Joining The C.S.T. Connection Team
C.S.T. will open doors for our employees by providing employment opportunities with local companies throughout the Tampa Bay area. We want you to feel that your time with us is more than getting a paycheck. To be considered for our team, C.S.T. will have to learn about you, your skills, and your career goals.
Another key factor is your character and your past work performance. We need to see you on paper (your resume).
Your resume will be reviewed for longevity at previous employers, skills at each employer, along with other criteria that will guide us in the matching process. Once it has been determined that your skills and background are what our customers may be interested in, we will schedule a time for you to meet with us in person. In the interview process, we get to know you. More details are collected about your past experiences, what you are looking for in a company, and what type of environment will make you advance toward your career goals. Your success is our success!
With the same in-depth knowledge of our customers, it is easy to see that when we match you with our customer company, careers blossom and companies grow!
Already Registered With C.S.T.?
It’s easy to reactivate your file; please forward your updated resume to our recruiters at email@example.com
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It is your responsibility to contact C.S.T. via the Available Line within the first 24 HOURS of completing an assignment and EVERY 2 DAYS thereafter.
If you do not call in available within the 24 hours, it will be considered you QUIT C.S.T. and are no longer interested in further work through our service. Failure to comply with this policy could result in a denial of unemployment benefits.
Every day you are available to work (or interview), please call the Available Line at (727) 538-9035. The Available Line may be utilized 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Within 24 hours of each completed assignment, you must contact C.S.T. regarding your availability for another assignment.