Working with us

As a HirePower employee, you are entitled for a variety of benefits.

Our white-glove service benefits both our candidates and clients.

Develop your career! Check out our opportunities today on our portal!

From our job portal, you will be able to search for a specific position, get the details for each one, and apply. You can begin your search by using keywords to find an opening, such as city or state abbreviation, job title, descriptive words of the job title, or industry descriptive words.

If you have any other questions, please contact us at applicants@hppstaffing.com We will be happy to help!

For a better experience looking our job openings, we recommend to use your device on landscape orientation.

Frequently Asked Questions

For candidates

How to apply for an opening?

The best way to apply for an opening is by clicking “Find a Job” above, and once you find a position in which you would like to apply, use the Indeed option or fill out our form to submit your qualifications. Another option is to send your resume to applicants@hppstaffing.com with the subject specified as to which position you are interested and the respective location, for example: “Production Graphic Designer” position and “Research Triangle Park, North Carolina” location.

How to search for a new opening?

In your “Find a Job” search, you are able to filter criteria by location, title, and keywords. You can also follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter accounts for the newest jobs as they are published. 

How long it takes to receive a response from a recruiter?

On average, a recruiter will respond to you within one to two business days if your profile matches our client’s qualifications. ​

I applied for an opening, but it doesn’t appear anymore on the portal? Why?

This occurs when the position is no longer available. However, we encourage you to keep searching for more opportunities!

For employees

I've accepted a job offer from HirePower. When do I start work?

An Onboarding Specialist will contact you to begin the pre-employment screening process. The sooner a candidate completes the required paperwork and screens, the faster we can confirm a start date for you with our client.

I started work! How often do I get paid? How do I get paid?

Most jobs are paid weekly via direct deposit.

How to access W-2?

Access to paystubs and W2 forms can be located within the Greenshades portal.

How to do an address change?

Request a new W4 from your contractor liaison.

What benefits do I have?

Our benefits coordinator will reach out to you to go through the benefits.

Our Interview Recommendations

Preparing for your interview

The interview process can be a little uneasy or challenging even if you have been to many interviews. The employers are looking for the right candidate and candidates are looking for the right position.


Thanks to all the years of experience, we have noticed that it is always vital to prepare for an interview no matter what the position is and noting that not all interviewing processes are the same. Therefore, we would like to provide you with some advice to help you navigate the process and get you that perfect position you are looking for. 

Before the interview

Get to know the company where you could be working, we will provide you with the link to the company, so take a few minutes to go through their website. Familiarize yourself with what they do, their history, and relevant news. From here you  will also be able to ask any questions about them through the interview, this can show recruiters your interest in the company and the position offered. 

The interviewer has your resume, don´t forget to be yourself and be calm. Show your personality! Let them see more about yourself, they want to know you better. 

Take your time to review the best way to get there, look through your options. Do they have parking? If not, what is the closest parking? Is public transportation the best option? What routes are available? What are the times for the metro or bus? How long is going to take to get there? These questions might help you plan the best way there. Consider leaving a little early – you never know if problems could arise for traffic & parking. 

Prepare yourself for any possible questions, take your time to practice. Ask a friend or a family member to help you. These are a few questions with which you can practice:

  • Could you please let us know more about yourself?
  • What do you know about the company?
  • Have you ever been in a difficult situation? How did you overcome it?
  • What do you like to do in your free time?
  • What are your professional weaknesses and strengths?
  • Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
  • What is your greatest achievement?
  • Why do you want this position?

Dress for the occasion, investigate the company culture and their dress code, ask for some advice from your recruiter if you aren´t sure. Another good option is to wear something conservative and professional. Make sure you feel comfortable with what you are wearing, and that you look polished. For colors try to pick neutral ones.​

For men, choose a button-down shirt instead of a t-shirt. If your wear a suit, grey, navy blue or black are good options, wear socks and clean shoes. Try to avoid bright colors. Also keep in mind to shave and brush your hair. For women, we recommend avoiding short skirts or tight clothes. Simple makeup is better and perfume which does not overpower. When selecting a shoe, wear close-toed shoes and make sure they are clean. Avoid wearing too many accessories which could take the attention away from an overall professional look. 

During the interview

These are few tips to keep in mind: speak clearly, speak with a positive attitude, remember to listen, and don’t forget to smile. Be confident, your body language speaks as well; the way you stand, sit and express matters. Do not discuss topics such as personal issues, politics, religion, benefits, or pay range. If they asked about compensation expectations, indicate you are looking for a fair offer.

After the interview

At the end of the interview, thank the interviewer. If possible, send an email thanking them for their time. Be attentive to the recruiter – call to give feedback.

Employee Benefits

Our employees receive white glove service which includes:

  • Designated contractor liaison available by telephone or email to answer all your questions.
  • Direct deposit and access to electronic paystub review.
  • Major medical insurance options.
  • Vision and dental insurance.
  • Life and AD&D, $20,000 life insurance provided at no cost, with option for additional voluntary coverage.
  • 401K Retirement plan.
  • Long term disability coverage.

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