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Application Process FAQs

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  1. Do I need to create an account to search for jobs?
  2. Do I need to have a resume to apply for a job?
  3. Do I need to use myAccount to apply for a job?
  4. How do I submit an application?
  5. Who is considered a Returning Applicant?
  6. What can I expect after I submit an application?
  7. Does Idaho Power keep applications on file for future openings?
  8. How do I apply for an apprenticeship?
  9. Does Idaho Power offer internships and how do I apply?
  10. Does Idaho Power sponsor visas for foreign citizens?

1. Do I need to create an account to search for jobs?

No, you do not need an account to search our open positions. On the main Career Opportunities page, under the heading "Available Positions," is a search button that will show all of our available positions. It is only necessary to create an account if you wish to apply for a position. See question #4 for further directions on creating an account.

2. Do I need to have a resume to apply for a job?

Yes, our application process requires a resume. If you do not have a resume, a resume template is a great place to start. Microsoft Word offers a number of templates that can be easily uploaded when you apply for a position.

3. Do I need to use the myAccount Login to apply for a job?

No, the myAccount Login is for Idaho Power customers to manage their monthly power bill. This appears on most pages of our website for our customers' convenience, but there is no interaction between this login and the Career Opportunities website as you do not need to be an Idaho Power customer to apply for a position with the company.

4. How do I submit an application?

Resume and applications are only accepted for available positions. Visit the Career Opportunities page to view our current openings.

Instructions for applicants who HAVE NOT applied for a posted position since Jan. 2, 2013

  • Go to Career Opportunities and click Search under the Available Positions section
  • Click on the title of any position you are interested in and read the job description
  • If you want to apply, simply click Apply for this Position at the bottom of the page
  • Start the application process by uploading your resume using a saved document on your computer, LinkedIn, or Universal Profile
  • Provide your e-mail address and a password under the Email Registration section to create a profile
  • Complete the remainder of the application, ensuring each question with a red asterisk (*) is answered as these are required to submit your application
  • Click Submit at the bottom of the page when you are finished
  • You should see a confirmation message that reads Thank you for submitting your resume, as well as a confirmation e-mail to the e-mail address provided as part of your profile

Instructions for applicants who HAVE applied for a posted position since Jan. 2, 2013

  • Return to our Career Opportunities page and login with your existing email address and password
  • You will be directed to a list of positions you have previously applied for
  • To see new openings, click the Search Openings link toward the top of the page
  • Click Search under the Available Positions section, and select/review the position you are interested in
  • If you want to apply, click on Add to My Jobs at the bottom of the posting
  • You will be prompted to click either Update Existing Information or Use Existing Data.
  • If you click Use Existing Data your application will automatically submit, using information previously provided in the system
  • We highly recommend selecting Update Existing Information instead, so you are able to review your information prior to submission
  • You should see a confirmation message that reads Thank you for submitting your resume, as well as a confirmation email to the email address provided as part of your profile

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5. Who is considered a Returning Applicant?

A Returning Applicant is someone who has applied using our online application system since Jan. 2, 2013. His/her information is saved in the system and can be accessed by using the username and password he/she created while applying the first time using the system. As a Returning Applicant most of your information will pre-populate, which makes the entire application process much faster.

6. What can I expect after I submit an application?

Once the application deadline has passed, the hiring team will review all the resumes and applications to determine which candidates will be selected to move to the next step in the hiring process. This can take up to four weeks, depending on the number of applications received. Candidates will be notified of their status via phone or email as the process progresses.

7. Does Idaho Power keep applications on file for future openings?

Applications are not retained for future openings, so it's necessary to submit an application each time you'd like to be considered for an open position. However, if you are a returning applicant, as defined above, all of your information is retained and you will only need to update information as needed.

8. How do I apply for an apprenticeship?

Although all of Idaho Power's apprenticeship programs are listed on the website, apprenticeship opportunities are only available when there is an open position. Visit the Career Opportunities page where all open positions are listed, to see if any apprenticeships are available. Once you see a position you're interested in, you can apply via our online application system.

9. Does Idaho Power offer internships and how do I apply?

Idaho Power does offer internships! To see if an internship is available in your area of study, visit the Career Opportunities page to view all open positions. Once you see a position you're interested in, apply using our online application system.

10. Does Idaho Power sponsor visas for foreign citizens?

Candidates who are not legally authorized to work in the U.S. without sponsorship are ineligible for hire at Idaho Power.

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