What To Bring To Your Interview
Interviews are generally conducted by a three member panel consisting of representatives from the service area and Human Resource teams.
To get the best out of your interview, make sure you arrive by your designated time.
Most interviews run for around one hour and where appropriate, you may also be asked to complete a 15 minute work test straight after you have met with the panel.
Got an interview? You may be required to bring:
- 100 points of original identification - here's a full list of eligible identification documents to help you:
100 Point Proof of ID (154 KB)
- A completed Working with Children Check - you can download the form here:
Working with Children Check (139 KB)
Your commencement with us is conditional on a cleared Working with Children Check being received (if the position if required to have this check and/or a National Police Check). Please note, it is an offense under the Commission for Children and Young People Act 2005 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence or a child related personal violence offence to apply for this position. For further information please refer to www.kids.nsw.gov.au
What happens after the interview?
After the interview the panel will make its recommendations, referee checks will be conducted and a report will be presented to the Service Manager for their consideration. Once this is approved an Offer of Employment will be made. This process can take up to two weeks to be completed. Everyone who attends an interview will be contacted with advice about the outcome.
Still got questions? No problem. Contact our HR team on 02 6334 5112 or email email@example.com