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WORK

Are you a job seeker looking for a high quality employer? Since 1971, Excel Staffing has helped over 40,000 people find jobs, whether part-time, full-time, or a temporary position. We are locally owned and operated, which gives us a far reach into New Mexico.

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FOR
TALENT

We make finding talented employees easy and have solutions for large and small staffing needs. Our combined experience actually amounts to over 225 years! Our character analysis program, interviews, and candidate assessments will ensure high quality every time.

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ABOUT
EXCEL

We are different than other staffing companies because we offer state-of-the-art testing and training software, many years of experience, a vast knowledge-base, and the flexibility of being a local company in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Contact us today!

FAQ's

Why should I use a staffing company?

Working for a staffing company such as Excel gives you flexibility, independence, and choice. Temporary work allows you to try out a prospective employer and showcase your skills and may provide a bridge to permanent employment. Many people choose temporary work as an employment option. You can select your work schedule and choose among a variety of diverse and challenging assignments. Whether you are between jobs and looking for full-time work, or you want the independence and flexibility of temporary positions, a staffing company is an excellent resource.

Is there a fee?

Excel Staffing Companies never charges a fee of any kind to applicants or employees.

What types of jobs does Excel have?

Excel Staffing Companies has five dedicated divisions:

  • Excel's Administrative/Clerical Division staffs all types of office positions, from entry-level clerical support to senior administrators and office managers in a wide variety of industries. Furthermore, Excel provides administrative staffing support to all of the major medical facilities in Albuquerque.
  • The Manufacturing/Light Industrial Division places people in warehouse and production facilities.
  • Our Professional Division staffs accounting, finance, executive and managerial positions.
  • Our Technical/Information Technology Division offers diverse technical, engineering, and IT opportunities with a variety of prominent organizations.
  • Staff Augmentation provides contract associates to national laboratories.

Who applies to Excel?

Our applicants have varying needs that may include:

  • Relocated workers getting to know the local job market
  • College students needing extra income
  • Homemakers finding diversity through part-time work
  • People returning to the job market after an extended break who wish to brush up on old skills and gain new ones
  • Retired workers needing to supplement their income or looking for ways to stay busy
  • Career-change seekers looking for access to new and challenging companies
  • Workers who are in between jobs and looking for exposure to major corporations
  • Military personnel supplementing their family income and integrating into the local community

Do you have short-term, long-term, or permanent jobs?

Excel has short-term, long-term, temporary-to-hire, contract assignments, and direct placement opportunities that offer interesting work at competitive pay.

How do I apply?

For Administrative/Clerical, Manufacturing and Professional positions, our registration process includes application paperwork, evaluations based on skills required for the position, and an interview with a staffing supervisor. To begin this process, click here.

For Technical and Staff Augmentation positions, simply submit your resume to tech@excelstaff.com or click here. Current job opportunities are updated daily, so please monitor our list of current jobs regularly. Registration is not required for Tech and Staff Aug positions.

What do I need to bring with me when I come to register?

  • You will need to bring two forms of ID for the I-9 form required by the federal government. One must be a photo ID (for example, a driver's license or military ID). The other must show eligibility to work in the U.S. (for example, a social security card or U.S. birth certificate). For other acceptable forms of ID, ask an Excel representative.
  • You will be asked to provide names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references.
  • Many of our customers ask to see a copy of a candidate's resume. If you have a resume, it would be helpful to bring it with you when you register.

Will I have to take any tests when I come in to register?

Administrative/clerical candidates are evaluated on office skills. Depending on your experience, evaluations may include typing, data entry, accounting/bookkeeping, spreadsheets, or word processing. All administrative/clerical candidates are also evaluated on filing, spelling, grammar, and basic math skills. When requested by the customer, we may evaluate manufacturing candidates on such skills as fine motor abilities, manual dexterity, color blindness, and depth perception.

How old do I have to be to work for Excel?

Due to insurance requirements, Excel requires that you be at least 18 years old at the time of registration.

Once my assignment ends, will you place me somewhere else? Will you keep me busy?

If your performance on your previous job assignment was satisfactory, Excel staffing supervisors will work hard to keep you busy on new assignments.

How do I get paid?

Simply submit your time weekly for the hours you have worked. Your paycheck will be processed locally. You may have your check direct deposited to the bank of your choice or utilize a pay card that may be obtained from one of our offices.

How long will my application stay on file?

If Excel has not placed you on an assignment within six months of registration, your file will become inactive.

Why are people working in medical offices and hospitals concerned about HIPAA?

HIPAA stands for Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act. Compliance with the Privacy Rule, which is an element of HIPAA that impacts people working in health-related facilities, was required as of April 14, 2003. The Privacy Rule contains requirements to protect the privacy and security of protected health information (PHI). PHI is any information related to the individual's health, health care, or payment for health care. Complying with HIPAA privacy regulations means being aware of day-to-day interactions with patient information to ensure patient privacy is protected. If you are assigned to work in a health-related facility, you must ensure that PHI is not disclosed inappropriately, accidentally, or negligently.