The time it takes for FAO recruitment to be completed can
vary depending on the specific position, the number of applicants, and the
recruitment process being used. In general, the recruitment process can take
anywhere from a few weeks to several months to complete.
The recruitment process at FAO typically includes the
posting: The position is posted on the FAO website and other relevant job
The hiring manager screens the applications to determine which candidates
meet the basic requirements for the position.
The hiring manager selects a shortlist of candidates who will be invited
for an interview.
The shortlisted candidates are invited for an interview, which may be
conducted in person, over the phone, or via video conferencing.
Following the interviews, the hiring manager selects the most suitable
candidate for the position.
An offer of employment is made to the selected candidate, including
details of the salary, benefits, and start date.
The length of time it takes for each of these steps to be
completed can vary depending on the complexity of the position, the number of
applicants, and the availability of the hiring manager and interview panel. In
some cases, additional steps such as reference checks or skills assessments may
be required, which can add to the overall time required for recruitment.