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Recruitment officer

Role and key duties

Recruitment officers interview applicants to determine their job requirements and suitability for particular jobs, assess their training needs and help employers to find suitable staff.

Duties may include: interviewing people looking for work and recording relevant personal and work details; receiving and recording job vacancy information from employers, including details such as duties involved, working conditions, hours, pay, any experience needed and training that is available; organising advertising, interviewing and the selection processes for recruitment campaigns; interviewing job seekers and preparing shortlists of candidates for referral to prospective employers; providing applicants with information about the job including hoursand pay, tasks, responsibilities and working conditions; and checking references and suitability of applicants before referring them to employers for an interview.

Minimum qualification required

Completion of a Diploma or Advanced Diploma of Human Resources Management.

Recommended qualification

Degree in Psychology or Human Resources Management.



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Human resources (HR)
Every organisation wants to recruit talented staff and ensure that their employment conditions and training remain attractive in a competitive market. Careers in human resources include helping the Victorian Government to attract, recruit and retain employees, providing training and development programs and administering employee benefit programs.
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