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Company Overview: Xerox
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- $22.39 billion (2012)
- Norwalk, CT
- Ursula Burns
- Xerox is an American technology company that produces systems including printers, photo copiers, digital printing presses, and multifunction systems. Xerox has been responsible for creating many of the most groundbreaking elements in personal computing, including the mouse and graphical interface. These elements were shared with Microsoft and Apple, who ended up dominating personal computing.
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Of course, you can also apply for jobs at Xerox through their hiring website. If you choose to apply through their site instead of ours, don't forget to come back to your StartWire account and tell us about your application so we can help you keep your job search organized.
For this application guide, we applied for a position as a Business Systems Analyst. While we believe that our application is very similar to the applications for all positions within the company, it's possible that yours could be a little bit different depending on the position that you apply for.
Before you can apply for a job at Xerox, you will need to create an account on their hiring website. To create an account, you will need to provide a username and an account password.
Once your account is created, you will have the opportunity to upload your resume. Uploading your resume is optional at this point, but providing it can save you a lot of time. Xerox will read through your resume, and use the information it finds to fill in many of the application fields for you. If you do choose to upload it, just make sure to check all the information that it fills in for you. While their program worked perfectly for us, it's possible that it could make a mistake -- and it would stink to lose out on a job because of that. If you prefer not to upload a resume at this point, that's ok -- you will be able to enter in all of your information by hand.
Next, you will be able to upload some attachments (including your resume and cover letter). This is the 'real' resume upload (whereas the previous one was for convenience). While providing your resume and cover letter is not technically required by their system, you should treat it as if it is. You will probably find that getting a call back will be very difficult without them. Before you upload your resume and cover letter, take some time to customize them for Xerox and the position that you are applying for. This is your chance to explain what you bring to the company, and how your previous experiences have prepared you for the job.
With your resume and cover letter uploaded, you will be asked to provide some basic personal information including your name, street address, phone number, email address, education, work history, and certifications (if applicable). Before you begin the application, make sure that you have accurate start and finish dates for all of your education and work history. This information will very likely be verified before you are extended an offer of employment.
After all of your information is entered, you will have a chance to review your application before you submit it. Read it over very carefully, and submit only once you're completely satisfied with it.
Background check and drug test
During the application process, you will need to consent to a pre-employment background check and drug test. Any employment offer that you receive may be contingent upon passing both of these tests.
Unfortunately, Xerox, does not provide automatic application updates at this time. If you have already applied for a job with the company and would like to know where you stand, you will need to try and contact their human resources department directly. With that said, use extreme caution when contacting human resources. They are very busy people, and may not respond favorably if you make a pest of yourself. Your best course of action is patience.
Xerox is an equal opportunity employer.
Jobs available at Xerox
There are far too many jobs available at Xerox to list all of them here, but most can be organized into the following categories: customer service, engineering, research and development, global services, sales, information technology, human resources, administration, professional services, manufacturing, client relationship management, and security.
Xerox is a huge company, with more than 146,000 employees. One of the great things about large companies like Xerox is they need people from many different areas of interest and levels of expertise to keep the company running. If you're passionate about working for the company, chances are good that you will be able to find a position that's a good match for you if you're patient and check their new job listings regularly. Search jobs
Ursula Burns is the Chairwoman and CEO of Xerox.
Xerox is a publicly traded company (NYSE: XRX). In 2012 they reported $22.39 billion in revenue, $1.34 billion in operating income, $1.19 billion in net income, $30.01 billion in assets, and $11.87 billion in equity.