Check out what you can expect from the recruitment process and make sure you're ready to follow all the steps. As with all important things in life the process can take some time, but remember that anything worth doing is worth investing the time.
First you'll need to have a look at the available positions; you can make it easier on yourself if you search by job field, location, keyword or role type. Once you've found the job you like, make sure you read the full position profile and get all the important information. You can then click on the apply button, read and accept the privacy statement and start creating your application.
From there upload your CV and answer some questions as part of your application. We'll also ask you for your contact details, which we'll use to confirm we've received your application and keep you updated.
And if you can't see your dream job advertised when you're looking, you can create your own profile by uploading your CV and answering a few questions about yourself. We can then send you email alerts when relevant roles become available.
Once we've received your application we'll check to see if your skills and experience match the job's key criteria. We'll then let you know as soon as possible via email or phone whether your application has been successful.
Once you've advanced past the initial application stage, you might need to complete some online skills and psychometric assessments, which may include assessments of your verbal, numerical and abstract reasoning skills, cognitive ability and sales preference.
For some roles we might start with a video interview where you can record your answers to some questions or a phone interview to talk about your experience, and if we like what we hear, we'll pass your CV on to the Hiring Manager. From there you'll be invited for a face-to-face interview either in person, or via teleconference or an assessment centre. You might be asked to bring along documents proving your identity, credentials and eligibility to work in Australia.
Once you've completed the interview stage and have progressed further in the recruitment process, we'll conduct professional employment referee checks with two of your referees, through an online process that is conducted by a third party company called X-Ref. Your referees need to be people you've reported to in recent roles.
We'll also conduct a range of Background Checks through another third party company called First Advantage. Your start-date and your employment is conditional on us being satisfied with the result of your checks. The timeframe for this can vary depending on the type and risk profile of your role, and if you’ve lived and worked elsewhere in the world.
Once all the boxes are ticked we'll be ready to give you a formal job offer. Because we want to save trees and make sure you have all the information you need at your fingertips, we'll send you an SMS and email asking you to login to a special online portal that will hold your employment offer letter. All relevant terms and conditions and more information about the benefits you'll be entitled to are included in this portal. Simply log in to review and accept your job offer.
Once you've accepted your employment offer, you'll receive an email giving you access to our New Starter candidate mobile application site. Here you will find all the information you need to know about Westpac Group before you start.
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