The Recruitment Process
All applications are initially considered and shortlisted by matching applicants’ key skills and experience against the role’s key requirements.
What happens once I’ve been shortlisted?
Our recruitment process is tailored to each individual job and typical elements may include:
- An initial phone interview. Applicants may be required to confirm details or answer preliminary questions during the screening process.
- One or more interviews. These may be face-to-face, via phone or teleconference. Interviews are usually conducted with the hiring manager in conjunction with a member from the TA Recruitment team. Our interviews comprise of a range of behavioural questions that specifically relate to competencies and responsibilities of the role.
- Group interview sessions. Group interviews are widely used for Australian Open tournament positions and typically comprise of activities and scenarios designed to simulate the work environment and assess interpersonal, communication, teamwork and problem-solving skills.
- Practical assessment activity. Depending on the inherent requirements of the role, practical activities may form part of the recruitment process.
- Reference checks.
- Validation of qualifications and certificates.
- National police record checks.
- Working with children checks.
We have embedded principles of fairness and equity into our recruitment process to ensure we keep our business operations and workplace fair and free from all forms of inequality and discrimination.
What we’re looking for
Selection decisions are based on the role’s key requirements, the applicant’s previous experience, key skills and attributes the applicant can bring to the role as well as team, organisational and cultural fit.
Consider your application a chance to put your best foot forward.