In order to make a contingent offer, HR needs to verify that the following things are met:
- That the candidate chosen meets the minimum job qualifications (according to the current job description).
- That the proposed pay is within the appropriate range and that there are no internal equity concerns
- That references were obtained by the hiring department.
- That any additional necessary budget/employment approvals have been received.
Once these steps are complete, HR will make the contingent offer or authorize the hiring manager to make the contingent offer directly. All offers will be made contingent on the completion of the background check, including education verification. Generally, we are able to make an offer within 24 hours of receipt (provided these steps have been completed appropriately and that there are no concerns).