Learning the best way to incorporate an example when responding to key selection criteria.
One of the challenges most jobseekers face when addressing key selection criteria is how best to weave into their selection criteria response an example that is relevant and applicable to the criteria itself and the role too.
The example should be well-structured using the STAR format (Situation, Task, Action and Result) as well as being easy to read and follow, comprehensible and clear.
That's also the way the team at Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions write their responses to selection criteria and include examples the right way.
Client Centric, an Australia-wide professional employment services firm offer a service where they will address the key selection criteria for you, and all you have to do is provide them with a copy of your resume, the position description and any relevant working examples, which they can email you as to what they need to know.
It's pretty straightforward and that's what I love about the service that Client Centric provides.
Addressing selection criteria isn't easy. But it's not impossible. Remember that the example needs to fit the selection criteria and not be too long-winded and boring. The last thing you want is for the reader to be turned-off because the example is totally irrelevant to the role and the needs of the organisation.