The OPR strives to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals based on merit, qualifications and ability. The OPR is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, colour, religion, gender, nationality, age, disability or otherwise.
Apply – All applications must be made to firstname.lastname@example.org by the indicated deadline in order to be considered.
At the second stage of interviews, candidates who were successful in face-to-face interviews will be invited to complete an assignment. These assignments are designed to assess your skills relevant to the role and may be in the form a case study, presentation or in-tray assessment.
For all interviews candidates are asked to walk with their original academic certificates and one (1) copy, two (2) forms of ID and two (2) professional references.
For more tips on how to prepare for your interview, please see the “Interview Tips” tab above.
Outcome – After our internal evaluations are completed, the successful candidate will be placed through our final screening process which includes both background and reference checks. Once a successful screening report is received, an offer is extended to the successful candidate in writing.
All candidates participating in the interview process who were not successful will be notified via email once the position has been filled. The OPR encourages persons to apply for future roles which may arise in the future.
Onboarding – The final stage of our recruitment process is your onboarding. To help you get ready for your new journey with us, we’ll provide you with an orientation session as well as complete the necessary documents and information to begin your career.
If you have been invited to an interview, you are in the race and running. Now we are ready to know more about you and how you may be the right fit for us. To help you prepare for the interview, here are some useful tips:
- Prepare, but be relaxed – To some interviews are intimidating, but our main goal is to learn more about you and your relevant skills and experience. Be natural, confident and clear in your responses.
- Listen – With a panel interview you will receive questions from different persons throughout the meeting. Listen carefully to the question being asked and ensure you provide a complete response that best answers it.
- Make an Impact – The interview is your best chance to stand out and your responses to our questions should tell us why you are the best person for the role. Use specific examples to tell us how you contributed to an organisation or team, what were some major accomplishments and also, when things did not go well and how you handled it.
- Ask questions – The interview is also your opportunity to assess whether our organisation is the right place for you. Asking questions shows your interest and can further help you understand what will be expected in the role and at the OPR.