As part of completing your profile on the Field, you can add information about your preferred interview type. Adding this information gives you input into the interview process by letting employers know which interview format best suits you. It is also an opportunity to discuss any accessibility preferences or requirements you might have before meeting an employer for the first time. Interview preferences added into your profile will be added automatically into your job applications (where you can change or remove them if you prefer). You can provide as much or as little information as you like.
Go to the 'Preferences' section of your profile, and select your interview preferences by checking the boxes.
You can choose from:
- No preference
(you don’t have a preferred interview format)
(you prefer an interview to happen over the phone)
- In person
(you prefer to interview in-person)
- Video call
(you prefer to interview via a video call or conference)
You can add in additional interview preferences by choosing one or more of the following options:
- Auslan interpreter present
(you will have an AUSLAN interpreter with you at your interview)
- National relay service (NRS)
(you will require the use of the National Relay Service at your interview)
- Support worker present
(you will have a support worker with you at your interview)
- Offsite interview
(you will need an interview outside of the employers workplace – this may be if the workplace doesn’t meet your accessibility requirements)
- Group interview
(you prefer a group interview, rather than a one on one interview)
There is a text box below these options which you can write in if you have preferences or requirements that are not listed. You may also not have any preferred interview format, and that’s totally fine.