The City employs people who can legally work in Australia. These include:
- Australian citizens
- New Zealand citizens
- Permanent residents
- Temporary residents with permission to work.
The City checks candidate’s eligibility to work in Australia during the recruitment process.
Candidates who progress through the recruitment process must also:
- Provide details of two referees who can be contacted by the City
- Provide a National Police Certificate issued within three months prior to your appointment
- Attend a pre-employment medical assessment
- Provide 100 proof of ID points
- Provide a copy of drivers licence
- Provide academic qualifications, licences or other documents specified in the relevant position description.
Please note that the City may verify qualifications and/or licences via external verification providers.
The City uses an online application form which forms part of your application. Remember to allow plenty of time to complete your application.
Candidates should also:
- Carefully read the position description to make sure you understand the role. Consider the suitability of your skills, experience and qualifications
- Check whether you are eligible to apply, and that the salary and entitlements match your expectations
- Contact the nominated person listed in the advertisement if you have any questions
- Use the City’s website to familiarise yourself with our organisational goals, values, mission and vision
- Attach copies of all relevant documents including your resume, and any relevant qualifications and licences.
Interviews at the City of Stirling are conducted by a selection panel comprising of two or three people. They will ask questions to help identify your suitability for the role. Some will relate to the City’s Competency Framework and others will be specific to the role you are applying for. There may also be a practical assessment.
The key to a successful interview is being well-prepared. We recommend that you:
- Allow plenty of time to get to your interview
- Take time to read the position description and think about the questions the panel may ask
- Prepare relevant examples to demonstrate that you meet the selection criteria and competencies required for the role. For example, outline a situation, action taken and outcome
- Speak confidently about your strengths, achievements and relevant experience, to demonstrate your capability for the role
- Bring along any original documents such as proof of eligibility to work in Australia, educational qualifications, passport and current driver’s licence
- If you are unsure of any question, ask for further information
- Take time to consider your response
- Answer questions honestly.
A Code of Conduct is an important document for the City as it provides the overarching guidance for all employees on how they are expected to conduct themselves whilst working at the City. The City’s Employee Code of Conduct assists and guides employees in determining the appropriate and acceptable ethical standards of behaviour which apply in various circumstances. It ensures all City employees, volunteers, contractors and consultants act in the best interests of our community, upholding a high standard of ethical behaviour.