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I've been applying to TD bank for several months now and everytime I finish submitting a application, I check the submission history and the option to click withdraw is not activated. I keep assuming that that means that the job no longer is active but I have constantly applied to new jobs that just posted that very day and the same thing keeps on happening. If the job is no longer avaliable, why is it still in the search results and why is there no email inform the candidates that the job is no longer avaliable?
Jay, New York
July 16, 2015 10:14:11 PM
In reply to Jay, New York
Thank you for writing into TD Helps tonight, Jay! We'll be glad to provide some information regarding our job application process.
Typically, a human resources representative will reach out to you directly if you're a selected candidate for an interview for the position that you applied for. We encourage you to keep checking our career page for additional opportunities as our page is updated frequently.
If you should have any questions, please send an email to TD.TDOpportunitiesTechSupport@td.com . Please be sure to include in your response: your name, address and telephone number along with any details you can provide regarding the difficulty you are experiencing.
We hope this helps and good luck, Jay! Take care and have a good night.
Katherine G, Mount Laurel
July 16, 2015 10:15:26 PM