Knowing about our recruitment process will help in your job search. Take a few moments to review the information below so you know what to expect as you pursue a career with us.
Phase 1: Posting a Position
Once a position has been approved and the job description is complete, we post the job on fanniemae.com and other locations for internal and/or external job seekers.
Phase 2: Identifying Talent
Our recruiters review résumés, conduct phone screenings, compare candidates’ skill sets, and share résumés with hiring managers and other key decision makers. The goal is finding a match between the requirements of our current openings and your interests, knowledge, skills, and background.
Phase 3: Assessing Talent
If you’re invited to participate in an interview, you most likely will have a discussion with the hiring manager and other individuals with whom you would work on a daily basis.
Phase 4: Offering a Position
If you’re selected as the most appropriate individual for the position, we will extend an offer, along with other on-boarding and new employee orientation materials.
Receiving a job offer is contingent upon your successfully meeting certain criteria, including a background check and drug screening, as well as a credit check where applicable.
Internal Policy and External Legal Adherence
Fannie Mae's recruiting process aligns with internal policies and applicable federal, state, and local employment laws.
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