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Applying to SEI

Everything you need to know to apply for one of our positions – from finding the right opening to finding our campus, to making your interview a valuable experience for you and your recruiters.

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Helpful information for navigating the interview process

Job Search FAQs

Can you tell me if a job has been filled?

If you do not see a particular position listed, it has been filled or it is no longer available.

How do I apply for a position?

Search for a job, select the job, and then click apply. If you are a returning user, you will be asked to enter your username and password. If you are a new user, click "Create a new account" on the sign-in screen.

Do I have to apply online?

Yes.  Please do not email us your resume.

How many positions should I apply for?

You can apply for as many different positions as you would like. However, it is best not to apply for positions where you do not meet the stated requirements and you should not apply to the same position more than once.

Should I apply more than once for a position?

Only if you need to update your information. Applying to a position more than once is beneficial only if you need to update your profile, cover letter or resume.

When will I hear from someone about my application?

If your skills match a position and we are interested in pursuing your application further, a member of our recruitment team will contact you.

Interview Tips

What time should I arrive for an interview?

You should arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your interview time. If you arrive earlier than that, don’t contact your recruiter until 10-15 minutes before your interview time. Make sure to familiarize yourself with directions and SEI’s campus prior to your interview.

What should I do when I arrive for my interview?

Check in at the kiosk and get a visitor pass. Your check in will notify your recruiter that you are here and they will come out to meet you in the Rotunda Main Entrance five minutes before your interview.

What should I wear to an interview?

Although our daily work attire is business casual, it is always in a candidate’s best interest to dress formally for an interview. Candidates should wear business professional attire.

What should I bring to an interview?

A note pad, pen, several copies of your resume, references, examples of your work if applicable, and questions about the job or the company.

Is there anything else I should know for an interview?

Here are some basic things to remember:

  • Make sure to research SEI and be familiar with the posted job description.
  • Prepare questions for your interview.
  • Silence or turn off your cell phone or Blackberry.
  • Follow up with your recruiter or interviewer after the interview.
  • Ask for your interviewer's business card or contact information.
  • Ask your interviewer when he/she expects to make a decision during your interview.
  • You can follow up with a thank note, but don’t repeatedly call or email to ask about your status.

Work Permits, Background Checks and Privacy

Will SEI sponsor work permits?

SEI retains the discretion at all times to decide whether or not to sponsor a job candidate for an appropriate temporary work visa. SEI also retains the discretion to decide whether to apply for a temporary work permit for a current employee who may wish to change temporary visa categories. All of these decisions are dependent upon the operation of the immigration laws and regulations governing the particular situation, as well as our business needs. SEI is under no obligation—legal or otherwise—to extend an offer of employment to, or to hire, any candidate who does not possess the requisite work authorization to work at SEI at the time the offer of employment is made.

Will SEI conduct background and reference checks?

In most cases, background checks are conducted after an applicant has been extended an offer of employment and may vary country to country.

Will SEI inquire about my political contributions?

SEC Rule 206(4)-5 “Political Contributions by Certain Investment Advisers” (the “Rule”) may place certain restrictions on certain subsidiaries of SEI as a result of a candidate’s past and future political contributions. Therefore, an offer for a position may be contingent on the candidate providing SEI a completed questionnaire regarding political contributions made by the candidate and members of his/her household, and that SEI may reject the candidate’s application if SEI determines in its sole discretion that the effect of such political contributions under the Rule could have an adverse impact on SEI’s current or prospective business activities and strategies. Any misrepresentation of or omission of any contributions from this information request, will be cause for a candidate’s rejection or dismissal from employment.

What is SEI’s privacy policy?

SEI is committed to protecting the privacy of our users by ensuring we provide a safe and secure environment. The information you submit on our site will be stored electronically in SEI’s recruitment database, currently located in the United States, for the purpose of assessing your suitability to our vacancies.

Your personal data may be accessed by authorized persons outside your country of residence but will not be disclosed to any other party that is not involved in the recruitment process. If you do not wish your information to be retained or transferred in this way, then please submit an email with your request to privacy@seic.com and your details will be removed from the database and we will not progress your application further.

Legal Note

SEI is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer