We want you to have your best opportunity of progressing your application. A well-prepared resume highlights your strengths. It can make you stand out as the right candidate for an interview. Below are some brief tips to ensure you are getting the best out of your Resume:
For more tips see https://www.seek.com.au/career-advice/resume-cv
The Cover Letter is your introduction to the hiring manager. It is your opportunity to highlight yourself as a suitable candidate for the vacancy.
Below are some brief tips to ensure you are getting the best out of your Cover Letter:
For more tips see https://www.seek.com.au/career-advice/writing-cover-letters
The selection criteria for a vacancy is found in the Position Description. You will need to match the criteria to your skills, experience and qualifications in your Resume and Cover Letter. When advertisements ask you to address the selection criteria, we recommend the STAR approach:
That is, explain the “Situation” where the relevant example came from, such as customer service, follow that with the “Task”, which is your role in the example, outline what “Action” you took, and spell out the “Result”. For more tips see https://www.seek.com.au/career-advice/how-to-address-key-selection-criteria
Most people are nervous about interviews, but with some preparation and practice you will put your best foot forward. Interviews at Western Health are not designed to try to trick you, rather that are designed to give us an opportunity to get to know you better, and you as the candidate to get to know us better. This is an opportunity for you to ensure Western Health is a good fit for you and to get to know the team. Below are some brief tips to help you feel comfortable and present as best you can at your interview:
For more tips see https://www.seek.com.au/career-advice/3-must-dos-before-every-interview
When providing your referee details to the hiring manager, be sure to include their:
Please let you referees know that they may be contacted by Western Health for a reference. It is Western Health policy that we contact your current Line Manager for a reference.
Western Health will notify you of the outcome of your application via email or phone. You can request feedback on your application if you are unsuccessful.
If you are unsuccessful, we welcome you to sign up for our email alerts and apply for our vacancies in future.
Click here for our guide to registering with eRecruit and setting up email alerts.