NSW Early Childhood Teacher Resume and Selection Criteria application for a client who is striving to re-enter the paid workforce after 12 months maternity leave.
Home » Archives for Haylee H This client was operating his own consultancy business specialising in projects related to the Department of Defence. Seeking a resume and LinkedIn profile that…
The client has been running their own business in a separate field for over a decade but had just recently completed their Bachelor of Criminology. The role she was interested in was an entry-level position that would open up a plethora of opportunities for a career in her chosen field.
After running their own business for some time, the client was looking to return to work with an employer. The client was particularly excited by the prospect of working within the public sector but recognised that the application process can be a bit tricky, and so turned to us for assistance with his application.
The client had worked with our team earlier in their career, so had a good understanding of what to expect in regards to the completion of a secondary school teacher selection criteria. Understanding the complexity of teaching applications, I worked with the client to not only tease out multiple, strong examples against each of the criteria but also to gain a deep understanding of their drivers as an educator.
The client had built a formidable career in Human Resources (HR) and was looking to secure a Senior role in the Public Sector where they could flex their change management and stakeholder engagement abilities.
Upon receiving this order for an executive-level statement of claims, I immediately noticed that it would be a challenging document to complete, as it required addressing a substantial amount of information within a one-page document. The client had been previously working as a Finance Manager for a large company and was looking to transition to a public-sector role.
The client had been working for a Council as a Park and Garden Attendant since May 2018 on a contract basis and had the chance to apply for a permanent position that had been made available on an internal basis only. The client had a diverse range of experience, including sales and leadership positions, but their passion lies in horticulture, and so he was very eager to secure this position.
The client had some strong teaching examples, in addition to leadership examples, however, given the nature of the position, I suggested she focus on recent leadership examples. The client had used the STAR (Situation, Task, Action and Result) format before and was familiar with the concept. Having already prepared examples she wished to include, the client explained in detail each idea, and I was able to ask questions where appropriate.
My client was a repeat client who had returned to our services to move to the next stage in her career, and into a Corporate Communications role for a Public-Sector organisation. The role is the perfect “next step” for the client’s career, however she was having some trouble deciphering the requirements of the application.