At Learning Links we work collaboratively to achieve our vision of a community where difficulties with learning are no longer a barrier to a fulfilling life. We believe in inclusiveness, diversity, and equality and encourage talented people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply to our vacancies.
Applicants who meet our selection criteria will be asked to attend an interview, provide two approved referees, and agree to the required pre-employment checks.
The Learning Links recruitment process is detailed bellow.
- Identify a job opportunity you would like to apply for, click on the red ‘apply now’ button at the bottom of the job advertisement to open our online application form.
- Enter your email address and set up a password to use to login to view the progress of your application or to update your application details.
- Upload your resume and a cover letter if you have prepared one.
- If your application is short listed, you will be contacted to arrange a suitable time interview time.
- Note: If you do not have an email address or need assistance with the online application process, contact the recruitment team.
Preparing for interview
- The interview is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your transferable skills and experience. When responding to questions, we suggest you keep your responses succinct and make sure you include details of a previous situation, any actions that you took and the outcome. Don’t talk about what you would do, but what you did in a real situation.
- We recommend reading the position description and preparing a few examples of when you have done similar roles/tasks that demonstrate how you meet the requirements of the role.
- If you attend an interview, you will be asked to provide two work referees who are people you currently or have previously reported to who can speak about your skills and knowledge. It is best to confirm with your referees their willingness to act as referees before nominating them. It is helpful if you send your referees a copy of the position description or tell them about the role you are applying for. This way they will be prepared to answer our questions on your background and experience.
- Learning Links require a range of pre-employment screening which may include a Working with Children Check, a National Police Check, and a Working Rights Check. We will obtain your consent prior to conducting any checks.
The Learning Links recruitment process is open to anyone from overseas but Learning Links will only consider applications from applicants who have the right to work in Sydney Australia and will ask for evidence of this right.
Our current vacancies
Check out our list of current vacancies on offer at Learning Links across our many offices. Join our team and you will be on the next steps of your exciting and rewarding career in the not for profit sector.