Career advice

As a starting point, remember that hundreds of other people may be applying for the same position as you, and the employers and  recruiters can realistically only spend a short time going through each resume. So work hard to get all your best points across while being as clear and concise as possible, and remember to prioritise – so that the most important information isn’t left to the end. It’s useful to think of your CV as your own personal marketing tool. This is your chance to really sell yourself and communicate your skills and experience in the best possible light.

How to apply to be successful

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 Your Personal Employment Profile will be created in our database.

 You will be able to log in, review your  Profile and edit your information.

You will be able to apply for other jobs.

Your CV must be easy to read quickly, so make it uncluttered and eye-catching. With your layout, separate out the different sections and use clear section headings. Avoid long paragraphs and rambling sentences. It often helps to use bullet pointing to break up text into easily readable bite-sized chunks – you can provide a lot of information about your past engineering, IT or mining management experience this way.

Search and applying for Jobs

Before you begin applying , be sure your profile is up to date and accurate.

Click Search on the title bar to view available jobs. All the jobs that match your selection will be displayed.

To view the full details of a particular job, you will need to click on the underlined Job Title.

Once you’ve clicked on a job title and displayed the details of the job you’re interested in, you will need to click the ‘Apply’ button at the bottom of the page.

Employers can reply to your application via our internal messaging system, email or both. After logging in, check "Private messages"  on the left site menu  to see if any employers have responded to your application.

You can view who has been viewing your employment profile.