Your questions answered
How often do employment opportunities become available at CELOTTI WORKFORCE?
Our business is growing, and with that, the frequency of new job opportunities is too. Visit our Job Search page to discover the latest jobs on offer on major projects and with leading companies in all areas of Australia: metropolitan, regional and remote.
What sort of employment benefits does CELOTTI WORKFORCE provide its staff?
At CELOTTI, we believe that our workforce is our most valuable asset. We make sure the benefits we offer give each and every member of our team the ability to achieve an excellent work/life balance and help to move careers forward.
How do I apply for employment opportunities at CELOTTI WORKFORCE?
You have two options:
APPLY FOR A POSITION: You can apply for a specific position by visiting our Job Search page and clicking APPLY NOW on the position you desire. You will contacted by a CELOTTI Recruitment Team Member regarding the specific position you have applied for. Your resume and details will also be held in our recruitment database so that we can consider you for other future employment opportunities as well.
REGISTER WITH US: You can generally Register With Us and your details will be stored in our recruitment database, ready for future positions as they arise. A CELOTTI Recruitment Consultant will be in touch when a relevant position becomes available to you.
I have applied for a specific role, what are the next steps in the recruitment process?
Our Recruitment Team will assess your application against the selection criteria for the position. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted by one of our Recruitment Consultants to discuss the next steps.
Will I be notified if I was unsuccessful?
We will notify you if you have not been successful in acquiring the role. You will receive a notification only if you have applied directly to a position.
I’m not interested in a specific position at this time, can I submit my resume for future job opportunities?
Yes, we are always keen to hear from people in our industries who wish to grow and develop their careers further. You can Register With Us or simply send us your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and a consultant will be in touch to discuss future job opportunities with you.
Do CELOTTI WORKFORCE offer recruitment positions within the organisation?
Absolutely, we are always on the lookout for talented individuals to join our team. Visit our Careers at CELOTTI page to find out more!
Are there opportunities to develop my career within CELOTTI WORKFORCE?
Yes. We believe in the advancement and growth of our team. All positions are advertised internally first, as we encourage promotion from within where possible.
What is the interview process at CELOTTI?
Our selection process can vary between roles and depending on client requirements, but as a general rule, shortlisted candidates will participate in a telephone interview, followed by a face-to-face interview with CELOTTI and/or a client representative, pre-employment psychometric assessment and medical screening may take place, followed by reference checking and finally, an offer.
Do CELOTTI WORKFORCE do background checks and medical screening?
Yes, we do. The degree to which these are conducted can depend on the position and/or our client’s requirements. At a minimum, we always conduct at least two employment reference checks with recent employers and preferably direct supervisors at those places of employment. Pre-employment screening for some roles can be very vigorous, involving complete medical assessment including drug and alcohol screening as well as personal and professional background checking and national and international police checks. Psychometric assessment may also be required for some positions.
My recruiter has told me my interview will include some behaviour based questions. What are these and how do I prepare?
Behavioural job interview questions are based on the premise that past behaviour is the best predictor of future behaviour. An example is ‘Give me an example of a stressful situation you experienced at work and tell me how you dealt with it’. If we can understand how you have dealt with a stressful situation in the past, it gives us a good idea of how you will handle one in future. Behavioural questions are best answered using specific examples from your past work life, and using the STAR technique as follows:
‘S’/’T’ – Explain the Situation or Task you were faced with;
‘A’ – What Actions did you take in response to the situation or task.
‘R’ – Outline the Result or outcome.
The best way to prepare for a behavioural interview is to review the job ad or position description for the job you are interviewing for, and try to determine the key capabilities for the job. What is the stand out capability requirement? Some examples are Teamwork, Time Management, Leadership, Prioritising, Working under pressure, Conflict, Attention to Detail. Try to think of specific examples from your working life where you have been able to demonstrate these capabilities. Jot down the STAR for each example, and bring them along to your interview to prompt you.
I have been asked to do Psychometric testing. What is this?
Psychometric tests are often used in the recruitment process and allow us to assess your skills, knowledge, intelligence, personality traits, attitudes and ultimately your potential job performance through a set of written or online tests. Answers are usually given in text or multiple choice format. Occasionally answers are provided verbally.
If you have any further questions or queries, do not hesitate to contact us.
Call 1300 235 688