Online career support

Plan your career, improve your skills and perfect your applications anytime, anywhere with RMIT’s online resources.

These free resources will help you plan and perfect each step of your job application, give you the tools to create an actionable career plan, and open the door to millions of jobs in Australia and around the world.

Take this short quiz to evaluate your knowledge of job applications, identify your areas of strength, and receive a personalised report on how you can improve your career skills. Re-take the quiz over time to track your progress.

Learn about employability traits like problem solving, pesonal development, leadership customer service and more with these videos and learning resources. You can also better understand your strengths, motivations and values by taking a self assessment on key skills like your motivations and leadership style.

The Career Plan tool helps you analyse your skills, build confidence and stay motivated. Use the tasks provided or set your own goals, then monitor and record your progress. You can also create reminder emails, set deadlines and download your tasks.

Looking for inside information about getting a job? Choose from hundreds of employer videos featuring experienced hiring managers and career coaches, they'll give you advice on starting your career and succeeding in the workplace.

Explore employment opportunities on Career Centre and use the job board to find millions of jobs in over 50 countries – from thousands of job sites, newspapers, recruiters and company career sites.

Find out everything you need to know about self-employment with videos, tutorials and articles. Learn about all your options and whether self-employment is a good career choice for you.

Watch the quick start video and follow each stage, listening to advice from employers, to create an expert resume based on employer requirements. You can choose your template and populate it following the advice gained, and once completed, download your resume to use for job applications.

Use CV360, an automated tool, to see how your resume scores and discover how to improve it.

Follow step-by-step instructions and examples to write a professional cover letter. Once completed, you can download your cover letter and use it for job applications.

Some job applications may require applicants to include a statement addressing the position’s key selection criteria. The selection criteria are the personal qualities, skills, abilities, knowledge and qualifications an employer has identified as necessary to perform a role effectively.

For guidance and tips on how to address key selection criteria, see the Career Centre resources below (login required).

Get confident for interviews, practice your interview technique with questions selected by leading hiring managers. You can record your mock interview and then compare your responses against advice from employers who explain the difference between strong and weak answers. You can also upload your resume to CV360 and have mock interview questions automatically generated based on your own personal skills and experience!

An elevator pitch is an energetic summary about you, your goals and what you can offer. It’s an effective way to sell yourself in less than sixty seconds. Use the elevator pitch builder to create your own pitch to use at networking events, with potential contacts or at the start of job interviews.

Some recruitment processes will include an aptitude test. Often, aptitude tests can evaluate your literacy and numeracy. They can also test your creativity, problem solving ability, commmunication and other skills. Use practice tests to get familiar with aptitude tests.

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