Im currently applying for a job with a charity, and like many other organisations do not accept CV's and request you fill in their application form. On one section you have to say how you meet each of the points of the person specification. For example:
1. Well developed verbal communication skills to deal effectively,
and appropriately with internal and external stakeholders.
2. Well developed ability to write in a clear and understandable way to staff,managers, external organisations and the public.
3. Ability to negotiate with individuals and achieve objectives through these relationships.
What I want to know is how they expect this to be answered. Is it Ok to be bulletpoints? Is it ok to be written from in the first person and in full sentences?
Any help would be much appreciated.
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- Thread Starter
- 28-07-2009 10:38
- 28-07-2009 12:38
Write your answers in full sentences using examples of what you have done to provide evidence of you having those skills.
Unless you have to fit your answer into a box and it states not to write more than that then you can always use additional paper.
Hope this helps a little.