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IKO Hiring Process

While most companies take weeks or even months to complete the application process, IKO is known for getting straight to the point. In most cases, the pre-employed candidates are informed of their hiring status in mere days. However, with the multiple testings a candidate undergoes, many previous applicants report that the process is on the difficult side. Below is a comprehensive breakdown of IKO’s hiring process:

  • Online Resume Submission: Most past applicants apply IKO's main website or through an agency referral.
  • Pre-Employment Telephone Screening: Various past candidates have reported that they received a brief phone interview with HR. During this conversation, you will likely be asked about your education background, employment history, and projects you’ve participated in.
  • In-person Interview: If IKO is happy with your resume, you will be invited to the facility for a short meeting with HR. After your success, you will have an additional interview with a manager followed by a simplistic entrance exam. The test will circulate around common sense questions and will likely test your math skills. If the company is satisfied with your answers, you will then be asked to take additional online tests from home.

IKO Testing

As discussed above, IKO is blatant for their testing. Their concept is to weed-out underqualified candidates. Testing can include cognitive skills and aptitude, mathematical graphs and charts, and verbal reasoning. The personality aspect of the exam will assess your behavior. The Situational Judgement Test or SJT creates circumstances and conflicts that may transpire in the workplace. Through these questions, IKO will convey a reasonable conclusion by your positive or negative responses. While most of these exams are taken in the facility or at home via the computer, it is possible that you may also be asked to do a hand-written exam on your interview date.

IKO Positions

Depending on the time of year, IKO has an influx of jobs that may suit your needs. Below are a few positions that may interest you. For further information, you can find current job listings on IKO’s main website:

Journeyman Millwright: In this career choice you are expected to install and repair mechanical equipment. The ultimate goal is to be able to detect malfunctions before they happen by walking around the building and listening to the company’s machines. Furthermore, you may be asked to help lift heavy equipment.

Code and Compliance Engineer: Here you will ensure that IKO products and systems are compliant with current codes and requirements for the North American market. Additionally, you will work alongside other departments to help smooth the testing process, fact-check the technical aspect of the company’s brochures, and more.

Intern: Not yet a professional? Through various branches of IKO, you have the chance to hone your skills and work under an established member of the company. One particular type of intern IKO occasionally seeks are engineers. In this position, you will likely assist your mentor with development on various projects, optimize support, and work side-by-side with the Millwrights to determine better practices of transferring vital information to the PM template.

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