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Selection Criteria

  • Most government applications require you to address specific Essential and/or Desirable criteria. We are specialists in government and non government applications and will write your responses based on your personal, skills and experience examples and the STAR method (as per the APS and non APS guidelines).
  • (Selection criteria describes the personal qualities, skills, abilities, knowledge and qualifications (if any) a person needs to perform the role effectively)
  • If the job you are applying for requires the completion of a Selection Criteria Statement, but you find yourself stumped –don’t panic, Resumes To You are here to help. Our Selection Criteria writing service will describe the skills, knowledge, ability and experience that you have and how this aligns with the criteria of the role. We assist with Government selection criteria and non government selection criteria and suitability statements.
  • In many statements the various criteria are broken down into “essential” and “desirable”. We can help you align all your traits to these different aspects with a weighting that will show you off in the best possible light. Our professional Selection Criteria writing is sure to help you stand out from the crowd and help you get that all important interview.
  • We are selection criteria writers, selection criteria writers Sydney.
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Additional Questions are charged at $35.00 per Question.

For a FREE no obligation quote and assessment, please forward us the following:

A copy of the application pack and selection criteria to be addressed, or a link to the relevant website, detailing job title, and vacancy, or job reference number. A copy of your resume or curriculum vitae (if available) for assessment purposes. The closing date of the application, so we can assist to meet your deadline (turnaround time varies from 3-7 days, for drafts to be emailed out).

Resumes To You use the most effective way of addressing this by following the S.T.A.R model:

Situation – what your position was?
Task – what your responsibilities were?
Approach/action – what you did to overcome it?
Result – what happened after?

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