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Hunter International, Inc.
38100 Colorado Avenue
Avon, Ohio 44011
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In the event of a work related injury, call Hunter’s dedicated safety line immediately: (440) 389.0023 x 142
Open enrollment for health insurance begins in June. During this time, you can make changes to your medical, dental and vision plans such as adding, changing or cancelling coverage. These changes will become effective July 1.
Please be advised that you cannot make any changes to your health insurance in the middle of a benefit year, including cancelling your benefits, unless you experience a qualifying life event. (Click here to see a list of qualifying events: Healthcare.gov Qualifying Life Events)
Any additional questions about insurance benefits may be sent to [email protected]
Any changes in banking information will require a voided check or direct deposit statement from your bank that includes a routing and account number.
You can submit any changes to your direct deposit to [email protected]
You can update your personal information on your account at www.paylocity.com or on the Paylocity mobile app.
You may also submit any personal information changes to [email protected]
You can view your paystubs and W-2s at www.paylocity.com or by logging in with the mobile app.
Upon employment, Hunter employees are instructed to create an account in Paylocity. If you did not do this, you will need to register yourself as a new user and pick your own username and password.
Hunter International pays bi-weekly, every other Friday. A pay schedule will be emailed to you during your first week of employment.
Yes, please click here for COVID-19 safety information and guidance.
Frequently, our contract employees will be converted over to a permanent position with our client. If the contract ends without this opportunity, our recruitment team will work with you to place you in a new assignment.
Yes. Hunter International’s services are free to job seekers.
Hunter is a STEM-focused recruiting firm. We specialize in filling scientific and technical roles at manufacturing, chemical, engineering, aerospace, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and work with some of the largest and most impactful companies nationally. We are deeply motivated to bring more diversity and equity to STEM industries and are proud to be a women founded, owned, and lead organization.
The best way to get your information directly into the hands of our recruitment team is to submit your resume on our website.
If your skills and experience match the needs of our clients, our recruitment team will reach out to you about any relevant positions. If you are not contacted immediately after your submission, your resume will remain in our database and our recruitment team may reach out to you in the future as other positions become available.
Yes. We offer medical, dental and vision insurance in addition to other benefits.
Yes. STEM is our focus, but we also regularly fill roles within financial, legal, human resources, marketing, and executive leadership functions. Check out our job board to see if we have open roles that match your expertise.
Recruiters are on the pulse of job openings and hiring trends and know the hiring needs of specific companies and teams. If a recruiter thinks that you are a strong candidate for an open position, they may recommend you to the hiring committee, and are also able to provide insight into the team and company culture.
Recruiters find, screen, and attract the best-fit candidates for our clients’ open positions. Recruiters work with candidates holistically throughout the application and selection process, by supporting candidates as they initially consider the position, recommending candidates to the hiring teams, organizing interviews, and helping candidates to understand the job offer and benefits package. A recruiter will help you fully understand the job expectations and company culture, so that you can shine in your interview and make a well-informed decision if offered the job.
Recruiters do not make hiring decisions but assist companies and organizations in finding highly qualified candidates for their open positions. Recruiters can shortlist, or recommend, specific candidates to the hiring team, but ultimately the hiring decision is made by the company.