18 March 2021

Do's and Dont's of Addressing Key Selection Criteria | Webinar

Published on 18 March 2021

You're applying for a job opportunity that’s asking you to address key selection criteria. So where do you start?

Addressing the key selection criteria will help you stand out from the crowd and give yourself the best possible chance of making it to the next round. 

Join us for a free webinar to learn how to address the key selection criteria (KSC), get your job application noticed, and land that job interview.

What we'll cover:

  • How to research the role and organisation before writing your KSC
  • How to draw on and demonstrate your experience using the STAR/CAR methodology
  • How to keep the reader engaged with your evidence
  • Examples of KSC 

Time
Thursday 18 March 2021
12.30pm AEDT
9.30am AWST


Location
LIVE webinar

Who should attend
This webinar is for law students, graduates and new lawyers.

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If you can't make it, register anyway, and you'll get a recording in an email after the webinar.

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Speakers

      

Barb Doquile

Team Leader, State Revenue Office Victoria

Barb has worked in the public sector for the past 15 years. She has been an interview panel member on many occasions and has experience with the process of short listing candidates looking through the lens of the Government recruitment process. Barb has also worked in the private sector and has first hand experience dealing with interview techniques and applying for roles.



      

Lee Horton

Lecturer, The College of Law

Lee is a full-time lecturer at The College of Law. She has had extensive experience as a litigation lawyer in both the private and public sectors. She holds an LLM in Applied Law and is a Graduate Fellow of the College of Law. Driven by accomplishment, she takes pride in delivering the best results possible and assisting others to do the same. As a lecturer her primary goal is to provide practice focused advice and knowledge to graduates and she is committed to helping graduates and early career lawyers excel in their first year in practice.


Facilitator

      

Susan Pincus

National Careers Professional, The College of Law

Susan is a qualified careers practitioner who has extensive experience working with law students and other professionals looking to build their employability and professional profiles, position themselves for entry into the job market and change career direction.

 

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