Selection Criteria Ebook
If you\'re applying for graduate positions in government departments and agencies, the selection criteria will often ask you to highlight how you\'ve taken academic learnings and applied them to real-world situations. Here\'s a sample response.
Here’s a sample response that proves you\'re a team player and the sort of employee who thrives at fostering positive work relationships. Use the template to address the key selection criteria listed in the job ad and land your dream job!
Struggling to address sample criteria in your job application? Use this templated response to demonstrate that you have the skills and ability to organise high volumes of information materials.
Don’t let your resume date you as a dinosaur! Gone are the days when resumes were just a dry list of duties for every job you’ve ever had. If you want to be a contender in these competitive times, you have to modernise the way you approach companies.
Nice work! You've landed the interview! Your next move should be checking out this ultimate list of cheat sheets (and bonus e-book!) to help you feel extra prepared for your job interview. We cover key interview questions, what to wear, body language, tips for mature age workers & more
Building rapport through small talk with your interviewer can give you the edge over other candidates - but not if you talk about topics like the weather. Get prepared with some interesting interview conversation starters, what to talk about and what to avoid!
Whether you're actively on the job hunt or about to make a start, it is worth looking at the role personality tests play. Employers are looking for new ways to sort out the talent pool and these tests are becoming much more commonplace. We answer all your questions.
Performance reviews are one of those things that companies do for the simple reason because they always have. But do they actually work? We take a look at the traditional performance reviews, considering its flaws, before looking at what can be done as an alternative in the workplace.
When the interviewer asks you this question, they’re getting to the key issue: why should they hire you and not someone else? Answering this persuasively could clinch the deal and make the difference between a job offer and a rejection letter.
With its high standards of education and living, and eight of the world’s top 100 universities, Australia is becoming an increasingly sought-after destination for international students. There are many scholarships available to international students.