Selection process


To apply for a position with us you need to submit an online application through our current opportunities page.

You will need to provide:

  • Your personal details
  • A page pitch telling us how your skills, experience and qualifications makes you the best candidate for this opportunity
  • Your résumé, detailing your work experience and qualifications

Once we receive your application, our selection committee will read it and determine whether you will be shortlisted for progression to the next stage of the assessment process.



We use a range of techniques to assess and validate skills, experience, qualifications and fit for the role. This may include:

  • Written tasks
  • Phone or in-person interviews
  • Referee reports
  • Other assessments

You should be available for assessment from the date applications close. If you will not be contactable for any length of time during the selection process, you should advise the relevant contact officer.



Referee reports enable the selection committee to verify the information obtained in your application and during assessment activities. Your referees may be contacted at any stage during the selection process.

It is important that you advise your referees you have applied for a role at Sport Integrity Australia, and that you feel confident they will be able to support the information you have provided.



We make all selection decisions based on merit.

This means that the:

  • Selection process is fair and consistent
  • Assessment is based on the inherent requirements of the role
  • Process determines the best person for the role is selected

We will contact you to advise you of the outcome by phone or email.

If you are placed in a merit pool, this means that while you may not receive an offer of employment in the process you applied for, you may be considered for similar roles that arise in Sport Integrity Australia over the next 12 months.



If you are the selected candidate you will be contacted to discuss your engagement. This will include things like your classification, salary, security clearance and start date. You will also need to complete any relevant new starter paperwork.


Security Clearance

It is important to note that before you can commence at Sport Integrity Australia, you must undergo a security assessment (referee and Australian Federal Police check) and gain a valid security clearance. This will usually take 6 weeks, but can take longer in some circumstances.



If you have questions about the application or selection process, please email: