Completing the online application
Many of the questions in the application forms are mandatory. These fields are marked with an asterisk (*) and you will be unable to submit an application until all of these fields are completed.
The answers you provide allow us to assess your skills, experience and preferences against the position/s you are applying for and/or match you to future vacancies within Myer.
Please ensure the e-mail address you provide is appropriate, correct and valid. Our primary source of contact is via e-mail so please be sure to regularly check your e-mails and ensure Myer is not blocked as spam!
Indicating your availability
When applying for store team positions, please indicate the times you are usually available to work in a seven-day period. Most Myer stores trade seven days a week, including late night trading until 9pm on Thursday and/or Friday. View trading hours for Myer stores in your area.
The greater your availability, the more likely we will be able to match you to a suitable vacancy. During the Christmas trade period, to be considered for a store position you will need to ensure your availability from approximately November through to February. Team members may not be able to reduce hours during this time.
Providing your resume
If you submit a resume please ensure it is up-to-date with relevant information that relates to the position/s you are applying for. Your resume can be updated at anytime via the Applicant Services page.
Submitting the application
Upon receipt of your application, you will receive an email notification. If you do not receive this within one business day, please check that your e-mail address is correct and that Myer is not blocked as spam.
You can check the status of your application at any time via by logging into the Applicant Services page. Before submitting your application, be sure to take a note of the email address you have provided and the password you created as these will be your log-in details.
Understanding our applicant assessment process
- Role Requirements
All applicants are initially considered and short-listed by matching applicants' key skills and experience against the role's key requirements.
- Initial phone interview/questions
The applicant may be required to confirm details or answer preliminary questions to assist in the screening process.
- Group interview criteria
Group interviews and activities are used widely within our Store Recruitment Process. In these situations the HR Officer is predominately identifying how the individual interacts and communicates with others in the group.
- Behavioural interview criteria
During a Behavioural Interview the candidate is asked to give specific examples from their previous working experience. The HR Officer or Line Manager is looking for the applicant to step them through the situation and outline what action they, as an individual, took and the outcome of the situation. Generally giving examples from the last two years is best.
- Line manager input
The Line Manager, in consultation with the HR Officer, makes the final hiring decision.
- Best match
Final decisions are based on the role's key requirements, the applicant's previous experience, the skills and attributes the applicant can bring to the role and the team dynamics.