and Selection Criteria
Your first step into the working world can be scary, confusing, and frustrating.
We will take the guess work out of it for you, and design a custom application that meets your needs.
Our graduate resumes include:
How We Write Graduate Resumes
Whether your careful planning has played out, or you’re not sure where to go from here, we can help.
If you’re approaching the end of your degree, you’ve probably started to think about next steps. If you’ve had a look online for potential jobs, you might have seen requests for resumes, selection criteria, short form responses to behavioural questions, cover letters, and other application requirements. But what does it all mean?
Let us cut through all the questions. We will design a fully customised resume with all the contemporary requirements. Your new resume will highlight your strengths and unique selling points, even if you don’t think you have any. Our resumes are also professionally formatted, easy to read, and based on industry standards.
You will work with our graduate resume and selection criteria specialists. They can help you to create a professional and successful resume.
Graduates have it hard. Any graduate program or entry level position these days attracts hundreds of applications. Make sure yours stands out. Our strength is turning your university knowledge and limited experience into a positive story about growth and opportunity.
Your resume is an important investment. However, key to your application (and far more important, in fact) are going to be your cover letter or responses to the selection criteria.
Free Tips on Graduate Resumes and Selection Criteria
You can find out even more about writing your graduate resume and selection criteria through our blog, including tips on:
- Writing a resume in 2021
- Everything you need to know about writing selection criteria
- Writing a 2-page cover letter that addresses government requirements
Graduate Selection Criteria
Our approach to selection criteria is systemic across the board, and the structure applies to all: Situation, Task, Approach and Result, best known as STAR.
For graduates, our consultation process is key. We work with you, asking questions to draw out success stories you didn’t even know you had! The types of questions we ask will vary and align with the specific role, but we will use response to these types of questions to develop your responses:
- When have you worked in a team either in or outside university, and how did you approach it?
- How do you manage your time at university or in the workplace?
- What technical skills have you developed and how are you keeping your knowledge current?
- What did you do outside of university to build you skills?
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