I am freaking out at the moment. I jumped the gun and gave my current employer two weeks notice before the employer would tell me if my background check is satisfactory. I know, stupid of me. The third company used to perform the background check is Sterling Talent Solutions.
The reason why I am freaking out is because of two things:
My job title are a little different than what I original wrote on the background application form. For example, on the of jobs is a Operations Support clerk, I wrote that my title is an Operations Coordinator. It is not that I wanted to embellish the title upwards, but more of a title that I think really described what I did there. On the duties of this job, one of the requirements if "helping to coordinate and supervise the activities with the processing team"...so in a sense I am coordinating or supervising other people. I did not place Operations Supervisor as a title, just something along the lines of what I actually did. I know, what I should have done is placed Operations Support Clerk (Coordinator)...on the background check, this is what I wrote.
For my second job, my title was a Inventory Correspondent but on resume, I wrote Accounts representative, Inventory management. Again, not I was not trying to embellish anything upwards....just trying to account for what I actually did there.
My job description for both jobs are, 100% written with honesty.
The second is job hopping. My work history is like this:
May 2018 - Present, COMPANY C
Feb 2018-May 2018, COMPANY B - I resigned from this job as the location changed and I was not informed that I would be working in a different location in the beginning.
2016-Feb 2018, COMPANY A
I did not include company B on resume but did in the background check history application.
Before my background check, I provided to two references to HR.
I have a clean driver record, good credit score of 730, and no criminal history.
Do you think that these would impact my job offer?