Landing a government job within the Department of Justice in Victoria will all come down to how you have prepared. Below you will find information concerning this process regardless of the role or programme you have applied for. The Victoria Justice Department recruitment process may include:
|Victorian Government Job Application Checklist|
|✔️||I have printed out to carefully read and understand the position description and responsibilities. I also meet each of the qualification, certification, and license requirements needed for the role.|
|✔️||I have done my research regarding the role, function, and values of the organisation to which I have applied.|
|✔️||I have updated my CV/ resume and have completed the selection criteria using the SAO (Situation, Action, Outcome) method to ensure my invitation for an interview.|
|✔️||I have made sure that my application is easily readable using simple English phrasing and have checked my grammar.|
Some positions and programmes may require your participation in an assessment centre. This includes some entry-level positions as well as graduate programmes and internships.
Department of Justice jobs will often begin with a screening process including a review of your CV, a brief initial interview, and employment exams. The purpose of this process is to ensure that you possess each of the skills and personality traits desired to fulfill the duties of the job being offered. If you are determined to have the profile matching the job responsibilities as well as the Department of Justices’ culture and values, you will be more likely to receive a job offer.
JobTestPrep’s extensive online catalogue includes practice tests and study guides for assessments you will likely face during the Department of Justice Victoria recruitment process. These tests include those for situational judgment, personality questionnaires, numerical and verbal reasoning, abstract and logical reasoning, as well as Microsoft Office.
If you are applying for a role as a Department of Justice prison officer, you will likely need to take and pass a situational judgment exam as part of your recruitment requirements, while administrative roles may require an Excel test. By practising for your assessments beforehand, you will give yourself a major advantage over other applicants who may be vying for the same position.
|Other Victorian Government Departments|
|Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport & Resources||Department of Education & Training|
|Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning||Department of Health & Human Services|
|Department of Premier & Cabinet||Department of Treasury & Finance|
|Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission||Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner|
|Victorian Auditor-General's Office||Victorian Ombudsman|
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