Am I eligible to apply for a position at Griffith?
General staff positions (non-academic) are open to Australian residents. New Zealand citizens are eligible to apply for these roles.
Can all Hiring Managers see what I have applied for?
No. They will only see those positions for which they have been involved in the hiring process.
Can I attach additional information to my application?
The only documents you are able to submit are those listed in the application process found in the position description. To attach additional information, please include it in your cover letter.
Can I make changes to my application (Open and Closed Jobs)?
Please use the Application Queries Contact listed on the advertisement and request to amend your application form and attachments. Unfortunately, once advertising has closed you will not be able to make changes to your application.
Can I submit an application to a job that has closed?
To submit a late application, please contact the relevant Application Query Contact listed on the advertisement. Please include the reason for submitting a late application.
Do I need to submit my academic transcripts with my application?
For applications to academic teaching positions, please submit your transcripts as part of your application. For applications to general roles (non-academic) this is not required, unless your application is successful.
How do I apply for a position at Griffith?
All current vacancies are advertised on the University's Jobs at Griffith website. All applications are submitted online by clicking the "Apply" button located at the bottom of the advertisement.
If I am successful in my job application, can I bring my long service leave with me to Griffith?
The University will recognise all prior continuous paid full-time and part-time service within Australian universities and inter-university bodies, provided that if you have taken a period of long service leave or have been paid in lieu of long service leave, this period will be deducted from any entitlement due. Please note that Government bodies are not recognised. For further information, please refer to the respective Enterprise Agreements for Academic Staff or General Staff.
What is the difference between a fixed term appointment and a continuing appointment?
A continuing appointment is made for an indefinite period subject to resignation, or the probationary, retirement, termination, change and redundancy provisions of the University.
A fixed term appointment is made for a specified period of time. Both types of appointment can be made on a full-time or part-time basis.
When will I know if I have been successful?
Shortlisted applicants are generally notified of their progression within two weeks of the position advertisement closing. Contact is made via phone in the first instance. Unsuccessful, non-shortlisted candidates will be notified by email of the selection outcome.