We follow the same process for hiring our team mates regardless of the position being filled, whether entry-level or leadership - all follow the same path.
We want you to have the best chance of success in becoming a part of Grange. To help we've laid out our process below so you will know what to expect as you embark on your journey.
Need more? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions.
We want to understand why you are the best fit for the role you are applying for and your résumé will be our first window into why that is true.
So whilst it may be tempting to upload the same file you've used in every other job application — we suggest you instead try to tailor it to Grange and the role.
This will give you the best chance for success.
Whilst there aren't any minimum or maximum length limitations we do appreciate concise resumes.
If our hiring team only read your first page, would they have enough information to make a decision?
If you think a cover letter will add value - ensure it is targetted at the role you have applied for.
Our advert will indicate if we expect one. Otherwise it's at your discretion whether you include it.
If you have previously held a leadership role in an organisation we'd love to hear about it.
Try to include details such as your team size and accountabilities.
Have you recently graduated from tertiary / vocational studies or don't have an extensive work history?
Instead highlight relevant academic work that would relate to the role instead of employment history.
If you're applying for a technical role and including projects you have been a key part of, we'd love to know what happened after delivery.
- What feedback did you receive?
- What were your measures of success?
- How did they perform?
Try to emphasize any employment history or skills that are related or applicable to the job listing.
Use the advert as your guide for what we're looking for and tailor your résumé to it.
Once you have found a role amongst our openings that fits with where you want to take your career, the next step is to fill out your application online.
Here you'll have the opportunity to provide your résumé and any related documentation and let us know how we can get in contact with you.
You will also be presented with a series of role-specific questions to fill out. These help us understand how well you will mesh with the expectations of the role.
Our hiring team will review your application against our selection criteria for the role. If we feel you could be a good fit you will progress into our interview and assessment process.
While the exact steps may differ slightly for different roles or teams, the same basics apply regardless of the position.
- Short Call
- Site Visit
- Pre-employment Screening
To help you get ready we have a guide to prepare for interviews.
One of our hiring team may organise a call by phone or video to explore your résumé and understand a little more about you.
We want to understand your interest in the role, career goals and strengths that may not be readily apparent from your application.
We will schedule an in-person or online interview to learn more about you, your experiences, and how you have handled different situations.
Your interview panel will include the hiring manager, recruitment team member and/or a peer from the team
You may be invited to visit the work site where the role will be based as part of the recruitment process.
This is a great opportunity to get a feel for the work conditions, ammenities, and meet the broader team.
You may be expected to complete health assessments, due dilligence questionnaires, right-to-work checks, criminal background checks and reference checks.
We'll walk you through each step of this process if it's required.
After we've finished our assessments, we'll collate all your information and review it against our other candidates.
If the hiring team decides that you are the best fit for the role and the team we'll be in touch to go through the next steps.
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if I don't get an interview?
Many Grange employees applied for previous roles at Grange before they eventually made it to the interview stage.
If you are not successful in your application it can often be a result of the team composition we are looking for, rather than a reflection of your skills or qualifications.
Don't let a lack of success on your first application stop you from applying to other roles at Grange in the future.
Will you let me know when a job has been filled?
If you haven’t heard from us in three months about an application, we likely proceeded with other candidates for that particular role.
However, our recruitment team might reach out in the future if we find a different potential match for your skills, interests, and experience.