Our Recruitment Team are responsible for ensuring we attract and appoint talented and culturally aligned people to HBF.
HBF careers portal
To find current career opportunities at HBF, you can create a profile on our careers portal. To register, select the ‘sign-in button’ and select ‘sign up as a new user’. You will then need to follow the prompts to create your profile.
You can use your profile to see current career opportunities and apply for roles. You can also update your contact information at any time.
The ‘job alert’ function allows you to create email alerts for roles as they become available. You can do this by selecting ‘work type(s)’, ‘location(s)’ and/or tenure(s).
1. Current career opportunities - develop and grow with HBF!
You can view all our current vacancies through the HBF careers portal.
You can also activate job alerts from your personal profile by selecting Work Type(s), Location(s) and or Tenure(s) and you will receive an email as soon as a new vacancy becomes available.
2. Apply for a vacancy
To apply for a vacancy you will need to register on our HBF careers portal, create a candidate profile, complete a questionnaire, upload your personal details, references, covering letter, resume and submit your application online.
3. Application reviewed
Once the vacancy has closed the recruitment team will review your application against the key selection criteria. If your application has been successfully shortlisted, our recruitment team will contact you to verify your information and conduct a short phone screen. At this point if your application was not successful you’ll be notified via email.
4. Begin interviews
If the outcome of your phone screen was successful, you’ll be contacted by the recruitment team and invited to a competency and behavioural based interview or an assessment centre.
You will be sent an invitation to your nominated email address, this will include details of any skills assessments/psychological testing and related preparatory work that you’ll be required to undertake prior to or as part of the recruitment process.
You will need to bring some information to the interview/assessment centre, including: proof of ID, evidence of your eligibility to work in Australia in the form of a passport or birth certificate (dated before 1986), a driver’s licence, and originals of any qualifications required for the role.
5. We contact your professional referees
The recruitment team will contact you with feedback from your first interview, if you have successfully advanced to the next stage of the recruitment process we’ll ask your permission to contact two of your professional referees.
6. We offer you the role
Upon completion of obtaining two successful references the recruitment team will contact you and make you a job offer.
The verbal offer will include:
- Remuneration package
- Terms and conditions of employment, including tenure and probation
- HBF benefits
- Recommended start date
If you’re happy to accept our offer of employment, you will need to log in to your personal profile via the HBF Careers portal and accept the position online and download your written offer letter and contract of employment.
7. Police clearance
We will ask you to provide a National Police Clearance certificate dated within 12 months of your start date. National Police Certificates are obtained at your expense. Original Certificates will be returned to you after a copy has been made.
8. Pre-employment welcome call & preparing for your first day
Your People Leader will call you a few days before the arranged start date. They will be able to answer any questions you may have, provide an overview of what to expect in your first week, confirm the start date and time and provide advice on parking and transport options.
We recognise that a good start is critical to ensuring that you feel welcome when you join HBF. Therefore, a human resources representative will greet you and give you the information on our organisation.