Our Hiring Process

Our Hiring Process Collage

Searching for a new career can be exciting! It can also be daunting and overwhelming so we hope to offer a snapshot of our hiring process. Learn more about what to expect when applying for a Lewis career.

Meet the Talent Acquisition Team

“I have always loved guiding the match between great talent and a great company.”

David Draper

Manager of Recruiting & Employment

“I enjoy making a difference in a candidate’s life, big or small. It makes it all worth it to me.”

Vanessa Quintana


“I love making a difference by successfully recruiting top talent into the organization.”

Phillip Oh


After You Apply

After submitting your resume or application, Lewis will review your experience for a potential match with our opportunities. Next steps may include the following:

Lewis uses online assessments to measure traits that generally do not emerge from interviewing. These user-friendly tools assess and measure against proven competencies to help define a successful match.

Depending on the position, you may be asked to complete short online assessments in categories such as: sales, customer service, computer skills and basic reasoning.

At Lewis, we want to learn why you’re interested in us and what unique strengths you would bring to the team. Interviews will likely be on video, face-to-face, or over the phone. Interviews could be one-on-one or a panel interview with two or three people. We’ll ask questions about your related experience and accomplishments. This is your opportunity to learn about us, so come prepared with questions. We hope to learn more about you and your strengths and provide understanding of our unique culture and opportunities.

Note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, all interviews will be remote/on video or phone.

Congratulations! If you land the job, you’ve proven you have a lot to offer. Next steps will be your offer letter packet, background/drug-screening process and the scheduling of your first day. The background/drug-screen process usually takes 4-6 days to complete. If you’re leaving a job, giving your employer a two-week notice is perfectly fine. If you need longer, we can discuss and agree to your first day. Your first day onboarding and training plan will be ready for you when you start.

Welcome to Lewis!


New Hire Orientation

History of Lewis

Q&A with Lewis Executives

New Hire Luncheon

Job Foundations Training

Paperless Pre-Join Documents

Homecoming at Eastvale Team at The Goldy Awards 2016