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Author Villiers, Ann D.

Title How to write and talk to selection criteria : improving your chances of winning a job / Ann Villiers.

Published Hawker, A.C.T. : Mental Nutrition, [2011]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  650.14 VILL    AVAILABLE
Edition 5th ed.
Physical description x, 271 pages ; 25 cm
Notes Previous ed.: 2005.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-270) and index.
Contents Part 1: Career management for public servants. 1. A public service career -- 2. Job seeker as career manager and sense-maker -- 3. Know what you offer -- 4. Fifty ideas for managing your career -- Part 2: How it all works. 5. Understanding government selection processes -- 6. How to read a government job advertisement -- 7. Entry-level programs -- 8. Making sense of capability frameworks -- 9. Interpreting the job context -- Part 3: The application. 10. Writing to selection criteria -- 11. Values-based management -- 12. Preparing your resume -- 13. Helping your referees -- 14. A case study: Lee Koudbee climbs high -- Part 4: The interview. 15. What to expect -- 16. Sixteen confidence-building strategies -- 17. The art of self-promotion -- 18. Types of interview questions -- 19. After the interview.
Summary "Based on a sense-making framework called Mental Nutrition, and a career management perspective, this updated edition focuses on how to manage your public service career, how to write evidence-based, results-focused, job-matched résumés and applications and how to present a convincing case at a job interview."--Publisher's website.
Subject Résumés (Employment) -- Australia.
Job hunting.
Applications for positions.
Economic sectors - Government.
Economic sectors Government.
Employment - Recruitment.
Employment Recruitment.
Variant Title How to write & talk to selection criteria : improving your chances of winning a job.
ISBN 9780975756133 (paperback)