When posting a job on the Field, you can include up to 5 key questions for potential candidates to answer as part of their application. These could relate to professional experience, cultural fit, or even include interview questions to give candidates some extra prep time.
- To add a question to your job ad, click the “Add question” button. The question will save when you move on to the next section. You can remove your question by clicking the “Remove” button.
As this is a free text section, we recommend passing your questions through our ‘Inclusive Language Tool’ to help make sure the language in your questions is as disability-inclusive as it can be.
It’s important to note that this section is designed for you to ask candidates work-related questions. As an employer, you may only ask about someone’s disability when it is specifically related to the job you’re advertising. For example, how a person might perform the tasks of the role or whether they may need any workplace adjustments. Employers are not legally allowed to ask personal questions about someone’s disability, and candidates aren't required to answer any questions they aren’t comfortable with.
To post a job ad you will need to include which working rights you will accept for the position. The options include:
- Australia citizenship
- Permanent working rights
- Temporary working rights without restrictions
- Temporary working rights with restrictions
- Requires sponsorship
You can choose one or more of the listed options by ticking the relevant checkbox.
When you’re ready, click ‘Next: Q&A sessions’ to take the next step in the ‘Post a job’ process, or you can select ‘Save draft’ which will save your post to access later in your ‘Job hub’.