Our hiring process is designed to help you find the position that is the right fit for you based on your skills, experience and knowledge. Start by reviewing our current openings. You’ll need to create a profile to apply for the position of your interest.

The application process will take approximately 10-15 minutes and require you to submit information about your past work experience. You can also upload a resume to your profile. We’ll send you an email confirmation once you submit your application.

It’s a very competitive process. However, if you’re selected, you’ll be contacted by one of our recruiters who will guide you through the next steps including screening and assessment, interviewing, and the employment offer. If you are not selected for an interview, you will receive an email (or other form of communication) directly from one of our recruiters informing you of the decision.

Tips for applying for a job at Nationwide

MagnifyGlass-outline   Do your research

Learn about our company, culture, benefits and values through our website, so you understand why Nationwide is a great place to work.

Man2WithTie-outline   Dress for success

Jeans are acceptable most days for most positions. For your interview, however, dress business professional so you can make a great first imhoupression.

GroupOfPeople-outline   Know your audience

Ask for the names of the people who will be interviewing you, so you can research their backgrounds and learn more about them before the interview. LinkedIn is a great resource for this type of research.

ChatBubble-outline   Anticipate and prepare for questions

Review the position description and requirements. Be prepared to share examples from your career where you’ve had similar or related experiences. Your responses should demonstrate your ability. This is an opportunity for you to talk about your skills.

Microphone-outline     Practice your responses

Conduct mock interviews with a friend or family member before the interview. This will help boost your confidence in how you present to an interviewer. It also will give you a chance to identify areas of weakness and strengths in your resume.

Eye-outline  Be aware of your non-verbal communication

Make eye contact and smile during the interview. Listen and focus on the information the interviewer is sharing. If it’s a phone or video interview, plan to be in a quiet room. Keep a friendly and even tone of voice.