Office Roles Application Process
Find a role to apply for
Visit our Careers page or the SEEK website to see our current job opportunities. When you apply for a vacancy, be sure to include your responses to the role requirements in your resume to improve your chance for success. It usually takes us around one to two weeks to process applications.
The first stage is a phone call with one of our Talent Acquisition Consultants. You’ll receive an overview of KinCare and the role you have applied for before discussing your application in detail. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and find out the next steps in the process.
If you’ve been directly approached for a role, this step is skipped and you’ll have your application reviewed by the management team.
Our team will share your application with the management team and if successful, we’ll be in touch to arrange an interview with members of our management team. This is your chance to share clear and specific examples of your skills, knowledge, and experience to truly put your case forward.
We encourage you to ask questions too, as it’s important that you understand the role, the expectations, and KinCare itself. If the role requires it, you may be asked to attend a second interview with other managers or stakeholders within the business.
If the management team are happy to proceed, we’ll notify you of the next steps which includes employment reference checks. Your referees should be direct managers, team leaders or supervisors from your current or previous employers, not personal references. Once the reference checks are completed, they are sent to the management team for final approval.
Offer of employment
If all goes well, we’ll be in touch straight away to make a formal offer of employment. Once we confirm some details, we’ll organise your offer letter and new starter paperwork which is sent to you electronically.
Police and work rights checks
You’ll also be asked to complete new police and work rights checks. Depending on your role, you’ll need to provide some additional compliance documentation in line with company and industry policies.