IBCnet - Our Team

IBCnet employs a team of self-motivated professionals who are experts in their respective fields and can collaborate in a group environment effectively to achieve clients goals. Our environment nourishes on innovation and ingenuity. Our friendly work place focuses on operative teamwork while letting individuals creative side flourish. If you feel you you can participate and contribute to our team, we are happy to have you join us! IBCnet is an equal opportunity employment rights promoter.

Hiring Process:

If you are considering applying for a job with us, the following will answer many of your questions regarding the process.

Our Application:

Applying specifically for one or more positions will ensure prompt review and consideration. Your resume will be sent within a few hours to the recruiter responsible for that position. We will provide an email receipt to ensure that we have received your completed application. Your profile and resume will remain active in our system—which is regularly searched by IBCnet’s recruiters — so you may be considered for future openings that match your qualifications. However, if you desire, we will honor your request for removal from further consideration.


From the application to hiring decisions, our employment process can take anywhere from three weeks to three months. Because the timing can be unpredictable, you should let your HR recruiter know about any factors affecting your availability. If you have questions which need to be answered prior to being contacted by HR, you can use the "contact us" link at the bottom of our Web page. Candidates who advance to the interview stage will be notified if the position has already been filled by another applicant.

Preliminary Screening:

A designated recruiter reviews the qualifications of all candidates seeking consideration for a position and forwards the resumes of the most appropriately qualified candidates to the hiring manager. The hiring manager then selects the candidates who will be interviewed.

Phone screening:

To help align your interests with our opportunities, IBCnet’s HR representative may call to ask you for additional information. This could include: depth of technical/professional knowledge, availability for interviews, interest in relocation, and salary expectations.

Scheduling an interview:

When a hiring manager asks to meet you, an HR representative will call to arrange a time for you to visit our offices. If you live far from our facilities, we will make travel arrangements for you. If there is ample time before your visit, we will send you an information packet, which will include detailed directions and an official employment application to complete which you must bring to the interview.


When you arrive for your interview, an HR representative will greet you, discuss your application, explain the schedule for your visit, and address any unanswered questions. Different departments have different practices, but you can expect to have two to three individual meetings with department representatives. You will have the chance to share your detailed qualifications and learn more about IBCnet and our work. In some cases, you may be asked in advance to prepare and deliver a brief presentation. Sometimes we need to ask a candidate back for additional interviews before making a final decision.

Background Checks:

If we're considering you for a job offer, we will conduct a background check which covers your employment history, references, educational qualifications, etc. (When you applied, we asked you to sign a form authorizing this check.) If no adverse information is reported during the check—which typically takes three to five days—we will proceed by making an offer.

Work Offer:

If you're selected for the position and the background check is satisfactory, an HR representative will convey a formal offer. The offer package will include starting salary and a summary of benefits and an estimation of IBCnet’s contributions to your costs. Normally we would expect your decision within a week.

Hire and Orientation:

If you accept the offer, we will discuss and determine your starting date. New employees generally begin on Mondays. We hold orientation sessions every Monday except in late December and on federal holidays observed by IBCnet.