Join Selection Criteria Accountabilities to see who They Want

Position descriptions and selection criteria are detailed documents which give very specific details of what the employer is looking for in a future employee. They give very specific skills sets and ask you to give selection criteria responses showing how you meet those skill sets. In your response you give case studies of things you […]

Formatting Selection Criteria Responses

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This blog looks at formatting selection criteria responses. This is important because selection criteria and position descriptions have no standard format across governments; nor do how you (and other people) respond to them. How you respond however shows your written communication skills and your attitude. The Basics of Formatting Selection Criteria Responses Whatever the instructions […]

Addressing the “One Page Pitch Selection Criteria”

This blog discusses the new and becoming more common “One Page Pitch Selection Criteria”. Selection Criteria are Evolving Selection criteria frameworks and responses have been static in government for decades.  With a few exceptions such as GOC’s like https://www.qic.com.au/ and Statutory Authorities, most government departments have used the “old fashioned” formats. The evolution in criteria […]