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Applying for a position

Your application is the first step toward an assessment of your suitability for a position.

In order to apply for a position you need to complete an application form and provide a detailed resume. You may not be required to address the work-related requirements unless it is specifically asked in the advertisement.

Each job has an attached list of work-related requirements. These are the personal attributes (skills, knowledge and experience) you need to successfully perform the functions of the job. Work-related requirements are sometimes called selection criteria.

Make sure you refer to the job advertisement for details on what other information you need to complete as part of your application.

Always get a copy of the job description form. It's important that you read the all the information about the position you are applying for.

If you have any questions about a position, contact the person listed in the advertisement for more information. Your application is used by a nominated selection panel to assess your submission and others who also apply. The what to submit section will help you prepare your application.

If you have problems accessing information related to a position, contact My HR Client Services on (08) 9264 1777 - note the call centre opening hours are Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm (excludes public holidays).

Last updated: 1-Aug-2017

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