Across 15 years, BROOK has carved a reputation for attracting the best of the best – the most promising talent across the Property, Construction and Finance industries.
Working with candidates whose skills, professionalism and street smarts mirror our own, we’ve established ourselves as a magnet for brilliant minds matched by fierce work ethics.

From Accounts and Bookkeeping, to Digital Marketing, Social Media Co-ordination, Administration, Personal Assistants, Sales Reps or Paralegal — we recruit a wide variety of roles within these sectors.

Happy Faces - Connecting Brilliant Mind
Happy Faces - Connecting Brilliant Mind


BROOK holds itself to sky-high standards of service and professionalism. And it’s reflected in the talent we attract. Candidates come confident in the knowledge that their industry-leading skills and ideas will be recognised, appreciated and reflected in a role-of-a-lifetime placement.


BROOK exists to see candidates and businesses excel. Our reach – amplified by sharp digital marketing – extends across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, uniting perfect fits across borders and industries. Renowned for our highly personalised approach, we work closely with clients to navigate their path to success in a process that’s smooth, stress-free and thoroughly rewarding for all involved.

In addition to career journey guidance, BROOK advises on personal branding, skills development, interview insights, CV development, digital marketing and much more.


Above the bustle of South Yarra’s Chapel Street in the iconic Como, BROOk’s head office is a warm and welcoming hive of activity.

Central and easily accessible, our door is always open to candidates looking to chat about change and opportunities over a strong Melbourne coffee.

Salary Guide

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Australian Property, Construction and Financial Services sectors continue to forge ahead. Our 2021–2022 Salary Guide is based on the analysis of permanent, temporary and contract placements across these sectors during this time.


Interviews are hard. Let’s face it. No matter how much planning you put in, it’s difficult to put anxiety at bay. You already know the fundamentals of what to do. Dress appropriately, pre-prepare questions to ask and show up 10 minutes early on the day (not earlier).
We’ve put together some top tips for you to consider before, during and after your interview to help calm your nerves. Think of this as your go to guide. If you stress less, you’ll perform better!
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