The main part of this assignment is to write a detailed Selection Criteria Statement to address ALL Key Selection Criteria; think about how you can support your statements with evidence (at this point you are not required to provide evidence but you may use examples). This part of your assignment should be written on 4-5 pages (formatted, 1.5-spaced and proofread).
Please do not skip any criterion; if you think that a certain criterion is not relevant, explain why. If you think that it is relevant, but you haven’t mastered it yet, explain how you can do it.
Key Selection Criteria*
1. Communication skills: Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills, with the ability to prepare business memos, analytical reports, executive summaries and conduct oral presentations.
2. Information management: Experience/understanding of information technology and systems appropriate to the chosen field (you may further specify this criterion)
3. Knowledge of business, management and economics: Demonstrated ability to understand and solve problems using economic (accounting, finance, HRM, management, marketing – please specify) concepts and essential tools and techniques; a proven capacity to analyze and solve business problems from a range of disciplinary perspectives
4. Ethical and social responsibility: Demonstrated commitment to and appreciation for legal, ethical and social issues related to the chosen field.
5. Analytical and problem solving skills: Well developed analytical, problem solving skills and a demonstrated understanding of quantitative tools appropriate to the chosen field.
6. Understanding people in an organizational context: Demonstrated skills in developing and managing relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders and cross-functional teams.
7. Understanding organizations within broader contexts: An ability to effectively function in a complex and changing world and adapt to diversity, political, international, technological or environmental issues.
8. Personal, interpersonal skills and attitudes: A demonstrated ability to lead and manage a team in an area of high volume and high intensity workload; excellent planning, organizing and time management skills, with the ability to balance competing work priorities.
9. Self-directed and active learning skills: A capacity to assess and build upon previous experiences to pursue lifelong learning and professional growth goals, independently and in collaboration with others