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frequently asked questions

Do you charge fees for your services?

No, Oloop does not charge any fees from job seekers for placing them in a job. We are dedicated to finding exciting opportunities our clients have for talented individuals across several industries and job functions.

What types of opportunities do you present job seekers?

We are primarily focused on contract positions in the IT, Engineering, Finance, Accounting, and related professional fields at various enterprises across the US. We do offer contract-to-hire or direct placement opportunities with select clients occasionally. Most of our positions require candidates to be on-site at our client’s workplace and work 40 hours/week. We do offer part-time and remote opportunities from time to time.

Does Oloop sponsor work visas? (H-1B, TN Visa, etc.)

Yes. Oloop can petition for new visa applications as well as transfer of visas for candidates who need sponsorship to work in the United States.

How do I apply for a job with Oloop?

If you are interested in any of our open jobs, you can apply for the job you’re interested in by submitting your resume directly from our job portal. For jobs posted on external career boards, an “apply” button or our recruiter’s email address is included for your convenience.

How long do your assignments usually last?

There is no short answer for this question as no two job openings are identical. We’ve had contract assignments with our clients lasting from a few weeks to a couple of years. Our recruiters will disclose the estimated duration of the assignment during the time of submittal. However, please be aware that contract assignments may be reduced or increased in scope as per our clients’ discretion.

Who can I talk to after starting my assignment?

We do not walk away from our candidates after placing them on an assignment. Our recruiters periodically check in with you to ensure your work is going smoothly and resolve any road bumps you encounter. Candidates are always welcome to reach out to the recruiter and/or account manager they've worked with to resolve any questions or concerns.