Hepburn Shire Council - Application process
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Application process

The Hepburn Shire Council is an equal opportunity employer and all selection decisions are based on the principle of merit.

Advertising
Vacancies are advertised in the local media, The Advocate, Ballarat Courier, www.seek.com.au, and on this website's Employment Page (Click to view current vacancies).

Each advertisement lists a contact person, and applicants are encouraged to contact them to clarify questions and get a better understanding of the position.


Applications
Applications must be forwarded with a covering letter, a statement addressing the key selection criteria and an up to date resume prior to the advertised closing date. No late applications will be accepted. Please do not bind applications or place them in folders. This makes it difficult for photocopying and filing and are invariably removed for ease of handling.

All Applications are to be addressed:

Private & Confidential
"Application - Position Title"
Chief Executive Officer
PO Box 21
DAYLESFORD VIC 3460



Shortlisting
It is important that you address the Key Selection Criteria listed in the Position Description when applying for any position as applicants will be shortlisted based on how well the applicant demonstrates that all the selection criteria and pre-requisites are met. Those shortlisted will be contacted by telephone and an interview date, time and venue organised. Applicants who are unsuccessful after an interview will be notified by phone, other unsuccessful candidates will be notified in writing.

For more information on addressing the key selection criteria and tips on getting through the interview please click on the links on our Employment Page.


Selection
The interview panel will comprise of a minimum of three people unless otherwise advised. Questions in the interview will assess your capability against the selection criteria and seek clarification of information provided in your application. Certain positions may require a typing test. You will be advised of this requirement when you are contacted about the details of the interview.

After the interviews are completed, the Panel will review all information from each applicant and assess which one has best demonstrated that they meet all of the selection criteria and pre-requisites for the position.

Referee checks will be conducted after the interview process is completed.

The preferred applicant will then be offered the position verbally and forwarded an information pack containing a letter of offer, Police Record Check form, Employee Code of Conduct and other associated documentation required as part of our employment conditions.


Employment Processes and Privacy
The personal information which is supplied to Council in employment applications and accompanying documentation will be used solely for the primary purpose for which it was collected or for purposes that a person may reasonably expect with regards to the processing of such applications. Applicants must understand that the personal information is provided for recruitment purposes and that they may apply to Council for access to and/or amendment of the information.

Requests for access and/or correction should be made to Councils Privacy Officer.


Further Recruitment Process Information
Should you require further information regarding the recruitment process please contact the Manager Human Resources on (03) 5348 2306.


 

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Date Printed: 30/10/2014
Hepburn Shire Council  2014
Source: http://www.hepburn.vic.gov.au/

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