When writing excellent key selection criteria responses, to do it properly, there are some simple steps to follow.
Use good examples.
First and foremost, you want to make sure that you have one or two good examples that you can include in your response. The example/s must be relevant, solid and concise. Don’t waffle on, and most importantly, actually answer the criteria.
Use the STAR method too!
Secondly, it’s equally important to write legibly.
Take into consideration who will be reading your cover letter. You want the employer to be impressed by your writing skills, not deterred. For this very reason, Client Centric write professional responses to key selection criteria to take the stress and worry away from people.
KEEP IT STRAIGHT TO THE POINT.
Finally, make sure that your responses are not too long and exhaustive. At the same time, you don’t want your answers to be too short. A balancing act here is required.
Key selection criteria range from those on influence and negotiation, conceptual and analytical ability, interpersonal skills, communication, planning and organising to criteria specific for teachers, nurses, healthcare, administration and government positions like stakeholder engagement, IT/computer skills and problem solving.