Recruitment process

Your application

Applications are accepted through our online recruitment system and must be submitted prior to the close date and time. Late applications will not be accepted, unless there are extraordinary circumstances.

You will be informed about the progress of your application by email, so please ensure you check your email regularly.

Guide for applying

Your interview

Generally, the interview will consist of a panel with three members. The interview panel will most likely use behavioural questions to determine if the skills you possess match those required for the position for which you have applied.

Positions that require a physical element may be subject to outdoor assessment tasks, for example, pool-based assessments for positions that require an element of pool lifeguarding, or practical outdoor tasks for works assistant roles. If the position you have applied for requires you to complete a practical element, you will be provided with full instruction to ensure you are well informed to complete the task to the best of your ability.

Your recruitment interview guideline

After the interview

You can expect to hear from us within two weeks of your interview.

After an interview or any selection process, regardless of whether or not you were successful, it is important to seek feedback. We offer post-interview feedback. This feedback helps you to learn about yourself, both your strengths and development needs. Be open to critical feedback and try not to respond defensively. If you are concerned about your technique or performance in interviews it may be helpful to seek coaching from an experienced person and/or qualified professional.

Page last updated: 18 May 2016