You’ve submitted your résumé. You’re probably wondering where your Aon job search goes from here. Here’s what will happen next.
We Review Each and Every Résumé, Including Yours
If your skills, experience, and qualifications match with an open position, you’ll receive an invitation to participate in an online screening process or a discussion with an Aon recruiter. After the online screening or discussion, the recruiter will share the next steps with you.
If your experience and qualifications don’t align with an open position, we’ll send you an email to let you know that your résumé has been added to our internal database. Our relationship doesn’t stop there in fact, it’s just beginning. Aon’s Talent Communities offer an opportunity for us to continue to get to know one another. Join today.
Getting Ready for an Interview
The interview process gives both you and Aon the opportunity to decide if there’s a mutual interest to move forward. We’ll ask questions about your background and professional interests, and you’ll have the chance to ask questions about working at Aon.
Before meeting with a hiring manager, an Aon recruiter will provide some tips for how you can prepare. Be ready to:
- Answer situational questions about your education and experience using examples
- Share your professional goals
- Ask specific questions about Aon
All formal offers are contingent upon passing a background check, which may include a drug test and/or credit check. Learn more about Aon’s background checking policy.