Getting your resume right
Your resume is the first impression you make on a recruiter or hiring manager, so your success in the job market relies heavily on getting this important document right. A well-structured and succinct resume will not only demonstrate your skills and experience but will also act as a marketing tool, promoting your personal brand to prospective employers. The goal of a resume is to impress the recipient enough to book you for a job interview.
Nailing your job interview
Interviews can be life-changing events, which is why many job seekers experience anxiety and nervousness. To help boost your confidence and soothe any pre-interview nerves, we recommend you review the job description and research the company and person you're interviewing with. Familiarise yourself with their clients, their company values and any recent work. Prepare some questions to ask during the interview and always arrive on time.
Read our full interview guide.
Security checks and clearances
Many organisations require security checks such as police or DHS clearances for their permanent, contract and temporary employees, such as community housing organisations, state and local government departments and more.
Read our full guide to security clearances.