Life Guard Certificate (A)
  • b) Good knowledge of the local area (A/I)
  • c) Computer literate (A)
  • d) Driving licence (A)

Relevant Work Experience

  • a) Previous Summer School experience (A/I)
  • b) At least 1 year’s work experience in a similar role (A/I)

Skills and abilities

  • a) Good working knowledge of at least one foreign language (A)

In the event of a successful interview, the applicant will be offered the position and a reply in the first instance either by email or in writing will be required.

Activity Leaders at LAL Boca Raton are required to attend a life guard course prior to the start of their employment (paid for by LAL) if not already lifeguard certified.

A formal offer, confirming location, hours, dates and remuneration will be sent upon receipt of your email acceptance of the position. This will need to be signed and posted and/or scanned and emailed by return.

Any offer of work is subject to a face-to-face interview on arrival, a satisfactory background check or equivalent and favourable references (all references will ask specifically whether there is any reason why you should not be employed in situations where you will have responsibility for, or substantial access to, persons under 18).

An electronic version of the employee handbook, containing the general terms and conditions of employment, will be made available in advance, with acceptance of these terms to be signed at induction on your first day.

Employment Agreement is considered fulfilled upon completion of an appraisal and all requisite feedback forms.