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How to Address Selection Criteria

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Sometimes jobs advertisements, especially in the government sector, require you to address selection criteria in your application.  You usually need to supply your response to the criteria in a separate document, referred to as a written statement, that communicates your suitability to the role. But what exactly are selection criteria, and what’s the best way […]

How to Write Key Selection Criteria

How to Write Key Selection Criteria We break down what key selection criteria are and how to address them effectively There are times when job advertisements, particularly Government roles, will ask that you address selection criteria as part of your application.  These key selection criteria are what your prospective employer has decided are vital to […]

How to write and nail your Selection Criteria Responses

Selection Criteria is now being referred to in other terms by government agencies looking to get creative with their wording. Government job applications are often intimidating at the best of times, and so when they list unfamiliar terms like “Core Capabilities”, “Focus Capabilities” “Role Suitability” and even “Work Related Requirements”, it can be tricky to […]

Addressing selection criteria

Whether this is your first time applying for a government job, or you’ve filled out applications for government roles before, you’ve more than likely had to answer selection criteria. How you respond to these criteria will determine whether you progress to an interview or not, so it’s incredibly important to get your answers right. Here […]

How to Set the Right Tone on Your Resume

How to Set the Right Tone on Your CV You can’t reflect body language on paper. So, when it comes to putting your best foot forward it’s uber-important to get the tone right on your CV. Here’s our tips on how to do it properly. It is not what you say it is what you […]

Why the Right Job Title Can Be Crucial on a Resume

What is in a name? Well, when it comes to job titles, it is often what defines our role at work. And, when it comes to a resume it could be the make or break of landing you that dream role. Any good professional resume writer will tell you the importance of standard job titles […]

Why Properly Naming Your Resume Matters?

Why Properly Naming Your Resume Matters? You have the experience nailed and a professional resume written. Now, here’s the scoop on how to break through the competition. Securing a job is no easy feat. So, if there’s something you can do to break though competitor job applications and get noticed wouldn’t you want to get […]

How to tackle an expression of interest application

Selection Criteria: how to tackle an expression of interest application Expressions of interest are becoming a new way to do business when it comes to advertising public service and government roles. Agencies and departments are calling on applications in this way to draw from their already established pool of talent (for promotion/change of role, etc.) […]

Ten crucial job interview questions

Finding and landing a new job sure is hard work. Apart from scanning for vacancies and potential opportunities, getting your resume in tip-top shape and actually applying, perhaps the hardest step of all is the (often) dreaded job interview. If you’re lucky enough to make it to that stage, congratulations! And don’t fear – there […]

Following up with a potential employer

At one point or another during the search for a new job, every aspiring employee arrives at an all-too familiar crossroads.The indecision may come the minute you’ve just finished a job interview or sent in your application, or in the hours and days afterwards as you wait to hear news from your prospective employer. That […]

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