Government Selection Criteria Examples
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The included examples of statements addressing selection criteria have been written by career counsellors, application writers, résumé writing teachers, government recruitment consultants and real applicants. Some criteria are brand new, some are previously published, some are fictional and some have won real people real jobs.
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Some people use them as a template.
Some people pick out the sentences that pop out at them and use them.
Some people re-word whole phrases and use them.
Some people copy the examples word for word (not recommended but it's totally up to you).
Others just want to see what selection criteria responses should look like, how long they should be, or what kind of examples they should be including.
Feel free to use the wording, concepts, ideas and structure in your own application. But, don’t forget to provide examples of your own knowledge, skills and abilities.
Whether you're writing your first ever selection criteria answers, or have done it many times but are struggling with writers block, or writing something good enough to get an interview, then these are sure to help you. Hopefully just by looking at this document you will learn something about how to write your own government job application, both in content and format.
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