JAMS is an alternative dispute resolution provider, specializing in mediating and arbitrating complex, multi-party, business and commercial cases.
The different steps in the JAMS hiring process are:
Application: Update your resume, and send it to the relevant position.
Pre-interview: To prepare for the next steps, do a thorough research on the company, and make a list of possible Q & A.
Phone Interview: You will get a phone call from the JAMS recruiter. The interviewer might provide information about the position and its duties. Note that this could be a long conversation.
Predictive Index (PI) Behavioral Assessment: A behavioral evaluation. For more information about this test, click PI.
In-person Interview: You would be interviewed by the direct manager.
You might be asked to perform more exams after the face-to-face interview.
JAMS Assessment Tests
JAMS asks their candidates to perform a Predictive Index (PI) Behavioral Assessment in order to evaluate if you, as a potential employee, is suitable for the company. The test measures mainly the following characteristics: Dominance, Extroversion, Patience and Formality. JobTestPrep's personality test PrepPacks™ offer various study guides and practice tests.
PI: After practicing with JobTestPrep's personality test PrepPack™ you will be more familiar with JAMS' real exam. Therefore, the hiring process will be easier for you.
Also, you may have to perform the following tests:
Mathematical Reasoning: Examines how quickly and accurately you solve Math problems.
Verbal Reasoning: Measures your verbal skills and verbal understanding.
Abstract Reasoning: Assesses your general intellectual potential and ability to work out new concepts and ideas.
SJT: Situational judgement test. Its goal is to illustrate your work etiquette, problem solving skills, and managerial abilities.
Excel: Evaluates your excel knowledge and level, in accordance to what is relevant to this position.