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Advertise your employment opportunities to our students and graduates via CareerHub, RMIT’s student jobs board. CareerHub connects businesses directly with our student talent, making it easier than ever to find the right people for your organisation. Share your opportunities with a wide range of students from various disciplines and study levels.


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RMIT On Demand

Access exceptional student and graduate talent for hourly, daily or project work. We’ve interviewed and screened the brightest and most engaged students who have the skills, knowledge and eagerness to dive into their chosen professions. There are over 150 final year students and graduates ready to work now.

Benefits for business

It’s quick and easy to advertise your vacancy on CareerHub. Simply register, post your job and and begin attracting quality candidiates. Start searching for your next staff member today.

Advertise to 82,000 students

Including undergraduate, postgraduate and alumni from a range of disciplines.

Free to sign up and use

CareerHub is a free service, allowing you to find the perfect fit for your organisation without the cost.

On-campus interviews

RMIT can provide a suitable, convenient venue and interview assistance services.

Conduct on-campus interviews

Interview venues

RMIT offers interview and testing venues at our city campus in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.

We have a selection of conveniently located facilities with features to suit your needs. 

Interview services

We can assist with notifying successful applicants of the interview time and place, scheduling the interviews and setting up video conferencing. We can also facilitate catering once you've made arrangements with your chosen provider.

Booking information

Please Log in or register for CareerHub and complete the Campus Interviews booking form. Bookings are required a minimum of 10 working days prior to the interview date. All bookings are subject to review and approval by RMIT University.

Frequently asked questions

The national minimum wage is currently $19.49 per hour or $740.80 per 38 hour week (before tax, as of July 1, 2019). Casual employees covered by the national minimum wage also get at least a 25 per cent casual loading. There are different pay entitlements for juniors, apprentices and trainees.

Junior pay rates - under 21 years of age

Juniors get paid a percentage of the relevant adult pay rate unless:

  • the award, enterprise agreement or other registered agreement doesn't have junior rates, or

  • they have completed an apprenticeship and are trade qualified.

Apprentice pay rates

An employee can only be paid apprentice pay rates if they have a formal training contract with their employer. The training has to be registered and recognised by a state or territory training authority. These employees do their training through a Registered Training Organisation such as a TAFE. Apprentice pay rates will depend on the length of the apprenticeship and how much training the apprentice has done.

Trainee pay rates

Most trainees get their pay and conditions related to their training from Schedule E in the Miscellaneous Award 2010. They get other entitlements (penalty rates, overtime and allowances) from the industry or occupation award that covers them. Some trainees get their pay rates from their industry or occupation award.

Employees with disability pay rates

The Supported Wage System (SWS) applies to employees with disability who have a reduced work capacity. The Department of Social Services gives out information and advice about who is eligible for the SWS. It also accepts applications for the SWS and can deal with disputes. 

For more information

If a role is covered by an award, you can find the appropriate minimum pay rates by using the Fair Work Ombudsman’s PACT (Pay And Conditions Tool). For other industries and more information, visit the Fair Work Ombudsman website.

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is a term used to describe learning activities that use academic learning in a ‘real life’ situation with a real industry or community partner. This may be an internship (placement) or a partner organisation might provide a project to work on.

These can be paid or unpaid and may be negotiated between students and the partner organisation in accordance with the Fair Work Act. RMIT encourages WIL partner organisations to pay students an award wage. However, students can be placed in unpaid experiences for personal and professional development purposes. Advice is available from RMIT WIL Practitioners in the relevant School.

Students are supported in their preparation activities through:

  • attendance at careers events covering topics such as networking and managing your online presence
  • participating in mock interviews
  • completing the ‘WIL Ready’ set of modules in the RMIT Careers Toolkit
  • accessing a resume and job application review service
  • reading information from their WIL Practitioner about the purpose, aims, roles, expectations, and workplace rights and responsibilities of the WIL activity

RMIT has extensive insurance policies to cover students undertaking WIL activities for the duration of the Agreement. The minimum level of insurance provided by RMIT for all types of Higher Education and Vocational Education WIL activities is student personal accident; public and products liability; and professional indemnity. Your organisation must hold and maintain appropriate public liability insurance. If students are paid employees, your organisation will need to provide WorkCover and all employment insurances including Employer Liability and Worker’s Compensation insurance.

Many students gain employment through their WIL activity. Once a WIL activity has ended, you can negotiate any future arrangements with the student directly. All arrangements must be in accordance with the Fair Work Ombudsman National Employment Standards.

International students are highly educated in their field, with many holding postgraduate or higher degrees. Their specialised expertise, maturity and multilingual skills mean they’re uniquely qualified to work in a variety of Australian industries.

Get in touch

Contact the Industry Engagement Team to learn more about our services and partnership opportunities.

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