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We accept applications through our online recruitment system. A standard selection process usually consists of application, interview and referee check. Some processes may use other assessment methods to help decide if you are suitable.
If you are unsure about any aspect of the advertised role, speak to the nominated contact officer. If you have problems submitting your application, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02 6276 1235.
To apply, you must be:
You may also need to meet other eligibility requirements specific to the role. We will outline these in the job advertisement.
We can withdraw your employment offer if you fail to meet all pre-employment checks.
We can provide equipment and other practical support when you apply for a job with us. Please contact us if you are having difficulty using the online recruitment system.
We participate in the APS RecruitAbility Scheme. The scheme gives people with disability a better opportunity to put forward their skills and experience during the selection process.
If you have disability you can opt into the RecruitAbility scheme. You will need to demonstrate in your application that you meet the minimum requirements for the position.
Your application should be brief and align to the job description and application requirements. You may be selected based solely on your written application and referee reports.
We recommend you use the STAR model to demonstrate your capabilities using a clear example:
Follow the links from the current vacancies page to our online recruitment system. Your email address will be your user ID and you will be asked to choose a password. Your email address is our primary method to contact you.
If you have trouble with the online system, email email@example.com or phone 02 6276 1235.
You must submit your application before the closing date and time. We may not accept late applications.
You can update your contact details at any time by logging into your profile in the online recruitment system.
You can withdraw your application at any time through the online recruitment system.
We base all recruitment selection and employment decisions on merit to get the best person for the job. We assess applications on the basis of suitability for the classification as well as the role.
When we assess your application, we may:
We can provide equipment or support to help you attend an interview or complete an assessment task.
To assist you, we may provide:
Call the contact officer for the position to discuss what options may be available.
You will be contacted if you are selected for interview.
We will make every attempt to schedule interviews face to face or via video conference or phone. If you are not available for interview within our timeframes, the selection process will proceed.
We may contact at least one referee to confirm information about your skills and capabilities. This can be done at any stage during the selection process.
You can request to be given notes on these discussions and any written reports.
We sometimes use work sample tests to test practical approaches to tasks. For example, an email inbox task might be used to select an Executive Assistant, or a brief writing exercise to select a Policy Officer.
We may use other assessment tools to determine if you are suitable for a particular role such as specific games or assessments. You will be advised of the outcome.
We will generally contact successful applicants by phone. We will also let applicants know if they were unsuccessful.
For feedback, get in touch with the contact officer once the process is finalised.
Last updated: 14 August 2018
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