Selection Criteria Example – Are You The Right Person For The Job?

Looking for an example of selection criteria that asks for a two page statement addressing ‘Are You The Right Person For The Job?’ This is a real life example addressing the key criteria including Supports Strategic Direction, Achieves Results, Supports Productive Working Relationships and Communicates With Influence.

Supports Strategic Direction

I work in alignment with the strategy of the organisation by following the directions of my supervisor, asking questions to ensure I understand all roles and responsibilities associated with the position and by making suggestions to improve work practices. Additionally, my employment with Narang Hospice Care and the State Reporting Bureau has provided practical experience in understanding what information can/should be provided to others – both internally and externally from the organisation.

Specifically my role as a Client Service Officer for the Department of Justice means I have a solid understanding of both privacy and confidentiality laws and requirements. For example I need to verify a client’s identity before processing their requests and ensure that transcripts are only available to the appropriate individuals. Additionally I understand where to gain further information around our procedures through accessing our online procedure database or asking my supervisor for additional clarification.

My ability to improve current work practices is demonstrated through an example of when I was relieving in the position of ‘Coordinator’ for the Justice Department and we received news of extensive redundancies from within the team. I identified that in order to improve our work practice I needed to address the issue so I coordinated a ‘Dealing With Change’ workshop for the team which allowed staff members to cope with the change and improved work performance by decreasing staff resistance to the upcoming change within the organisation.

Grab your  DIY Selection Criteria Kit for $19. Limited time only. No Rain-checks. 

Get your package here.

Achieves Results

As a member of the Justice Department, I was required to meet specific deadlines. For example, if a request to review evidence was presented at trial, I was required to have the transcripts completed and returned within one hour. At other times all court transcripts were required to be completed by the end of the day demonstrating my ability to achieve results in line with the organisations expectations. My position with the Justice Department also required a high level of accuracy. During the 7 years of my employment the accuracy of my transcripts was never questioned and I received praise from management for my ability to achieve expected outcomes for the business unit.

I attended all shifts and have never had an issue with my reliability in any past roles. I’ve often changed shifts or covered for other staff members on short notice, responding with flexibility to any requests from management. I achieve all work goals and work in a self-directed manner that requires minimum supervision. I constantly look for ways to streamline processes and save time and actively seek feedback from my supervisor to ensure all job expectations have been met. Previous performance management reports have been favourable demonstrating my ability to make effective use of my own capabilities.

I have a solid understanding of my own strengths and weaknesses and have identified ways to improve on these. I continually review my own progress towards individual goals and I have delivered measurable results in past positions through meeting all key performance objectives associated with the role. I manage all resources effectively and maintain a proactive outlook where I meet deadlines and take ownership for my own decisions.

Grab your  DIY Selection Criteria Kit for $19. Limited time only. No Rain-checks. 

Get your package here.

Supports Productive Working Relationships

My ability to support productive relationships is demonstrated through my recent experience with Narang Hospice Care where I coordinated a team of 20+ volunteers from different cultures and backgrounds. I also provided administration support to the Director and Business Development Manager and monthly reports to the Management Committee.

I was also employed as the Staff Trainer for all new recruits for the State Reporting Bureau, where after completing three months’ worth of training the new hires were involved in a three month ‘buddy’ system where they worked with another team member to record their transcripts further demonstrating my ability to work with others.

In both instances I’ve found that by anticipating any conflict and taking a proactive approach to conflict I was able to meet the needs and expectations of others. When working with others I treat every individual with respect, avoiding making assumptions about what they need, maintain an attitude of helpfulness and ask lots of questions to clarify any issues.

Displays Personal Drive and Integrity

I offer an extensive knowledge of Queensland Acts and Regulations, Public Service Values and the Code of Conduct developed through a short-term contract as part of the Death Review Team for the Royal Commission where I was responsible for data management processes. Prior to this I spent 7 years with the Department of Justice as a Court Monitor and Transcriptionist where I was responsible for ensuring departmental compliance with all procedures and policy in relation to transcripts, workflow and spreadsheets. All my recent roles have involved exposure to explicit information and material (including coronial reports, concise graphical scene depiction and injuries sustained as well as expert medical evidence) which is all confidential and subject to a principled approach.

Additionally I display personal drive and integrity through ensuring personal responsibility for the accuracy of all work completed and ensuring it meets deadline requirements. I display high levels of personal drive and motivation and offer the ability to provide accurate advice to other staff on complex issues. For example I trained new staff as part of my role with the Justice Bureau where I explained our policies and procures and provided best practice tips to ensure they would meet their workflow agreements. I was also responsible for guiding a team of 20+ volunteers for Narang Hospice Care where I provided advice in response to any volunteer enquiries.

Grab your  DIY Selection Criteria Kit for $19. Limited time only. No Rain-checks. 

Get your package here.

Communicates With Influence

I have excellent verbal and written communication skills and can communicate with people at different levels. An example of this occurred when a family member was dissatisfied with a court transcript and requested a review be conducted. To de-escalate the situation I listened to the client carefully, asked questions to clarify the issue and followed up with management to ensure a resolution. I followed this issue through for the client and ensured the client was made aware of what had happened and apologised on behalf of the department, effectively de-escalating a potentially volatile situation. Additionally my volunteer role at the local community hospice incorporated meeting and greeting distressed relatives who were attending the hospice for grief counseling sessions after recent loss of a family member.  An empathetic approach assisted in managing these delicate situations professionally.

My written skills demonstrate my ability to communicate messages clearly and concisely. I offer well developed written skills including a typing speed of 80WPM and an accuracy level of 98%. Responsible for providing accurate and timely court transcripts and recording court proceedings, I ensured all transcript requests where completed according to set deadlines and met quality standards.

No idea what to write for your criteria?

I’ve been writing selection criteria in a professional capacity for (8) years now. In that time, I discovered a very simple and effective formula to follow to make writing criteria quick and painless.

I quickly realised the basics of the writing process were the same for every criterion.

It was ONLY the individual examples that changed for each one.

(Read on and I’ll show you EXACTLY how to do each step so you can write your criteria in 30 minutes or less).

I created ‘fill in the blank’ selection criteria templates and now can write criteria in 30 minutes when it used to take me (3) hours!

And every selection criteria is still absolutely unique for each individual.

(I have over 80+ examples I can send to prove it).

Ready for the super simple steps I use over and over again to create winning selection criteria for clients?

Step One: Fill in a simple ‘Achievement Questionnaire’ to pinpoint your achievements.

Step Two: Use the ‘Fill in the Blank’ templates I created to turn these achievements into examples for each criteria. The filler content is part of the template. Just plug in the questionnaire answers and the selection criteria is written for you.

Step Three: If you get stuck on any challenging criteria not part of the template, turn to my 80+ winning real-life examples for inspiration and guidance.

Last year, I released my ‘DIY -Fill In The Blank Templates’ to my existing clients as a bonus with great success. I gave them EVERYTHING I use to write winning professional selection criteria including the achievement questionnaire, fill in the blank templates and my 80+ real life winning selection criteria examples.

My clients were able to write their own criteria in 30 minutes or less using exactly the same process that I use.

It Is Possible To Write Winning Criteria In 30 Minutes or Less!

$19 PACKAGE INCLUDES:

Done For You Templates

27 Pages of ‘Done For You’ copy and paste templates for you to fill in the blanks using the examples you gathered using the questions list.

Selection Criteria Questions List

A ‘Selection Criteria Questions’ list which will pinpoint all your achievements so you present a selection criteria that sells. Even if you have never written selection criteria before, this list will make sure you have enough examples to present a winning criteria.

80+ Real Life Criteria Examples

Over 80+ real life selection criteria examples used in real applications so you know exactly what you need and what people have used in the past.

Selection Criteria Video Tutorial

Access to an online video tutorial that will show you step by step how to create a winning criteria.

$105 Bonus Package (Included as a Free Bonus in Your $19 Product)

A copy of the ‘Get The Job You Love’ Ebook which comes jam packed with activities designed to help you find the job of your dreams.

A voucher for the ‘Get The Job You Love’ Boot Camp which is a 30 day program designed to get you a job you love in 30 days or less.

What past clients have said:

“Thank you so much, your service is amazing. I will certainly pass on your contact details to anyone that needs selection criteria.” Warren

“You are a wicked sister, thanks for your above and beyond service.” Tracey

“Just wanted to say thanks for assisting with the selection criteria, I am very happy.” Anna

“This selection criteria is amazing.” Alison

“Super impressed, excellent service.” Josh

“This is fantastic, the information is great and no changes needed.” Libby

“This is perfect, thank you.” Kelly

“I just wanted thank you again for the great job application you provided for me. I would also like to let you know that I went really well at the interview and I got the job!!! I was told that my application was one of the best.”  Jauna C

“I thought you might like to know that I was successful and was offered the position today which I accepted. I would like to say a big thanks for all your assistance and will be raising a cold one to say cheers tonight.” Brett C

YOU DESERVE A JOB YOU LOVE, WE WILL GET YOU THERE

How Much Does It Cost?

You probably think that a done for you selection criteria template package that means you will never need to struggle with writing selection criteria again would cost $200 at least. After all it costs from $200 up for a writer to whip you up a criteria you can only use once, so being able to access the package again and again should cost more. Right?

Lucky for you my goal is to make owning a winning selection criteria affordable for everyone so right now it’s only  $19.

For $19 you get:

  • A ‘Selection Criteria Questions’ list which will pinpoint all your achievements so you present a selection criteria that sells. Even if you have never written selection criteria before, this list will make sure you have enough examples to present a winning criteria.
  • 27 Pages of ‘Done For You’ copy and paste templates for you to fill in the blanks using the examples you gathered using the questions list.
  • Over 80+ real life selection criteria examples used in real applications so you know exactly what you need and what people have used in the past.
  • Access to online video tutorials that will show you step by step how to create a winning criteria.

As a bonus you will also receive for free:

  • A copy of the ‘Get The Job You Love’ Ebook which comes jam packed with activities designed to help you find the job of your dreams.
  • A voucher for the ‘Get The Job You Love’ Boot Camp which is a 30 day program designed to get you a job you love in 30 days or less

Grab your  DIY Selection Criteria Kit for $19. Limited time only. No Rain-checks. 

Get your package here.

Nurse Selection Criteria Example

Nursing Selection Criteria Example: Read on for a winning Nurse Criteria Example

Demonstrated extensive experience and advanced clinical competence in Emergency and Medical Nursing (Nurse Application)

I have over 12 years’ practical experience in providing clinical care to patients in rural and city  hospital environments throughout India, the United States of America and Australia. This includes extensive practical experience in Emergency and Medical Nursing.  I completed a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) qualification through the University of Perth in 2001.

Grab your  DIY Selection Criteria Kit for $19. Limited time only. No Rain-checks. 

Get your package here.

I am currently employed by Thargomindah Hospital in the position of Registered Nurse/Coordinator. I provide emergency treatment to patients suffering from trauma, acute chest pain and respiratory failure.  I manage multiple critically ill patients by assessing and prioritising their care, following instructions from the physician, documenting assessments, care plans and outcomes, and providing quality information and support to patients and family members regarding the condition, prognosis and treatment of the patient.

Prior to this, I was employed by Cunnamulla District Hospital as a Registered Nurse which included attending to patients with chest pain, wounds and trauma injuries. Part of my role required me to provide medical care while transferring patients via the Royal Flying Doctor Service and ambulance. I also have experience in the Critical Care, Intensive Care and Medical and Surgery Units.

My experience includes, but is not limited to:

  • Providing care for patients on Ventilator
  • Acute patient care for over 10 patients
  • Electrocardiogram monitoring
  • Defibrillation and medication administration
  • Administering blood and TPN
  • Providing care to patients for respiratory and cardiac failure
  • Caring for post-operative patients
  • Supervising student nurses
  • Completing injections, transfusions and wound dressings
  • Ability to use ECG Machine, Infusion Pumps, Resuscitation Trolley, Pulse Oximeter, Cardiac Monitor, Nebulisers, Suction Apparatus, Glucometer plus other medical equipment.

Emergency and medical nursing is a day-to-day requirement of my current role. I monitor patients’ conditions and report these to the treating doctor. I also assist the doctor to assess the risk of transporting patients to the nearest hospital facility versus treating patients onsite, in cases such as pregnancies and births.

Emergency care also formed part of my duties with my employment as a Nurse with Cunnamulla Health. I needed to assess each patient’s medical condition to determine the level of risk involved, according to timeframes and priority treatment, in order to provide a quality service to patients. I also provided both high and low level care to aged care patients.

Want to Win At Your Selection Criteria? Check out the DIY Selection Criteria Package Only $19

What is the DIY Selection Criteria Package?

It’s a ‘Done For You, Do It Yourself’ Selection Criteria Solution

How does it work?
It’s a three step process to create a winning criteria.

Step One – Fill in the super simple question sheet which will pinpoint your achievements and highlight your strengths.

Step Two – Fill in the blanks on our ready to go, copy and paste selection criteria templates.

Step Three – Copy and paste your completed response onto a word document and your selection criteria is ready to be submitted to the employer.

What’s In the Package?

•    A ‘Selection Criteria Questions’ list which will pinpoint all your achievements so you present a selection criteria that sells. Even if you have never written selection criteria before, this list will make sure you have enough examples to present a winning criteria.

•    27 Pages of ‘Done For You’ copy and paste templates for you to fill in the blanks using the examples you gathered using the questions list.

•    Over 80+ real life selection criteria examples used in real applications so you know exactly what you need and what people have used in the past.

•    Access to an online video  that will show you step by step how to create a winning criteria.

 As a bonus you will also receive for free: 

•    A copy of the ‘Career Camp’ Ebook which comes jam packed with activities designed to help you find the job of your dreams.

•    A voucher for the ‘Get The Job You Love’ Boot Camp which is a 30 day program designed to get you a job you love in 30 days or less.

Usually $49. Sale On. Very Limited Time Only

Learn More. Click Here:

Do It Your-Self Selection Criteria Package.

Do It Your-Self Selection Criteria Package.

ACHIEVES RESULTS SELECTION CRITERIA EXAMPLES

 

Don’t know what to write for ‘Achieves Results’ in your selection criteria application? Check out these real life examples:

Office Manager Application  

I achieve results through the continuous review of my progress. I consult with others, coordinate projects, foster relations with my team, meet deadlines, secure stakeholder commitment and use innovative solutions to solve any challenges in order to deliver a measurable result.

For the past 2+ years, I have been employed as the Student Advisor for the University of Kingsthorpe where I provide advice, registration and individualised assistance to international students from admission through graduation. At the start of the 2013 school year, I arranged an Australia Zoo style orientation for the international students which involved a race consisting of various activities (and prizes) to familiarise students with their surroundings in a fun environment. In order to meet deadlines and budget concerns, I needed to carefully evaluate the costs and benefits for each individual challenge and the race as a whole.

After I received feedback that the students wanted the ‘race’ pushed forward one week so that it would not conflict with their university studies, I weighed up the potentials and concerns of the situation to see if this was viable. The advantage of moving the race forward would be increased participation. However, it would also mean re-advertising the ‘race’ and getting the final touches on the competition completed in time, which included sponsorship arrangements.  After consulting with my team, we decided the increased participation from our students (our objective is always to support the student) would be worth the cost to re-advertise and that we could meet this new deadline by making some simple changes to our existing milestones. As a result of this change, we achieved the highest student participation rate since starting the ‘Australia ZOO Challenge’ a few years ago, with positive feedback from the students and staff members alike.

Grab your  DIY Selection Criteria Kit for $19. Limited time only. No Rain-checks. 

Get your package here.

Achieves Results: Marketing Officer Application

I contribute my own expertise in marketing and promotions, including principles and practices to achieve results.  For example one of the key practices of marketing is to build trust with your audience. I have achieved this by creating personal and transparent content which is posted to our employment blog and sent to our customers via email marketing. Specifically a recent post called ‘I Failed At My Career’ based on my personal experience as a teenager resulted in a 34.5% open rate compared to the industry average of 16.1%. I received extensive positive feedback from this post and a number of new clients who stated they had read the post and as a result wanted to work with another human rather than a faceless corporation. With regards to mailing list management I adhere to the marketing principles of building relationships with clients by providing relevant and helpful content. Another recent post “You Want a New Job So Why Aren’t You Doing This One Thing?”’ had an opening rate of 35.7% compared to the industry average of 16.1%.

One of my main responsibilities is to manage the mailing list which includes updating and checking the accuracy of our records. I schedule this to occur weekly on a Friday. I also schedule monthly blog posts and emails to the list; automating the process to send on a set date and time. I use the automation functions of Mail Chimp to create launch sequences for new products which deliver according to a set schedule. As a small business NCRS has a small budget and through the implementation of the blog and email list I was able to reduce this expenditure by 70% demonstrating my ability to work with the budget resources available.

Want to Win At Your Selection Criteria? Check out the DIY Selection Criteria Package Only $19

What is the DIY Selection Criteria Package?

It’s a ‘Done For You, Do It Yourself’ Selection Criteria Solution

How does it work?
It’s a three step process to create a winning criteria.

Step One – Fill in the super simple question sheet which will pinpoint your achievements and highlight your strengths.

Step Two – Fill in the blanks on our ready to go, copy and paste selection criteria templates.

Step Three – Copy and paste your completed response onto a word document and your selection criteria is ready to be submitted to the employer.

What’s In the Package?

•    A ‘Selection Criteria Questions’ list which will pinpoint all your achievements so you present a selection criteria that sells. Even if you have never written selection criteria before, this list will make sure you have enough examples to present a winning criteria.

•    27 Pages of ‘Done For You’ copy and paste templates for you to fill in the blanks using the examples you gathered using the questions list.

•    Over 80+ real life selection criteria examples used in real applications so you know exactly what you need and what people have used in the past.

•    Access to an online video  that will show you step by step how to create a winning criteria.

 As a bonus you will also receive for free: 

•    A copy of the ‘Career Camp’ Ebook which comes jam packed with activities designed to help you find the job of your dreams.

•    A voucher for the ‘Get The Job You Love’ Boot Camp which is a 30 day program designed to get you a job you love in 30 days or less.

Usually $49. Sale On. Very Limited Time Only

Click here for more information.

Do It Your-Self Selection Criteria Package.

Do It Your-Self Selection Criteria Package.

Strategic Direction/Strategic Thinking Selection Criteria Examples

Are you stuck on how to write selection criteria for the strategic thinking or strategic direction questions? I have some selection criteria examples which will help you answer these questions in your application.

 

Selection Criteria Examples: Supports Strategic Direction (Marketing Officer Selection Criteria)

 In charge of marketing and advertising for NCRS I implemented a complete overhaul of the original marketing structure.  I conducted a strengths and needs assessment of the work environment and goals to develop a six point marketing plan with the goal of reducing advertising spend, increasing customer engagement and moving our website from Webs to a self-hosted WordPress platform.  In order to compete on a national scale I developed a plan to reduce Google Adwords expenditure through the launch of an email marketing campaign, changes to all sales and website copy, the addition of an employment focused blog to the site and the transfer of our site from Webs to WordPress for better integration with marketing software (LeadPages, Pop Up Ally and Mail Chimp). With no knowledge of WordPress or any of the integrations I sourced knowledge on how to complete the site transfer via Google, online technology forums, software support pages and various Help Desks. I watched online tutorials, took detailed notes and implemented what I had learnt.

By split testing the copy on our sales page I identified that personal, informal and transparent communication resulted in a higher conversion rate as opposed to the formal style used by big business.  I also identified we could increase sales through the implementation of an ‘opt in’ where we would automatically send potential customers a ‘resume achievement question list’ which would assist the reader to identify their selling points to the employer. In return for the resume achievement questions   the reader would join our email list and we could continue to market our services to them using Mail Chimp automation software. This led to a decrease of 70% on our advertising spend, increased referrals and ensured that 95% of our clients were our ‘ideal customer’.

 

Grab your  DIY Selection Criteria Kit for $19. Limited time only. No Rain-checks. 

Get your package here.

 

Selection Criteria Example: Shapes Strategic Thinking

As the Sourcing Team Leader and Senior Recruitment Consultant for Muppet Recruitment it is my role to performance manage and coach my team to harness information and opportunities in order to meet the strategic direction of our organisation. At Muppet, our mission is to be the best we can be in order to compete with the 70+ other IT recruiters located in the Toowoomba geographical area.  This includes increasing our revenue in order to expand our team by providing top level training to all our recruitment staff.  In order to meet these strategic objectives, I assess emerging issues and trends in the IT field and develop long term solutions through performance mentoring and training.

For example, our recruitment staff have a certain amount of activity based key performance indicators they need to meet to reach their individual targets. These activities include phone calls made, candidate interviews, submissions sent etc.  When I identify that a staff member is not reaching their potential, the first thing I check is which activity area is not being achieved. For example, a staff member may not be making enough phone calls to potential clients. After I identify the problem, I work with the team member to come up with a solution and provide tips, mentoring and any further training the staff member requires.  After a solution has been agreed to, I closely monitor the staff member’s performance to ensure that the solution implemented is effective.

For example, since April I have worked closely with one of our Recruitment Personnel who mentioned that she finds it intimidating to speak to candidates who have higher qualifications or more experience in the IT industry. As a result of this lack of confidence, the staff member’s key performance indicators suffered.  To combat this issue, I held a meeting with the staff member and reminded her that our role was to find these candidates employment and that as a recruitment specialist, although she did not have as many credentials as some of her candidates, she did have more experience in the recruitment field which was why candidates sourced her assistance. We also implemented some strategies to assist the staff member to rebuild her confidence. For example, the staff member researched each role and the candidate, listing any possible questions they may ask prior to contacting the candidate about a potential position. This ensured that she was prepared and did not falter when asked specific questions. Since implementing these strategies, this staff member has met all indicators and targets and has stated that she feels more confident in her role. Her number of referrals has also increased. As demonstrated, I believe that a progressive mindset, finding alternative solutions to problems and focusing on the long term goals are key to shaping the strategic thinking ability of a team.

Do It Your-Self Selection Criteria Package.

Do It Your-Self Selection Criteria Package.

Want to Win At Your Selection Criteria? Check out the DIY Selection Criteria Package Only $19

What is the DIY Selection Criteria Package?

It’s a ‘Done For You, Do It Yourself’ Selection Criteria Solution

How does it work?
It’s a three step process to create a winning criteria.

Step One – Fill in the super simple question sheet which will pinpoint your achievements and highlight your strengths.

Step Two – Fill in the blanks on our ready to go, copy and paste selection criteria templates.

Step Three – Copy and paste your completed response onto a word document and your selection criteria is ready to be submitted to the employer.

What’s In the Package?

•    A ‘Selection Criteria Questions’ list which will pinpoint all your achievements so you present a selection criteria that sells. Even if you have never written selection criteria before, this list will make sure you have enough examples to present a winning criteria.

•    27 Pages of ‘Done For You’ copy and paste templates for you to fill in the blanks using the examples you gathered using the questions list.

•    Over 80+ real life selection criteria examples used in real applications so you know exactly what you need and what people have used in the past.

•    Access to an online video  that will show you step by step how to create a winning criteria.

 As a bonus you will also receive for free: 

•    A copy of the ‘Career Camp’ Ebook which comes jam packed with activities designed to help you find the job of your dreams.

•    A voucher for the ‘Get The Job You Love’ Boot Camp which is a 30 day program designed to get you a job you love in 30 days or less.

Usually $49. Sale On. Very Limited Time Only

Click here for more information.

Selection Criteria Examples – Achieves Results

Ok, so my guess is that you are reading this because you need to write selection criteria and you have no idea how to address the criteria for the topic – achieves results. To help you, I’ve listed three selection criteria examples that directly relate to the ‘achieves results’ question.

 

Selection Criteria Example – Achieves Results: (Office Manager Application)         

I achieve results through the continuous review of my progress. I consult with others, coordinate projects, foster relations with my team, meet deadlines, secure stakeholder commitment and use innovative solutions to solve any challenges in order to deliver a measurable result.

For the past 2+ years, I have been employed as the Student Advisor for the University of Kingsthorpe where I provide advice, registration and individualised assistance to international students from admission through graduation. At the start of the 2013 school year, I arranged an Australia Zoo style orientation for the international students which involved a race consisting of various activities (and prizes) to familiarise students with their surroundings in a fun environment. In order to meet deadlines and budget concerns, I needed to carefully evaluate the costs and benefits for each individual challenge and the race as a whole.

After I received feedback that the students wanted the ‘race’ pushed forward one week so that it would not conflict with their university studies, I weighed up the potentials and concerns of the situation to see if this was viable. The advantage of moving the race forward would be increased participation. However, it would also mean re-advertising the ‘race’ and getting the final touches on the competition completed in time, which included sponsorship arrangements.  After consulting with my team, we decided the increased participation from our students (our objective is always to support the student) would be worth the cost to re-advertise and that we could meet this new deadline by making some simple changes to our existing milestones. As a result of this change, we achieved the highest student participation rate since starting the ‘Australia ZOO Challenge’ a few years ago, with positive feedback from the students and staff members alike.

Grab your  DIY Selection Criteria Kit for $19. Limited time only. No Rain-checks. 

Get your package here.

 

Selection Criteria Example  – Achieves Results: Marketing Officer Application

I contribute my own expertise in marketing and promotions, including principles and practices to achieve results.  For example one of the key practices of marketing is to build trust with your audience. I have achieved this by creating personal and transparent content which is posted to our employment blog and sent to our customers via email marketing. Specifically a recent post called ‘I Failed At My Career’ based on my personal experience as a teenager resulted in a 34.5% open rate compared to the industry average of 16.1%. I received extensive positive feedback from this post and a number of new clients who stated they had read the post and as a result wanted to work with another human rather than a faceless corporation. With regards to mailing list management I adhere to the marketing principles of building relationships with clients by providing relevant and helpful content. Another recent post “You Want a New Job So Why Aren’t You Doing This One Thing?”’ had an opening rate of 35.7% compared to the industry average of 16.1%.

One of my main responsibilities is to manage the mailing list which includes updating and checking the accuracy of our records. I schedule this to occur weekly on a Friday. I also schedule monthly blog posts and emails to the list; automating the process to send on a set date and time. I use the automation functions of Mail Chimp to create launch sequences for new products which deliver according to a set schedule. As a small business NCRS has a small budget and through the implementation of the blog and email list I was able to reduce this expenditure by 70% demonstrating my ability to work with the budget resources available.

 

Grab your  DIY Selection Criteria Kit for $19. Limited time only. No Rain-checks. 

Get your package here.

 

Selection Criteria Example – Achieves Results (Project Manager Application)

I have the ability to achieve results which has resulted in positive feedback from all my employers and a number of key stakeholders.  I have been praised for my ability to coordinate the delivery of projects and for my commitment to undertake additional activities. Senior management has stated that I am “dependable” and “responsible” with “the ability to deliver results in shorter timeframes than anticipated”.  I am able to meet project terms and exceed expectations on the work that I deliver. I am the recipient of a number of awards that demonstrate my ability to achieve results. For example, I have received a number of “Excellence” and “Project Delivery Awards” through my current employment at Custom Carriers and I am also a recipient of the “Clear Thinker” award and a “Compliance” award for achieving best practices.

Some of the results that I have achieved over my six years of employment with Custom Carriers include my vender management style which in one example reduced vender costs from $10,000 to $1,500. I have also reduced the call costs of Senior Management by enabling them to use Wifi to make interstate and international calls or leveraging back to an Australian Provider when overseas. I removed a 27 second call wait time by noticing that the privacy policy was repeated and therefore eliminated it. This was from a department that received over 10M calls per annum.

An example of my ability to achieve results was my recent management of the BAA Project. I was required to design how call transfers were processed from one call to the next, based on the customer requirements of a 1300 number. I needed to meet a number of objectives such as matching the transferred call to the best possible person, putting in contingency plans for emergencies and public holidays and matching databases to calls.  The project also required that clients be transferred in the quickest possible time. In order to do this, I first gathered the system requirements and researched the option coding and self-serve options. I also completed a “position matrix” for call responses. After I had developed the design, I had a “walkthrough” meeting with the key stakeholders to explain the technology, how it worked, what it would look like, what the result would be and how much it would cost. I also conducted individual meetings for the stakeholders who had additional questions or who were unsure of the technology involved. During these meetings, I further explained how the system would operate. After this project was signed approved, I completed all the coding and testing before putting the project into production. The end result was reduced holding times for customers, a better transfer rate and a contingency plan that worked.

Want to Win At Your Selection Criteria? Check out the DIY Selection Criteria Package Only $19

What is the DIY Selection Criteria Package?

It’s a ‘Done For You, Do It Yourself’ Selection Criteria Solution

How does it work?
It’s a three step process to create a winning criteria.

Step One – Fill in the super simple question sheet which will pinpoint your achievements and highlight your strengths.

Step Two – Fill in the blanks on our ready to go, copy and paste selection criteria templates.

Step Three – Copy and paste your completed response onto a word document and your selection criteria is ready to be submitted to the employer.

What’s In the Package?

•    A ‘Selection Criteria Questions’ list which will pinpoint all your achievements so you present a selection criteria that sells. Even if you have never written selection criteria before, this list will make sure you have enough examples to present a winning criteria.

•    27 Pages of ‘Done For You’ copy and paste templates for you to fill in the blanks using the examples you gathered using the questions list.

•    Over 80+ real life selection criteria examples used in real applications so you know exactly what you need and what people have used in the past.

•    Access to an online video  that will show you step by step how to create a winning criteria.

 As a bonus you will also receive for free: 

•    A copy of the ‘Career Camp’ Ebook which comes jam packed with activities designed to help you find the job of your dreams.

•    A voucher for the ‘Get The Job You Love’ Boot Camp which is a 30 day program designed to get you a job you love in 30 days or less.

Usually $49. Sale On. Very Limited Time Only

Click here for more information.

Do It Your-Self Selection Criteria Package.

Do It Your-Self Selection Criteria Package.