Recruitment Process

The Recruitment process

The recruitment process varies from role to role, but the general process is outlined below.

 

How to apply

Opportunities are advertised on the Seek website. To ensure that you are alerted when a new opportunity becomes available, you may wish to create a job alert on the Seek website using the key word ‘Mirait’ as your filter.

First impressions count, so ensure your CV is up to date and highlights skills and experience relevant to the job for which you are applying. This will give you the best chance of being short-listed for the next stage. There may be additional role specific questions which you'll need to answer so we can consider your application.

 

Interviews

Interviews provide an opportunity for us to get to know you, and for you to obtain more information about us and the role you've applied for. Interviews will take place with a representative from Human Resources, the hiring manager or a combination of both. The number and type of interviews may vary based on the role you are applying for.

 

Employment reference and medical assessments

Shortlisted applicants will be subject to verbal reference checks being conducted with two current or previous line Managers / Supervisors. Employees may also be required to complete a medical assessment which includes drug and alcohol testing. If you do not complete and pass these checks, your consideration for the role will be withdrawn.

 

Residency, citizenship and visa requirements

To be considered for a role with MTA, you must be an Australian resident, citizen or hold appropriate visa requirements to work in Australia at the time of application.

 

Recruitment agencies

MTA doesn't accept unsolicited resumes. We will not recognise an entitlement to an introduction or placement fee unless the agency has been briefed by the HR Director on a specific position for which we've requested candidates.