Get Ready for Your NCSA Interview Process
We're excited to learn more about you and your interest in a career with NCSA. We've created a step-by-step list so you know what to expect throughout your interview process.
Let's get to know each other. A member of our Talent Acquisition Team will call you before your initial phone interview with a team member from your department.
Peruse our website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and learn more about NCSA before your interview. We want to know why you're interested in working here and what drew you to a career in sport. Don't forget to have you resume on hand during the interview, as we'll go through your past job opportunities and skills.
Meet the team at our headquarters, located at 1333 N. Kingsbury St, Chicago.
We are a short 7-minute walk from the North/Clybourn CTA Red Line stop.
Hop on the Halsted bus and get off at Halsted/Evergreen. Or, take the North or Clybourn bus and get off at the North/Clybourn stop.
In front of our building, NCSA has a few reserved guest spots you are welcome to use. You can also park in the paid parking garage on N. Dayton Ave. next to the British International School of Chicago or in a metered spot on N. Halsted. Still worried about finding a spot? Use SpotHero to reserve an open parking spot nearby.
You'll likely meet with a few different members of the team - bring 3-4 copies of your resume to ensure everyone can take a look at your accomplishments.
Tour the office - and even test your skills at the office Pop-a-Shot.
If you're remote, we can call you via conference call, Skype or another video conferencing option. We'll talk!
Reach out to us if you have any outstanding questions.
Our Talent Acquisition team is always on hand to help prospective employees through the application and interview process.
Meet Our Talent Acquisition Team
Gail, Jovan, Lindsey, Simon, Rebecca, and Tracey are our talent acquisition experts. They seek out individuals with the best skills for the job and perform all initial interviews and follow-up. One of them will be your main point of contact throughout your interview process.
Gail Van Hove