We review all applications against the deliverables in our position description. If your skills and experience match we’ll contact you via phone or email.
At Allianz Partners, we give priority to protecting the privacy of your personal information throughout our recruitment process. We do this by handling personal information in a responsible manner and in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). On some occasions such as in respect of applications by EU citizens, or where we outsource processing of personal information to a trusted 3rd party in the EU, the European law (the GDPR) will apply and we abide by that law as well.
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2. Phone screen
We’ll call you for an initial conversation that helps us to determine your suitability. Be prepared to discuss salary expectations, elaborate on your experience, and answer some competency-based questions.
3. Interviews commence
Short-listed candidates will be invited to an interview, either for an assessment centre or a face-to-face behavioural interview. You may need to bring identification, copies of credentials and proof of eligibility to work in Australia.
4. Additional testing
Depending on the role we may ask you to complete skills assessments that help us verify your ability to meet specific job requirements.
5. Background Checks
We’ll contact your referees after seeking your approval. We may also conduct relevant background checks and ask that you complete a criminal history check (role specific).
Well Done! You have been offered a role with Allianz Partners. Your offer is subject to all necessary checks being completed in accordance with our policies.
On acceptance of the verbal offer we will send you a contract and any associated paperwork for you to complete prior to starting.
You’ll receive a warm welcome and a formal induction to help you understand our business, get to know your team, and familiarise yourself with the culture and systems of Allianz Partners.