Q. How do I register with Triple Starr Staffing?
A. The first step in registration is forwarding your resume to us! To do so, you have three options: you can submit it online by using the Online Resume Submission (link) option, you can e-mail your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can fax to us at (905) 671 8151.
Please Note: All applicants must come into our office and complete the registration process in order to be registered into Triple Starr Staffing’s database. Telephone interviews and/or online resume submissions do not constitute registration with Triple Starr Staffing.
Q. What should I bring with me upon registration?
A. Please bring a least 1 piece of government issued identification (i.e. drivers licence, passport), your updated resume, and any licensing and/or certifications related to the position you are applying for.
Q. How long does the application process usually take?
A. It takes approximately 30 minutes to one hour to complete the entire application.
Please note: All applications must be filled out in the office during the registration process. Under no circumstances are applications allowed to leave Triple Starr Staffing.
Q. What types of positions are available for me?
A. Triple Starr Staffing offers permanent, temporary, contingency help, direct hire, and temp-to-hire employment opportunities for a wide range of skill sets, levels of education and industries. To search current employment opportunities, go to current employment opportunities – please create hyperlink to ‘current employment opportunities’.
Q. How long will it take to find me a placement?
A. There are many variables that affect how long it takes to place a candidate. The type of work you are looking for, your shift availability, the location, accessibility to transportation, and wage requirements are all factors that affect placement for each individual.
Please note: More job-specific information will be available to you throughout the application process.
Q. How much will I be paid?
A. All Triple Starr Staffing positions are priced competitively and vary based on the type of assignment you have been placed on.