You’ve come across a position that you’re quite interested in, and they ask you to address a set of key selection criteria. That’s all good and well. But there’s just one problem. You don’t have enough relevant working examples to demonstrate your competence in meeting some or all of the criteria. So, faced with this … Continue reading When You Don’t Have An Example To Use In Addressing Selection Criteria
Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions, an Australian-based professional job seeker services firm, recently published an article entitled: “Why Employers Don’t Always Respond To Unsuccessful Job Applications?”. A good question to ask indeed. If you’re frustrated that you didn’t hear back from an employer after submitting a job application, you’re not alone. More often than not, job … Continue reading Frustrated You Didn’t Hear From Back From an Employer? You’re Not Alone.
Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions, an Australian-based, online employment services business recently published a great article entitled “How To Deal With Challenges Around Working From Home” published today, the 29th April 2020. Many professionals are finding themselves working from home due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, which has seen many households turn into functioning home offices. In the … Continue reading Practical Suggestions To Work More Effectively From Home
I read an interesting article by the Gold Coast Bulletin entitled: ‘Debt, savings to help Qld economy recover’ written by Robyn Wuth from the Australian Associated Press. In the article, it mentions how Treasurer Jackie Trad commented that the economic shock from the Covid-19 virus is nothing like they have seen before. The article also … Continue reading A recovering Queensland state: Being hopeful for an economy to bounce back with jobs growth.
Most will agree that the jobs market in Canberra is tough. You could be pondering on what you can do to prepare for entering the workforce or even make a career change. I suggest that you start by searching for what jobs are currently available and what future jobs will be available. A great article … Continue reading How to prepare for entering the difficult job market in Canberra.
Melbourne’s job market is definitely challenging without any question. You may be asking yourself what you can do to prepare to enter such a challenging workforce or make a career change in this kind of job market. Look at what jobs are available now and will be available in the future. This will help you … Continue reading Preparing to enter into a challenging job market in Melbourne.
The jobs market in Perth at the moment without a doubt is tough, especially given the present Covid-19 situation. You may be thinking about what you can do to prepare yourself to get back into the workforce or change careers. Start by looking at what roles are currently available and future roles that will become … Continue reading Preparing yourself now to get back into the workforce in Perth after Covid-19.
There is no question that many will agree that the jobs market in Sydney is challenging, especially given the current Covid-19 situation. You may be thinking about how you can prepare yourself to re-join the workforce or make a career change. I suggest beginning with looking at jobs that are currently available and jobs that … Continue reading Coping with a challenging jobs market in Sydney: What you need to know!
No doubt many will agree that the jobs market in Brisbane is tight, especially given the current Covid-19 climate. But what about post-COVID-19. You may be wondering what you can do now to prepare yourself to re-enter the workforce or even make a career change. Firstly, I suggest looking at what jobs are available now … Continue reading Ways you can prepare yourself now to enter the workforce in Brisbane post Covid-19, by Matthew Coppola
Mention this article for a $AU10.00 discount off any package purchased by Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions – visit http://www.clientcentric.com.au/individual-pricing This particular selection criterion is asking for you to prove that you can speak and write at a high level and that you can engage well with others at an interpersonal level. Related article: Dealing … Continue reading A high level of verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
This particular selection criterion is asking about your experience engaging with community organisations, as well as other stakeholders relevant to the community sector and who you collaborated, or worked closely with, on meeting the needs of your clients. If you would like help with addressing this selection criterion, then contact the team at Client Centric … Continue reading Experience liaising with community organisations and other key stakeholders to collaborate on the clients’ needs.
There’s a saying “It’s good to keep your options open” and how true that is, especially when it comes to searching and applying for suitable employment. Some job seekers opt to have a collection of different CVs that they can use in applying for work, and there are many reputable professional resume writers that can … Continue reading Why have a collection of CVs/resumes as opposed to having just the one CV? By Matthew Coppola
So you are looking for work and find the perfect job—precisely the type of role you want to do and take the next step in your career. You may start to visualise yourself in the position, imagine the pride and joy that you will have and can share with your family and close friends. It’s … Continue reading Coping with rejections from unsuccessful job applications, by Matthew Coppola
You may feel that your resume is too long, messy and unstructured, but you want to keep all the information because you think that you have a lot to offer and employers should know this. An option is trying to shorten sentences in your responsibilities and experience by either removing unnecessary information or re-writing the … Continue reading How to condense your resume, by Matthew Coppola
My suggestion is to allocate a version number to each CV. So, you could put v1, v2 and so forth. Just make sure that depending on the job you apply for, you use the right CV. The other option is that you put a profession title at the end of the file name. So, for … Continue reading What name should I give to each CV I create?
Do you need to address a set of key selection criteria for a specific role? Contact the team at Client Centric, the specialists in writing selection criteria. For many, addressing key selection criteria is already a challenge enough in itself. Writing out lengthy responses to secure an interview and be considered for the role does … Continue reading Dealing with uninformative job descriptions when addressing selection criteria, by Matthew Coppola
Interested in having your resume and cover letter professionally written by the experts? Contact the team at Client Centric today! Are you faced with the challenge of looking for work online in a jobs market that littered with so many job search websites?. You must feel overwhelmed! Well, good news, you’re not alone! Many job … Continue reading What can I do when there are so many places online to find work? By Matthew Coppola