Thank you for your interest in William Angliss Institute. The Institute aims to provide a working environment that attracts and nurtures leaders in vocational education, training and services.
To apply for advertised vacancies at William Angliss Institute, you will be required to complete an on-line application form and upload a copy of your current resume, a statement addressing the key selection criteria and a cover letter, saved as Word documents.
Key Selection Criteria
The Institute places significant emphasis on the position description and Key Selection Criteria (KSC) and your responses will be used as a basis for short listing as well as to assess your written communication skills. Please take time and due care when responding to the KSC. Please provide a succinct statement when addressing each of the KSC. "See Resume" is not sufficient.
As an applicant you will receive an Electronic (email) acknowledgement:
Applicants will also be notified of the outcome by the end of the selection process.
The Selection Panel will be responsible for shortlisting the applications and conducting the interviews. Applicants who have not adequately addressed the Key Selection Criteria detailed in the Position Description risk not being considered.
Eligibility for Employment
William Angliss Institute is precluded from employing individuals who have accepted a Victorian Government Voluntary Departure Package (VDP) or Enhanced Resignation Package (ERP) from a Victorian Public Sector organisation, for the period stated in the individual's package guidelines.
Applicants are required to include details of at least two current or recent work related referees, including a direct manager or a supervisor. Your nominated referees should be aware that you have nominated them as referees for this position. Referees should have first hand knowledge of your performance relevant to the selection criteria. Reference checks will only be conducted for preferred candidates after the interview stage.
Entitlement to Work
Applicants who are offered a position at William Angliss Institute must produce verification of their Australian citizenship (Australian passport, birth certificate or Australian Citizenship certificate), or their immigration status and consequent entitlement to legally work in Australia before employment is confirmed.
All qualifications obtained should be listed and described in your resume. The original documents or certified photocopies must be presented to Human Resources once a job offer is made. Overseas qualifications must be supported by documentation that supports the appropriateness of the qualification to Australian standards.
Special Conditions of Employment
Successful candidates for teaching positions and other identified roles will be required to submit a Working with Children Check card prior to commencement of employment.
The Institute may request that you complete a National Police Records Check, depending on the job functions of the position, e.g. Finance positions will require a Police Check as a condition of employment.
In accordance with the Workplace, Injury, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2013 you will be required to disclose any pre-existing injury or disease which could be exacerbated by undertaking the inherent requirements of the position. This declaration will not preclude employment.
The Institute may also require staff who perform certain functions to undertake a pre-employment medical assessment.
Employment at the Institute will be subject to the satisfactory completion of a six months minimum probation period.
The salary level is based on qualifications, experience and knowledge relevant to the position applied for and in accordance with the relevant Award and/or current Enterprise Bargaining Agreement.
Salary is paid into the nominated bank account of your choice on a fortnightly basis.
The Institute’s default fund is VicSuper. You may nominate your own Superannuation fund if you wish.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
The Institute is fully supportive of the principles of EEO. The Institute's selection process is based on the principles of merit and equity to ensure the appointment of the most suitable person selected in a fair process.
Your personal information will be processed and held in accordance with the Information Privacy Act Vic 2000 and the Institute's Employee Records Policy and Procedure.
For more information on applying for a position, please contact the Institute’s Human Resources Coordinator on (03) 9606 2450.