It is up to you to find your own placement, but don't worry – we can help!
A WIL team member or your Course Coordinator can guide you on where to apply for roles. You may consider:
- Career Hub
- Jobs on Campus
- LinkedIn Jobs
- Company websites
- Job sites e.g. Seek, CareerOne, Indeed
- Your networks (e.g. family, club)
Apply for every relevant opportunity you can!
The landscape is always competitive and you may get ten, twenty or more unsuccessful applications. Don't let this deter you, you need to be resilient and ensure that every application you put in is the best it can be so you can secure a fantastic position!
The WIL team are here to help!
Applying for a placement is just like applying for a job. Preparation and perseverance will help you get your role!
Boost your chances
- how to write a resume that stands out
- tips on applications
- how to be succeed at interviews.
Academic prerequisites and non-academic prerequisites may be required for some organisations to be successfully placed. Some examples may be (but not limited to):
- police checks
- immunisations (Important requirements and details)
To understand what academic requirements you must satisfy speak to one of our WIL team members today.
Did you know trained Career Consultants run weekly employability workshops? From the basics of writing a resume to networking and interviewing, check out the full list of events on Careerhub and register!
Pop into the Job Shop
The Careers and Employability Job Shop is your drop in service centre for all things Career related!
Visit the Job Shop for information about:
- Job skills workshops and networking sessions
- Careers events
- Resume tips
- Assistance with our range of online careers resources.
No matter what your question might be, you can drop in and see our friendly Peer Career Assistants.
Building 10, Level 4, Room 70
Monday to Friday: 9am–5pm