Whether you’re looking for a casual job, graduate program or your first full-time job, these pages can help you with your application.
A cover letter is your introduction to an employer. It aims to communicate two key messages: why you want the position and why the organisation should want you.
A resume (also known as a CV) is a professional document that presents information about your qualifications, skills and experience.
Selection criteria is a list of requirements you must satisfy to qualify for a job. You must always address the selection criteria when applying for a job. This is the most important part of your application.
Application forms are used for Graduate Employment Programs and large organisations for general recruitment.
Reference checks are an important part of the selection process. Your referees can be the difference between a job offer and a near miss.
Psychometric assessments are sometimes used during recruitment to help employers gather objective information about an applicant. The results are generally used in conjunction with other information such as your resume, interview responses, and referee comments.