A Selection Panel is formed to assess the comparative merit of each applicant and shortlist the applicants with the strongest merit to be interviewed. These applicants are then called for further assessment, generally through an interview with the selection panel - consisting of three or more members.
The selection panel may use a number of methods to assess your ability to perform the job including: interview questions, presentations, work samples, tests, reports from referees and records checks.
Applicants not successful in gaining an interview will be notified in writing. We encourage you to refresh your job alert profile in order to receive email notification opportunities. Update your profile here.
If you are successful in obtaining an interview, you will be contacted and advised of the time and locations of your interview.
At the interview, a selection panel will ask questions related to the requirements of the position. Prior to the interview, consider your answers to some of the questions you feel might be asked.
You may be asked to make a brief presentation to the selection panel. If this is the case, avoid complex subject-matter or detailed slide presentations.
The interview is also an opportunity for you to ask questions about the position, the work unit, and the University.
After the Interview
After interviews, the Selection Panel will consider all interviewees and select the candidate with the strongest merit. After the selection has been approved, either the Hiring Manager or the Recruiter will contact the recommended applicant and advise them of the outcome of the interview. This will be followed by a written offer which is valid for 10 days.
If you are unsuccessful, we invite you to use your active registration in the careers website to refresh your job alert profile so that you receive email notification of future opportunities.