As professional key selection criteria writers, Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions have found that there are 5 criteria which are most commonly used by many employers in Australia across a diverse range of sectors.
These 5 criteria include:
Demonstrated effective communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills.
Being an effective communicator is one of the most highly sought-after skills that any employee could have. This criteria is asking you to demonstrate how effective you are at communicating in verbal form with others as well as your ability to write in a clear and concise manner.
Demonstrated computer skills.
Just about every job in 2020 requires you to have some basic knowledge of how to operate a computer, table and/or smart phone device.
Demonstrated good time management and organisational skills.
Another highly-sought after skill is the ability to manage time effectively and work in an organised manner. In fact, it’s one of the skills that every salesperson must have.
Demonstrated ability to work both independently and in a team environment.
Many roles require a candidate to be able to work well by themselves, and be an effective team player when working in team environments.
A relevant tertiary qualification and/or experience.
Most jobs these days require a qualification. If a candidate does not have a relevant qualification, then relevant experience will be viewed favourably. Some employers require both a qualification and relevant years of experience, while others may just require either a qualification and or suitable experience.
Are you currently applying for jobs? Do you ever come across roles which require you to address a set of key selection criteria? The team at Client Centric can take the load off by professionally writing the responses for you. Get in touch with the team at Client Centric today to learn more about their professional key selection criteria writing service, not matter your background or profession.