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Selection Criteria Gov Legal Role

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Monday, 21st Aug 2017
I am looking for someone to address selection criteria for two government legal roles. One is due by midnight tomorrow (14 August 2017).

I need this to be a top quality job, and not just words on a page. I will only pay for a quality job. I need my application to stand out for its quality.

I will provide the resume, my responses to other selection criteria applications. If any additional info is required just send an email and I will respond as quickly as I can.

If I get the job I will give you a $100.00 bonus.
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I have had 30 years experience in Senior Executive Local Government positions including being CEO of a large rural council. I understand local government roles and what is required to be successful in every role.
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Hi H S,

This might sound counter-intuitive. May I suggest that you do not get professional resume or CV writing people? The selection criteria for government legal roles often contain "demonstrate a high level or written or oral communication skills". You suppose to know how to write well before you apply for the job. If you have friends in public service, get them to read it and offer feedback. If I know you personally, I would read it free of charge for you. Hopefully, you are meritorious and have the integrity to get the job. I wish you all the success ahead.


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I have been through this process so many times. I feel like giving you some very valuable tips for free. Use STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) model. This is the most common. Use persuasive verbs (e.g. "I successfully completed" instead of "I have done").

I have made to interviews many times before panels of 2-3 people. Don't be disappointed if you do not get the job because there are many internal applicants competing. Whilst merit is important, 90% of the time is your network of key people in APS.

Wish you all the best and success ahead!

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