Perth Resume Writing Service
First based in Kalamunda, we can assist people all over Perth via phone, email or video conference.
Nicole is a Perth resume writer and HR specialist, and has more than 10 years' experience writing professional resumes.
Nicole can personally help with resumes, cover letters, selection criteria and LinkedIn profiles.
Nicole has extensive experience writing resumes for the following job roles:
Areas of Specialisation:
We can assist with a range of applications, for industries including mining and resources, tourism, health and education.
Our Professional Resume service includes:
Perth and WA Government Jobs: Where to Find Them and How to Get Them
Where to Find Government Jobs in Perth and WA
Federal WA Government Jobs
Commonwealth Government jobs are listed in the Public Service Gazette.
State WA Government Jobs
West Australian Government jobs are advertised here.
Local WA Government Jobs
Council Jobs in WA can be found by reviewing your local council website.
City of Perth jobs
City of Wanneroo jobs
City of Subiaco jobs
City of Stirling jobs
City of Swan jobs
Developing Your Resume for a WA Government Role
When applying for a government role, your resume and selection criteria are used in combination to assess your suitability for the role. Your resume should confirm the dates of your employment and your roles, and provide a summary of your experience.
Your selection criteria response is your opportunity to provide detailed information about your previous experience and achievements, and how this relates to the position you are applying for. It is vital your resume and selection criteria are consistent.
Generally, resumes in the government sector are more traditional in design, panels tend to prefer black and white colour schemes with minimal graphics and fancy fonts.
Addressing the Selection Criteria
When applying for a government role, ensuring you adequately address the selection criteria is critical.
Utilise the industry standard STAR model when formulating your responses. That is, when structuring your response, consider the Situation (what role were you in?), Task (what was the problem or issue you were faced with?), Action (what did you do?) and Result (what was the outcome?).
Here’s some examples:
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