How To Apply
We've mapped out the application process from beginning to end.
- Start by clicking the Apply option on the site.
- Search for jobs and stores in your area by entering your postcode.
- Complete our online application form.
- Complete our online quiz.
- You will receive an email confirming receipt of your application.
- If your application is successful, and there are positions available at the store you applied at, we'll invite you to an interview.
IMPORTANT: You must reply, and let us know if you can make it.
- If your interview is successful, you will be contacted and your Welcome and Orientation will be arranged.
Interviews can be daunting - but when you think about it, all you have to be is your best.
We're looking for friendly, smiling, energetic people (just like you!) who value customers and take pride in their appearance.
If you fit the bill, we're not going to worry about a few nerves.
Our training program will equip you with all the skills and confidence you'll need.
We've included some hints that will definitely help...
Know about the Pizza Hut brand
Navigate through our site and find out more about Our Culture, Working Here and The Job.
Set the Scene
Rehearse your interview responses with a friend or family member. It will boost your confidence and help you work out what you're going to say and how you're going to say it. We'll probably ask things like: "Tell us a little about yourself..." And, "Why do you want a job at Pizza Hut?" Money? Freedom? Friends? All of the above? Your friend can tell you, for example, if you're talking too fast - or mumbling - or if your replies are hard to follow.
First impressions count. Make sure your clothes are clean, ironed and appropriate for an interview. That means no heavy make-up, big earrings, overpowering fragrances, jewellery that jangles, unwashed hair or hair that flops into your eyes. Scan clothes for any stains, loose buttons or dodgy hems.
If there are any questions you thought of during the application process, be sure to ask them at your interview. This will further demonstrate to interviewers your interest in the job. Some possible questions may be: "Who will you be reporting to?" "What are my career options?" Or what might my typical shift involve?"
Allow yourself enough time to get to the interview so that you've got at least 10 - 15 minutes to spare when you get there. Obviously, being on time will always impress.
If you're well prepared, you'll find it easier to relax. Make sure you've gone over what you might say, got your clothes sorted and worked out how you're going to get to the interview - and then take your mind of the whole thing by doing something completely different. A good meal beforehand also helps.
Smile and be yourself. Remember that you're talking to a person (just like you) who will be trying (just as hard as you) to get you through the interview. They're actually very nice people, and they really want you to succeed.
What to bring with you
Remember to bring along proof of your identification to work in Australia to comply with Australian legislation, your drivers licence if applying to become a Pizza Hut driver, and photo identification for your interview at the Brisbane call centre.
Your resume is your personal marketing tool, so use it to showcase you and your achievements.
Below is a quick guide on what to do and what to avoid:
- Personal Details - These should be centred at the top of the page and include your name, address, phone number, mobile and email. Make sure you only use professional sounding email addresses.
- Birth Date and Marital Status - You are not obliged to include either and do not need to include these details on your CV.
- Layout - Keep it simple. Avoid colours, use bold for headings and a font type that's easy to read. If you're going to use bullet-points use only one type.
- Put your best foot forward - Summarise your strengths right up front. Either list your key strengths as bullet points or create a brief career profile. The aim of this section is to give the person reading your résumé a quick taste of what you have to offer.
- Bullet points seem to be the most popular option - and remember to be as specific as you can. "Excellent communication skills" doesn't mean anything unless you explain how you acquired them, and in what industry.
This is a quick preview of what can be found in your CV. A paragraph long, it should touch on your professional, academic and industry training. Personal attributes are optional and your career goal or objective could be mentioned in the last sentence.
Remember to keep this info factual. Don't litter it with fluffy, meaningless words.
Outline your career history starting with your most recent job first, using the following structure:
- Job title, employer, dates
- Description of employer
Education & Training
This section can cover school, university, TAFE training, industry or in-house courses, and any other professional training you've completed or are in the process of completing. Always start with your highest qualification first.
If you include referees, always include names and phone numbers, but not mobiles. Alternatively, you could mention that references are available on request.