I havent got a resume anymore (lost it on my old computer).. I am working at the moment and love my job & employers but I need more hours than they can offer.
Have you used professional resume / cover help? Was it worth it or is google just as good?
I have never applied for a position that requires a cover letter addressing selection criteria but there are afew I am interested in. Any tips?
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08-12-2013 19:04 #1
Have you paid for resume help?
08-12-2013 19:18 #2
I have always written my own. A selection criteria is a bit different though, what industry OP.? My selection criteria is usually 1 page per criteria and set out pretty specifically.
08-12-2013 19:24 #3
I have but it was a long time ago. Did get me some good jobs though.
08-12-2013 19:38 #4
The Careers website has sample resumes. I did mine from there years ago and its gotten me every job iv applied for so far
Also selection criteria is very common.in public service jobs. If you go to the APS.gov website they have a pdf file about applying for jobs and a model on how to address selection criteria. I have used the model many times and its most helpful ! Sorry i dont have the link.
Good luck !
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08-12-2013 21:39 #5
Sil did now she works at a great media company with hardly any exp but a great brain iykwim.
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08-12-2013 21:49 #6Senior Member
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I did years ago, I was applying for a government position and there was so much selection criteria required.
It didn't cost too much and I got the job.:-)
09-12-2013 05:52 #7
I did years ago and at the interviews all the bosses would compliment on how well done the resume was. Scored me some jobs too :-) I kept a copy and as the years progressed I just changed a few things and it did it all myself.
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