Monthly Archives: July 2009

FREE Selection Criteria Answers and Examples – Customer Service Call Centre Operator

I prepared an application for a client who applied for an entry level Customer Service Call Centre Operator role with Centrelink. The selection criteria involved addressing five key areas at a maximum of 200 words for each. Outlined below is a full example of one of the criteria. As a Call Centre Operator you will need to possess the ability to multi-task. Can you please [...]

Job Selection Process Changes

I would like to share with you some details on an interesting excerpt in the ‘Recruiter Daily' I read this morning regarding a charter that has been developed (its still in draft form), which will be open to changes pending the results of a large survey being undertaken on current recruitment processes (both with recruitment agencies and employers). The charter covers up to 10 key [...]

FREE Selection Criteria Answers, Responses, Examples | 190+ Interview Winners

Over 190+ selection criteria answers, examples and responses posted. All of them have won interviews for my clients. Visit the following post so you can access them with one touchpoint, each of them hyperlinked: FREE Selection Criteria Examples: 190+ | Government & Tertiary Sector Roles. They can also be accessed here: Addressing Selection Criteria Category and Monthly Archives. Collectively, they showcase different roles (over 110+) [...]

Job Selection Process and Psychometric Testing

Psychometric assessment or testing is frequently used early on in the job selection process (in conjunction with the job interview) with its key aim of providing the employer with a profile of the candidate and how they would fit into the workplace. Research has shown that traditional interviews do not work so employers are incorporating assessment to tighten up their recruitment. Psychometric testing is used [...]

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