JOB INTERVIEW ANSWERS
and Answers to Address
Selection Criteria in Government Job
Know the questions
before they are asked
You may have
the qualifications and experience to get the
job! But do you have the correct wording to
show off your
skills? Government interviews are like a
game. We are here to give you the rule book
and the words to
Learn what you need
to say to get the job
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 answered
interview questions. 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
and poised, with no
We will give you example questions and
anwsers which will enable you to prepare quality statements
to use when at the interview. 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.
offer you wording that will effectively address Selection
You will be competing with many
other 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 questions and answers to
prepare for the interview. Don't give the selection panel
any reason not to give you the
Be Prepared For Tricky
All The Selection
You'll be as well prepared as
possible to answer every
Be prepaired for the interview stage of
a job application with the minimum of effort. It can take
years to master the art of answering job interview
questions, but you need the perfect wording for your
interview right now. 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 answered
interview questions. 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 the
With this guide
you will know what to say during the interview. Have the
answers ready before the questions are even
Applying for jobs is, to an extent, a
game, and if you learn to play it well you’ll reap the
rewards. Answering 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 suit 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 require an
We offer a guide
to walk you through government interview questions and
how answer them to address the selection criteria the
panel are looking for.
Increase your confidence, presentation and
"Tick all the Selection Criteria boxes"
"This is the guide I was
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Answers: Complete Questions and Examples. And here's
just some of what's inside..."
library of government job interview questions that cover
Draw upon a huge range of example
wording that you can use to match your experience and
• Interview questions and answers
that for the ILS
system Learn specific wording the
government recruiters are looking for and how to use that
wording to win the job.
• Questions and
answers that cover all levels of
government From first
time job hunters right through to executives, we
have it covered.
• Learn what the panel is looking
for when they ask each question Each question government interview
panels ask is linked to specific selection
• Learn how to best answer each
question Learn to
recognise what the panel are looking for when they ask
the questions and how to give them what they
• Complete example answers you
can change to suit your qualifications and
our examples to build your own collection of answers and
examples to use within the
This just scratches
the surface of what's in the
about the tools and strategies you need to answer
government interview and address the Selection
I imagine that
right about now, you're wondering...
How Much Does The Book
The real question might be: How much is it worth
to finally have tools and wording to answer government
interview questions and address the 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
"Wing it in the interview, its up to the panel
to address the Selection Criteria, I'm the one
with the qualifications and experience, no one could
possibly answer the questions better than me", 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 give
excellent responses. Why not take advantage of the
experience and knowledge that has been put into this
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than 26 pages -- no fluff, all information
you can put to work right now - to help you write your
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Learn to recognise the correct way
to answer interview questions to address selection criteria and
you will be well on your way to gaining the
Use our examples to make the process
preparing for a government job interview as easy and as
simple as possible. Don't risk losing the job due to
poorly prepared interview.
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.
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 interview answers are worded. You can use your
qualifications and examples combined with our wording to
make excellent selection criteria responses. 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.
Stand Out From the
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