Bringing you on Board

Bringing You On Board

  1. We would be delighted to receive your résumé and a covering letter that tells us what interests you about the role and joining the Better Health Network team. Details of your qualifications and any relevant professional registrations are also vital, so please include these in your résumé.
  2. Each role at Better Health Network has defined requirements and competencies that are required to be successful. We use these competencies to determine the screening criteria for each role and to complete a review of your application.
  3. If your application meets the core requirements for the role, then it’s time to chat. Our talent acquisition team will be in contact for an initial conversation, confirming the details of your application and providing a brief overview of the role and Better Health Network.
  4. A shortlist of candidates will proceed to the interview stage. This is a chance for us to talk through the role and the opportunities it offers in more detail. We’ll discuss your skills, technical knowledge and suitability for the position and are also very keen to answer any questions that you may have.
  5. Following a successful interview process, we progress to the final stage of the recruitment process, with pre-employment checks. These include employment references, professional qualification and/or registration confirmation, Police checks, Working with Children Checks and NDIS Worker Screening Checks if required.
  6. With the recruitment process completed, the successful candidate will receive a verbal offer of employment, followed by a letter of employment and employment agreement. Our Talent Acquisition coordinator is still in contact with you to answer any questions you may have about the offer and starting process.
  7. We love welcoming new team members on board and aim to have you feeling at home in your new role from day one. Our induction program is extensive, and you’ll also have the support of a buddy, your team and our leaders to help settle into your role.