Applications & interviews

Your application should get you to the next stage of the selection process; while an interview is your best chance to demonstrate your skills, motivation, and cultural-fit for the role.

Resumes

Your resume is your self-marketing tool that aims to convince an employer that you: Can do the job Want to do the job Fit into the organisation's...

Cover letters

Even if the content of your resume doesn't change significantly from one application to the next, your cover letter definitely needs to be tailored...

Selection criteria

Selection criteria are the qualifications, skills, personal attributes and performance standards needed to perform the duties listed on the duty...

Assessment centres

Organisations that make a relatively large investment in the individuals they hire, including those offering internships and Graduate Programs, may...

Interviews

When you are invited to an interview, your chances of being the successful candidate have improved dramatically since you first lodged your...

Psychometric & aptitude tests

Psychometric, or online testing, is an important component of the selection process. Psychometric testing refers to the process of measuring a...

Assessment Centre Tasks

Group exercises Group exercises are designed to assess your behaviour and effectiveness in a team. They could include group discussions about a...