Applying for a position at Rad Community support Services
Please note that failure to complete the application form, an updated resume, and a certified or original copy of your qualification attainment certificates will result in the rejection of your application.
Interview and selection process
A selection panel interviews and selects successful applicants. The panel will include one member of the team who works in the relevant area. The selection of candidates for positions with Rad Community support Services is determined by skills, knowledge, experience and the personal qualities that best match the job requirements, Rad Community support Services Vision, Mission, Values and our Strategic Direction. The selection panel will assess your ability to do the job through interview questions and referee checks.
The selection panel will contact your referees if you are shortlisted by Rad Community support Services following an interview. Your nominated referees must include your current direct line supervisor. The selection panel will ask your referees to comment on your work behavior and can be asked to verify or comment on claims made by you.
Criminal records check
A criminal records check is required for all Rad Community support Services staff. Any recorded details on your criminal records check do not necessarily disqualify you from selection. You will be given the opportunity to discuss the matter before any final decision is made.
Working with children check
If applying for a position in child-related role a working with children check will need to be undertaken by you. This is a formal process of checks to determine your suitability to work with children. This check takes into account relevant criminal records.
To maximise your opportunity for employment in this role, the following is suggested:
A resume with a statement addressing your relevant skills and experience. Details concerning the required selection criteria (skills, experience and capacities) are contained in the Position Description.