To be a perfect candidate for a job, you should know our recruitment process inside out.
Follow these six simple steps to learn more.
1 | Apply
Have a look at our current vacancies, find the right fit and click Apply Now.
2 | Shortlist
We create the shortlist; if you are selected then get prepared for the next exciting step.
3 | Interviews
4 | Pre-employment checks
- Ministry of Justice/NZ Police Vetting: for conviction history - only one of these checks will be completed.
- Pre-employment medical assessment: for roles requiring labour, or in environments of risk (chemicals/noise etc).
- Credit check: for roles that have financial responsibility (i.e. P-card or PO approvals).
- Qualification check: for specialised roles that require confirmation of achievement (i.e. Engineers, Planners) and if relevant to the Children's Act 2014.
- Professional membership check: if required, to acknowledge continuous professionalism and development within the industry (i.e. CA ANZ, PINZ) or if relevant to Childrens Act (i.e. Teachers Council for education-based roles and when the role require frequent interaction with children).
All roles covered by the Children's Act 2014, require shortlisted candidates to undergo all relevant safety checking under the Act before commencing employment, as well as during employment.
5 | Assessments and testing
6 | The offer
7 | Acceptance
8 | Making the difference that matters
Throughout our recruitment process, we follow the Privacy Act guidelines to ensuring we are:
- collecting relevant information from applicants
- those within the organisation who are directly involved in the recruitment decision-making process for the vacancy has access to your information
- the information gathered remains confidentially stored in our recruitment and document management system
- gaining permission from applicants on the background checks necessary and contacting references
- interview/reference/recruitment notes are typically destroyed after a period of 3 months
- applicants have the ability to request or change information held on their record