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مُساهمةموضوع: ساعدوني أرجوكم أنا مستعجلة أريد.............   2011-12-30, 00:40

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project: making a job application booklet
:your booklet should include the following item
adverts with job description
phone enquiries about job vacancies
resumé or c.v.s
letter of reference
letter of application
replies (negative,positive)from administration /company
letter of acceptance

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: ساعدوني أرجوكم أنا مستعجلة أريد.............   2011-12-30, 13:22

adverts with job description

A private company back to a secretary know how to work automated and
flags of French and English resident on algiria or its environs
e-mail:mnfg1122@hotmail.com
t:021328307


phone enquiries about job vacancies

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resumé or c.v.s

name.........
address........
place of birth......
age......
education......
languages......
previous work experience.......
interests........
references.......

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: ساعدوني أرجوكم أنا مستعجلة أريد.............   2011-12-30, 14:33

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: ساعدوني أرجوكم أنا مستعجلة أريد.............   2011-12-30, 16:32

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: ساعدوني أرجوكم أنا مستعجلة أريد.............   2011-12-30, 18:32

WRITING AN application 1
Components of the Application
Addressing the Selection Criteria
CONDUCT OF THE INTERVIEW 5
Preparing for the Interview
During the Interview
KEY POINTS 8
When writing your Resume
Examples of Achievements
HOW TO ADDRESS THE SELECTION CRITERIA 11
Example
1
WRITING A JOB APPLICATION
Components of the Application:
The application consists of.
a covering letter
an application form
a statement of your claims against the selection criteria
other information you might wish to provide
Addressing the Selection Criteria
When writing your application, it is imperative that you address the
selection criteria of the job for which you are applying. These criteria
identify the level of skills and knowledge you would need in order to
perform the duties of the job effectively.
There will be several criteria for each job, and they are usually divided into
two categories - essential and desirable. In order to be considered for the
job, you must possess all the essential skills and knowledge and, where
applicable, it will be advantageous if you also meet the desirable criteria.
Applications must make a statement about each criterion. Some criteria
require greater explanation than others, but you should be as succinct as
possible.
2
It is important to realise that one of the essential criteria for all promotional
positions is ‘proficiency in communication for a range of specific purposes
and audiences in written forms” so applicants will be expected to convey
information in their application clearly and succinctly. As a general rule,
you should limit your comments on any one selection criterion to half a
page or less.
As an applicant, the onus is on you to demonstrate that you meet the
selection criteria. This means that you must list each criterion separately
and then state your claims under each one. This is very different from a
traditional CV where your work experience is simply listed in
chronological order. For example, if one of the criterion is 'organisational
ability’ you would need to extract from your employment history any
evidence which helps demonstrate that you possess that particular skill, and
then present the information clearly under the criterion heading.
When making your claims against the criteria, it is important to include
relevant examples of how you have performed in the past. Merit selection
is based on a belief that the best predictor of future behaviour is past

behaviour, so selection panels will feel much more confident about
predicting your ability to perform in a job if they can ascertain how you
have performed in previous positions. It is not sufficient for you to simply
state that you possess certain skills or experience. Panels require specific
and relevant examples of these skills.
3
When writing your claims against the selection criteria, it is helpful to
provide answers to as many of the following questions as possible:
* When, where and how have you used that particular skill, knowledge
or experience?
* How did you gain that skill, knowledge or experience?
* How often and how effectively have you applied that skill, knowledge
or experience?
* How did you judge the effectiveness of your performance?
Addressing the selection criteria
If one of the selection criteria is knowledge of a particular topic, rather
than possession of a skill, it would be wise to demonstrate your knowledge
by briefly discussing the topic. In this way, the panel can be under no
illusion that you possess the knowledge. For example, if you are required
to demonstrate knowledge of a particular Act of Parliament, you can
briefly summarise the purpose and operations of the Act and its relevance
to the working environment. You could also mention how you have
applied this knowledge in your work.
Any skills, knowledge and experience relevant to the selection criteria can
be used in support of your application. For example, if you designed
professional development activities whilst working for another company,
you are quite entitled to use that as evidence of your skills and experience.
Furthermore, you could legitimately cite a skill which you gained whilst
performing a role outside the work environment. For example, you may
have demonstrated organisational and liaison skills as president of a
community group.
4
It would be helpful in this case, however, to cite another example where
you used those particular skills within the work environment.
Having drafted your application, it is advisable to seek a second opinion on
it from someone who knows your work well. Often applicants overlook
some of their skills because they take them for granted, and occasionally
basic errors or omissions go unnoticed by the applicant, but are picked up
by observers.
Applications should be on good quality paper. They can either be typed or
handwritten, but typed applications are preferred.
Ensure that your name is on each page of your application.
If you are granted an interview, you may wish to give your referees a copy
of your application so they are aware of the claims you have made.
Summary
Make sure you meet at least the essential criteria for the position.
Address each selection criterion separately, and provide concrete
examples where possible.
Write clearly and succinctly.
Ensure you have presented yourself in the best possible light, but be
honest.
Seek a second opinion on your application.
Provide a copy of your application to your referees (if you are
granted an interview.
Submit your claims against the selection criteria, CV, together with
your Application form before the closing time and date.
5
CONDUCT OF THE INTERVIEW
During the interview you will be asked questions that
relate to the selection criteria. Some of these are
specific (such as 'Can you expand on your experience)
and others are general (such as 'Could you tell us why
you are interested in this particular position?'). The
general questions are normally 'warm-up' questions designed to make you
feel at ease and to allow you the opportunity to talk about your motivation
for the job and what you can offer.
Preparing for the Interview
Do your homework on the position. Make sure you clearly understand
the duties of the job and the relevance of the selection criteria.
The questions you will be asked in the interview relate to the selection
criteria so you can often predict the nature of the questions. This will
help you in preparing your answers. In doing so, try to think of
concrete examples you can use to back up your claims, but be careful
not to use the same examples in all your answers or the panel may
think your experiences have been rather limited. When thinking of
things you could have done better, identify what you learned from
your mistakes and whether you have changed your behaviour as a
result. You should try to turn all questions in the interview to your
advantage.
Practice your interview.
6
Think up one or two brief questions to ask the panel at the end of the
interview. It is standard practice for candidates to be invited to ask
questions. This is your opportunity to clarify anything you may be
unsure about. Try to ensure that your questions are relevant to the
position, and that the panel members are the appropriate people to ask.
It is advisable to avoid asking questions which indicate that you are
more interested in the perks of the job than the job itself. Your time in
the interview would be better spent conveying an enthusiasm for the
job.
During the Interview
Be enthusiastic about the job, your previous achievements and what
you would do if given the job.
When answering questions, try to provide concrete examples of your
achievements. In doing so, explain the situation you were in, your
particular role, the task in hand, the action you personally took, and
the result. For example, if you want the panel to know that you are
very effective in liaising with parents, if would be helpful to cite an
example of how you handled a difficult situation with parents and
what the positive outcomes were.
Try to let the facts speak for themselves and be honest. If you do not
know the answer to a particular question, say so, because if you
mislead the panel, you will almost certainly not get the job.
7
Do not be put off by panel members recording what you say - this is
necessary to help jog their memories.
Ensure you maintain eye contact with all panel members.
Take time to think about your answers. The Selection Panel does not
expect immediate responses from you.
Be yourself. Many applicants feel that they must be intense and
serious in interviews, but if that does not suit their normal personality,
it can produce anxiety. It is worth remembering that occasionally
humour and casual conversation can be quite appropriate in
interviews, but be wary of becoming too familiar with the Panel.
Seek clarification from the panel if you do not understand a question,
or if you aren't sure whether you have provided the Panel with the
type of information they require.
Assume that the panel members know nothing about you. Even if you
know one or more of them, answer their questions in the same detail
as you would if they did not know you.
You will be encouraged by the panel to provide complete answers to
questions, but be careful not to talk too much. Be as clear and concise
in your answers as possible. You can always add to your answers if
the panel indicates that more information is required.
Thank the Panel at the end of the interview. A small courtesy such as this
is likely to leave a favourable impression
8
SOME KEY POINTS TO CONSIDER WHEN
WRITING YOUR RESUME
Your resume is not a life history. It should contain sufficient
information to describe your skills and accomplishments and create a
picture of substance, depth and capability. There is no "set rule" for
length of a resume but two to three pages (depending on years of
experience) should be sufficient to capture the important information.
When preparing a chronological resume, it is a good idea to provide
more detail on the most recent experience (last 5 years) and less detail
on experience prior to that. Normally, experience gained more than
ten years ago should be summarised to a line or two describing only
the Job title or functional area you worked in.
Draw on your past experience to describe what you have achieved
rather than what your responsibilities are. They are not the same
thing. If a number of applicants for the same job listed only their
duties or responsibilities in their resume, a selection panel would not
be able to make any distinction between them. Highlight your
particular capabilities by expanding on specific achievements that
reflect your initiative, follow-through, problem solving, leadership or
team skills. Make sure your resume is results oriented by using action
verbs such as achieved, initiated, supervised, improved, created,
participated in, etc… to describe what you have done.
9
When describing achievements, quantify where appropriate. How
many people did you supervise? How much money was saved, what
was the size of the budget, how many customers were served or
enquiries resolved. Quantifying your claims will give a much better
idea of the scope of your job or project.
Don't be modest about your claims. Many people underestimate or
fail to give themselves credit for their accomplishments. Remind
yourself that it is healthy and admirable to sell yourself to a new
employer by emphasising your achievements and the tasks that you
have completed well. Below are some examples of achievements to
help you recall your own:
Examples of achievements.:[/size]
Putting together an Annual Budget
Solving a difficult problem
Serving on a committee, either in the workplace
or community
Juggling a variety of tasks
Mediating a dispute
Writing an important or influential report
Motivating staff to accept difficult and
challenging roles
Speaking to groups or chairing/running a regular
meeting
Establishing rapport with people
Recruiting and interviewing new staff
Working in a team to manage a project/complete
an activity
Organising a conference
Developing, running or promoting a training
program
Introducing a new idea or process
Mentoring new staff
10
Be accurate about your claims. If you contributed to a project rather
than managed it or participated in a team effort rather than directed
the team, be factual about the extent of your involvement
Never apologise for skills you don't have. Emphasise the skills and
attributes you do.
Don't use abbreviations, jargon or describe your experience in
language that is not understood widely.
Avoid excessive detail about education and personal information.
Give your resume to a friend or colleague whose judgement you trust
to check writing style and accuracy.
.◊ [/size]Your completed resume should create a good impression on first
sight. Use of bold print, capitals or centering will give headings
emphasis and dot points can summarise key information.
If you have had the opportunity to compare resumes you will know that:
candidates with similar claims for a job can appear more or less qualified
depending on what they say (or don't say) and how well they say it; a
candidate stands a better chance of being selected if his or her resume is
written with the employer's needs in mind. The content and design of a
resume can determine whether the applicant is shortlisted or overlooked.
11
HOW TO ADDRESS THE SELECTION
CRITERIA
When writing your claims against the selection criteria, it is helpful to
provide answers to as many of the following questions as
possible:
* When, where and in what position have you used that
particular skill, knowledge or experience?
* How did you gain that skill, knowledge or experience?
* How often and how effectively have you applied that skill, knowledge
or experience?
* How did you judge the effectiveness of your performance?
.(Refer to page 3 for more information on this topic)[/size]
12
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EXAMPLES
ABLE TO WORK IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT
Applicant I
I enjoy working in a team environment.
In my present employment my contribution to the team helps in the
promotion of a happy, and successful working environment.
I have a friendly disposition and get on well with people.
Applicant 2
In 1995 when in year 12 I was elected as a student councillor. My work
required me to communicate the concerns of my fellow students to the
school administration. I was responsible in conveying the academic, social
and emotional needs of students and more importantly to help maintain a
harmonious environment within the school.
As a councillor, my work was always conducted as a team effort, working
towards a common goal. I have also learnt and fostered team skills in
various sporting areas. My involvement in the coaching of junior sports
has further developed my team work skills.
I have an excellent background in leading and working in a team
environment. My experience as student councillor enabled me to play an
active role in a team where cooperation was an essential element in
achieving goals.
13
ABLE TO WORK IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT
Applicant I
WHAT THE APPLICANT MEANT TO IMPLY
In my present employment as Staff Officer I have developed an excellent
command of people skills. My work in this area is concerned with
implementing and promoting new systems in administrative procedures.
Recently I was successful in leading and implementing a new payroll
system which involved the support and cooperation of other staff members.
I played an active role in conveying the requirements of Management to
other staff members within the organisation.
14
ABLE TO UNDERTAKE A RANGE OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND
FINANCIAL TASKS.
Applicant I
I have experience in administrative and financial tasks.
My present employment requires me to undertake the duties and
responsibilities of Office Manager.
I possess the necessary knowledge and skills to deal with a range of
administrative and accounting assignments.
Applicant 2
In 1993 1 undertook further studies, on a part time basis, to improve and
upgrade my administrative and accounting skills.
This knowledge has assisted me in my role as Administrative Officer with
my present employer.
I am responsible for maintaining personnel records for all staff and must
ensure that all changes to documentation are accurate and current.
I have experience in accrual accounting and I am responsible for preparing
the annual budget for our organisation. I also possess word processing
skills and I am familiar with the Excel spreadsheet software package.
15
ABLE TO UNDERTAKE A RANGE OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND
FINANCIAL TASKS.
WHAT THE APPLICANT MEANT TO IMPLY
Applicant 1
As Officer Manager for a small building company for the past three years,
I have been able to enhance my accounting and management skills.
My duties involve compiling monthly financial statements and preparing
the budget for the following financial year.
Apart from my accounting experience, my duties also require me to
undertake various administrative tasks. In my capacity as Office Manager,
I supervise 10 staff, liaise with clients, recruit staff, attend to
correspondence and am responsible for the adherence to company's policy.
In all my administrative and financial tasks I display a professional
approach to my duties. I am organised, conscientious and accurate. Senior
management was impressed with my performance last year and I was
awarded Employee of the Year.

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: ساعدوني أرجوكم أنا مستعجلة أريد.............   2011-12-30, 18:34

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