Thank you for your interest in applying for a role at Bethany Community Support.
Please note that we only accept applications for advertised positions and do not store resumes. Applications should be made electronically via this website.
Please have the following documents ready to upload, and saved as separate files in .doc or PDF format. (Please note that we are unable to accept files with a .docx extension. Please save files in Word .doc or PDF format):
- Cover letter
- Response to key selection criteria (refer to position description)
View current vacancies, and apply for positions here. Click on the position you are interested in, and read the relevant position description carefully.
If you do not receive a confirmation email within 24 hours of submitting your application, or if you are having difficulty uploading documents, please contact the Manager, People and Culture on (03) 5278 8122.
The application process
All submitted applications will be reviewed. If you are successful in securing an interview you can expect to hear from us within a few weeks of the application closing dates.
All applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application at the end of the recruitment process.
Successful candidates will be required to undergo a Police Check and must hold a current Employee Working With Children license prior to their commencement at Bethany.
Offers of employment will be subject to the successful candidate providing original or certified copies of qualifications and licenses relevant to the role.
Bethany may use the Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) system to verify that candidates have the right to work in Australia.
All new employees undergo a six month probationary period.
All information supplied with your application is collected solely for the purpose of recruitment and will not be used for any other reason, unless the candidate is successful in securing the position. Unsuccessful applicant details will be kept for a period of six months following the closure of the vacancy and then destroyed, ensuring compliance with privacy legislation.