Complete Examples and Answers to Address Selection Criteria.

Increase your chances of winning the job

Dear Government Job Hunters,

You may have the qualifications and experience to get the job! But do you have the correct wording to show off your skills? Writting selection criteria is a game. We are here to give you the rule book and the words to win. 

Everything you wanted to know about Selection Criteria

Selection Criteria are used throughout Australia as a part of government recruitment. They are used to hired people for jobs in the Australian Public Service (APS) and in state, territory and local governments. They are also used in universities and TAFEs and in some cases private enterprise. When applying for a job that uses selection criteria it can seem like a daunting task and many people under estimate the importance of well written application. To stand out against large numbers of applications you need to understand how the process works and what the selection panel are looking for. Without a good understand of what the criteria mean you could write an application that is completely off track. The selection panel will be looking for specific wording and examples that they can use to tick off against all the required criteria.

Be shown how to write the Selection Criteria correctly

We will give you the wording to apply to your examples which will enable you to prepare quality statements to use when addressing selection criteria. You will need an evidenced base examples rather than statements of belief. You will need to use direct, short answers to address criteria and use variety when starting your responses.

We offer you wording that will effectively address Selection Criteria

You will be competing with hundreds of applicants who also will have the qualifications and experience to get the job. Use our wording to get the edge over the competition. Use our examples to write the perfect selection criteria. Don't give the selection panel any reason not to give you the job.


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The ebook will help enable you to get to the interview stage

Get to the interview stage of a job application with the minimum of effort. It can take years to master the art of writing excellent selection criteria, but you need the perfect wording to apply for your job right now. Don't waste any of your valuable time writing poorly worded selection criteria. You may have spent years and years at university to gain your qualifications, don't throw all that hard work out the window with a poorly written selection criteria. You have all the experience and qualifications for the job but don't know how to sell it. The selection panel will be looking for specific wording to tick off all the criteria they are looking for. Through this ebook you will gain the correct wording and be well on your way to gaining an interview.


Are you frustrated of getting rejection after rejection when you know you have more than enough qualifications and experience to gain the position.


Applying for jobs is, to an extent, a game, and if you learn to play it well you’ll reap the rewards. Writing selection criteria is also like a game, you may have the skills and experience but if you don't have the right words to answer the criteria you will not get the job.


Examples for all levels of the Australian Public Service


The ebook is targeted at people who wish to apply for a job in the Australian Public Service. If you're straight out of university applying for your first job or if your an executive who is looking for a promotion this ebook can help you. The principles apply to all positions which use selection criteria.


Features throughout the ebook 


  • Fully written examples to the most common advertised government selection criteria
  • Use our examples as a guide to help you write your own application 
  • All examples are between 300-450 words (the ebook in total is 80 A4 pages) 
  • Selection Criteria Examples Cover a vast range of skill sets and is suitable for any role in the APS 
  • All levels are covered from juniors just starting out in the work force to executives at the top of the career. 
  • All Selection Criteria Examples are relevant and up to date 


We offer a step by step guide to walk you through the process of writing the perfect set of selection criteria and how to shape our wording to your application.


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"Writing Selection Criteria"

"This is the guide I was looking for but couldn't find. It's called Selection Criteria: Complete Examples. And here's just some of what's inside..."

  A complete library of selection criteria examples to draw upon when writing your next  Draw upon a huge range of example wording that you can use to match your experience and qualification

Selection criteria examples for the ILS system Learn specific wording the government recruiters are looking for and how to use that wording to win the job.

 Selection criteria examples for all levels of government From first time job hunters right through to executives, we have all selection criteria covered

 Tools and strategies for writing a statement of claims against selection criteria Don't just guess at how to be to respond to selection criteria get it right the first time, and don't risk losing the job due to a poorly written application

What are selection criteria and what are they looking for? Learn specific wording to best convey your qualifications and experience

Selection criteria in the APS Selection criteria are a crucial and integral part of the APS recruitment process, and that's why it's so important to really understand them and how to respond to them

 Essential vs. desirable selection criteria What are they really looking for?

Types of selection criteria and the Integrated Leadership System Learn to spot key wording, you may have the qualification but do you have the right wording to convey the message of the skills you possess.

 Addressing selection criteria - a step by step example Be shown how to write an excellent statement of claims

 Addressing selection criteria - things to avoid Learn what not to do to help improve your application


This just scratches the surface of what's in the ebook.

 Learn about the tools and strategies you need to write against Selection Criteria.

I imagine that right about now, you're wondering...


How Much Does The Book Cost?

The real question might be: How much is it worth to finally have tools and wording to write the perfect Selection Criteria, to have peace of mind and to know that your application is the best that it can be?

I suppose you could do what most people do -- just "Write the Selection Criteria myself, I'm the one with the qualifications and experience, I'm the only one that could possibly write about this", and use the "trial and error" method. That was what I used to do... Until I woke up and realised I had to get organised, learn about Selection Criteria and be in a position to write excellent responses. Why not take advantage of the experience and knowledge that has been put into this comprehensive e-book? The e-book is written in very simple, easy to understand terms, you don't have to have any computer or internet knowledge. Less than 80 pages -- no fluff, all information you can put to work right now - to help you write your perfect Selection Criteria. And the cost?

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Downloadable e-Book. You can be reading Selection Criteria: Complete Examples  in as little as 2 minutes from right now (even if it's 2am on a Sunday!). You will be able to download the e-book in a PDF file (which can be read on any computer). You can read the book on your computer, or you can print it out if you like. After purchase you will be sent directly to a link where you can download the e-book straight away. You will be sent a confirmation email, with a link to the download.


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If you try just SOME of the wording and don't finally see the results...

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Learn to recognise the correct way to write to selection criteria and you will be well on your way to gaining the job.


Use our examples to make the process of writing Selection Criteria as easy and as simple as possible. Don't risk losing the job due to a poorly written application.


Scott Williams

P.S. Back in the day it was easy to apply for a government job. All you had to do was attach a resume with a cover letter which vaguely covered the selection criteria. However nowadays government jobs have become far more desirable and many more people are applying. With the increased competition comes a far more complex selection process. In order to compete you must have the best application possible, your selection criteria needs to stand out from the rest.

P.S.S. I've been a public servant for a long time now and over time have developed a large range of examples and wording to use to address selection criteria, I would like to share what I have learnt with you. You don't need to just address the selection criteria you need to prove to the selection panel that you are the best out of hundreds of applicants and that's just to get an interview.

P.S.S.S. Writing selection criteria used to be easy, just follow the PAR, CAR or STAR methods for each. But this no longer works, it doesn't even come close, you can't address all of the selection criteria with just one or two examples. Is using other peoples selection criteria wording allowed? The ebook has been put together to show you how excellent selection criteria are worded. You can use your qualifications and examples combined with our wording to make an excellent selection criteria response. You can use our examples to highlight skills you already have and perhaps reveal some didn't even know you had. You will be able to convey your message to the selection panel using the correct and well structured wording.



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