Frequently asked questions

 

Frequently asked questions

NEC expertise and technology creates a smarter future through innovative, effective ICT-enabled solutions for our enterprise and government customers. With NEC’s finely-tuned approach, customer projects go live with greater productivity, streamlined operations and improved security.
 

Can I apply for multiple roles?

Yes. We encourage you to apply for any role that you think suits your skills and experience.

 

What does flexible location mean?

We have offices in VIC, NSW, QLD, WA, SA, ACT and NT. A 'flexible' position can work from any of these offices.

 

Is there a closing date for the vacancies?

Our recruitment cycle normally takes up to 4 week. Please apply via the NEC careers site as soon as possible, we will assess applications as they are received.

 

Will I be required to undergo a Police Check before commencement?

Yes, as part of our on boarding process all employees are required obtain a police check

 

How quickly can I start?

Your commencement date will be agreed by yourself and the hiring manager prior to the offer stage.

Our recruitment process

1. Apply
2: Shortlist
3: Interview
4: Background Check
5: Offer

 

Does NEC sponsor visas?

Our first preference is to support local talent, however this would depend on the role and the skills required.

 

What can I expect after I apply to an advertised position?

A Talent Acquisition Business Partner will be touch with you if your skills match the requirements of the role. Please note due to the volume of applications we receive most of the communication will be via email.

 

Will I be notified if I am unsuccessful?

Yes. We advise all the candidates at the end of the recruitment process.

 

How many rounds of interviews take place?

This would largely depend on the number of applicants and the seniority of the role. The number of interviews can range from 1-3.

 

Will I be provided feedback?

If you have attended an interview and were unsuccessful, we try to provide feedback wherever possible. However we are not able to provide specific feedback if you have been unsuccessful at the application review stage.

 

How should I prepare for an interview?

The interviews questions will be a mix of functional/technical and behavioural based questions. Make sure you do some research on the company and our offerings by visiting our website.

 

At what stage do I have to provide referee details?

If you are assessed suitable at the interview stage, we will request you to provide details of two referees' (ideally one supervisor and one peer) from your most recent experience.