Read this page carefully. Key dates will be listed and as we may not be able to adjust these based on individual needs so make sure you are available within the time frames.
Complete all required fields in the application form and remember to attach your resume and a cover letter.
Your resume is the first piece of information we’ll see about you. It needs to be concise and align your skills and experience with the job description. Remember to include your:
personal details - full name, preferred name, location and contact details
education - qualifications, institutions, dates of study, majors and academic average
work experience - industry or non-industry related
skills - include any technical skills you have gained
extracurricular activities – for example, sporting, volunteering, social, community or university engagement
If you progress, you'll be asked to participate in a recorded question and answer-style video interview. We will ask you to answer 3-4 questions around two minutes each to provide us with a snap shot of why you would like to be a WorkSafe Inspector. Don't worry, you will be given the opportunity to have a practice run before recording the video.
If you progress, after the video interview you'll need to complete a series of online aptitude and psychometric assessments.
If you're successful to the interview stage you'll participate in a face to face interview with a panel of representatives from across WorkSafe.
Remember, this is also a chance to ask us questions to ensure the work, the team and our culture are right for you.
We'll ask you to complete a background check, medical and provide the details of two referees for us to contact.
Medicals may require some travel depending on available appointments.
If you're successful we'll call you to offer you a role as a WorkSafe Health and Safety Inspector.
If you're successful as a WorkSafe Health and Safety Inspector, then you must be available to commit to a 3-4 month, full-time induction program.
You’ll be on a six month probation period, inclusive of the induction program.