Terms and Conditions
Approval and editing
All vacancies submitted to Victoria University’s CareerHub website are normally reviewed and approved by Career Development andEmployment staff within two working days. Vacancies are processed Monday to Friday from 9am to 4:30pm, except when the university is closed.
Career Development and Employment reserves the right to reject or withdraw any advertisement from CareerHub without notice or reason, and to alter any aspect of advertisements approved for publishing. Reasons for doing this may include:
- Where non-compliance with these Terms and Conditions has occurred;
- The opportunity is deemed not be be fitting within the general intent and purposes of the online jobs board;
- Misleading or incorrect information has been provided;
- A complaint about the employer or advertiser has been received;
- Where non-compliance with the law is reasonably suspected;
- The vacancy is considered to be inappropriate.
Career Development and Employment will not approve vacancies that:
- are paid by commission only
- are paid at less than award wages
- are based on independent contracting arrangements (self-employment)*
- involve any illegal activity
- are unpaid, voluntary positions where the advertiser is a for-profit or private enterprise – advertisers offering work experience positions should contact the school or faculty direct.
- are unpaid, voluntary postitions where the applicant is expected to pay for or purchase equipment to facilitate the activity
- require employees to pay a deposit or fee, to purchase a product or to pay for training as a condition of employment
Career Development and Employment also will not accept submissions relating to services offered where no specific job is available.
*An exception is Osteopathy and Health Services industries where this type of arrangement is becoming more common. We ask advertisers to include the following disclaimer in the Details section:
“Disclaimer: VU’s department of Career Development & Employment advertises job opportunities as a service to you the student. Reference in any advertisement on our CareerHub website to a specific job opportunity, clinic or practitioner does not constitute endorsement or recommendation by Victoria University. There is much to consider when entering into private contracting arrangements, or working as an Associate in a clinic. Osteopathy practitioners may be required to have their own ABN, insurances, association fees, and may be required to pay service fees to the clinic. Please consider if this type of business arrangement is suitable for you and make your own enquiries before proceeding to enter into any business contracts.”
Learning in the Workplace and Community (LiWC)
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is an umbrella term for a range of approaches and strategies that help students engage with industry in workplace and community settings. WIL experiences include placements, project work, field work, practicum and simulations and are usually completed for course credit.
If you would like further information or to find out which model of LiWC will best suit your organisation’s circumstances, please visit the Work Integrated Learning web page or contact us for further information.
T: (03) 9919 4944
Advertisers must comply with the Workplace Relations Act 1996, Trade Practices Act 1974, Fair Trading Act 1999, Equal Opportunity Act 1995, Racial Discrimination act 1975, Privacy Act 1988, Sex Discrimination Act 1984, Disability Discrimination Act 1994, Age Discrimination Act 2004, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Act 1986 as well as applicable anti-discrimination and fair trade laws in the advertiser’s State or Territory of operation.
Although Career Development and Employment’s CareerHub website is intended for use by Victoria University students and recent graduates only, we cannot guarantee that others will not view and apply for advertised vacancies. Career Development and Employment accepts no responsibility for screening applicants and gives no assurance as to the suitability of any student, graduate or other person who applies for any advertised position.
Victoria University and its staff are not liable to advertisers and other users in respect of any loss or damage that may arise directly or indirectly from the use of CareerHub.
Advertisers agree to indemnify Victoria University’s department of Career Development and Employment and its staff against all liabilities, costs, action and charges incurred by Career Development and Employment as a result of an advertiser’s use of CareerHub.
Use of data
Career Development and Employment may at any time use information provided by advertisers to contact them regarding issues with specific postings, CareerHub service information, additional employer services and other related VU activities. Information provided is for the sole use of Career Development and Employment for these purposes.
These Terms and Conditions may change at any time without notice.