A job with Danford College is just the beginning
As one amongst the largest Vocational Education and Training (VET) and CRICOS provider in Melbourne, Australia, Danford College is committed to recruiting, devel oping and retaining the best people possible at all levels.
Right to work in Australia
In order to be employed in Australia you are legally required to have what is referred to as “right to work”. All staff employed by Danford College must have the right to work in Australia.
Australian and New Zealand citizens automatically have the right to work in Australia, as well as Australian Permanent Residents. Everyone else is required to hold a current visa with work rights in order to gain employment in Australia. It is illegal for Danford College to employ or pay a staff member who does not have the right to work in Australia. If you do not provide the right to work documentation, Danford College cannot employ you.
For detailed information on the right to work in Australia, refer to the Department of Home Affairs
It is essential to demonstrate that you meet the requirements of the position as identified both in the advertisement and the Position Description. Positions advertised at Danford College have Selection Criteria that you must address as part of your job application. Selection Criteria are specific requirements (skills, attributes, knowledge, qualifications and experience) that a person needs to successfully carry out the particular job.
Submitting your documents
When applying for a vacancy you will be given the opportunity to attach your Resume and Selection Criteria response (as well as any Cover Letter) – you should attach your documents at that point.