- Able to manage multiple tasks and respond calmly and positively to contingencies.
- Initiative and judgment to respond decisively to urgent administrative matters.
- Willingness to accept challenges, and flexibility to adapt and work in a dynamic environment.
- Professional attitude and manner, in order to deal courteously with all inquiries directed to the Executive Office.
Selection Criteria or Work Related Requirements or Core Capabilities? HR Advisors, Government and Employers are increasingly being creative with their terminology. Whereas you could expect to see the term Selection Criteria in most Job Description Forms (JDFs) we are now seeing other terms. Work Related Requirements is now used by some agencies, as is Core Capabilities and Role Suitability. Nothing has changed except the terminology. They all refer to the skills, experience and knowledge or qualifications that an applicant is required to prove in an application. What is confusing is that some agencies are listing these under headings. One current position JDF has listed five headings and under each has listed several “capabilities” or “core values”. One example of Core Competencies Individual Effectiveness