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When you decide to apply for a job there is some information, including documents, and files that you will need to have ready. These include:
- Your resume
- A cover letter
- Your interview preferences
- Question responses, if an employer has included questions in their job post.
You can apply for a job without any of this information, however we strongly encourage you to add as much information about you to each application to give you the best chance of success.
As part of the job application process, you may see that some job ads include questions from employers for you to answer when you apply. For example, these may be questions about how you might complete certain tasks, how you approach time-management or what transferable skills you might have that mean you’re the right candidate. Not all job ads will include questions for you to answer when you apply – if an employer has included questions, you will find them on the job ad and in the application process.
You can apply for a job without answering an employer’s questions, however to give you the best chance of success, we recommend you answer to the best of your ability.
It’s important to note that employers can only ask about your disability when it is specifically related to the job they’re advertising. For example, they could ask how you might perform the tasks of the role or whether you might need any workplace adjustments. Employers are not legally allowed to ask personal questions about your disability, and you don’t have to answer any questions you aren’t comfortable with. If you’re uncomfortable with any questions you see in this section, our Customer Support team are here to support you via our helpdesk chat, over the phone on (03) 9830 0190, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you’re ready you can click ‘next: preview and submit’ to take the next step and submit your application.