The vacancy announcement to which you are responding lists the job requirements. In this application, you provide your qualifications as they apply to those requirements. Your statement of qualification should include a demonstration of the required knowledge, skill, or ability. All of the requirements in the vacancy announcement should be addressed. If you do not address each requirement, you will have an incomplete application. This may cause you to be found unqualified. Read each of the requirements listed on the vacancy announcement. Consider carefully your achievements which demonstrate the specified requirement. An achievement may be either a specific instance or sustained high performance over a period of time. These achievements may have occurred in all kinds of settings, e.g., paid work in the Postal Service or any other organization, volunteer work, education, training activities. For each requirement, try to give several examples of achievements that demonstrate you have the knowledge, skill, or ability being addressed. We recommend describing achievements by (1) telling of a situation or task which needed to be done; (2) stating what action you took; and (3) describing the result of that action. Be sure it is clear to the evaluator that: 1. What you are describing demonstrates the requirement. 2. The situation, action, and result are fully described. 3. You were in some way responsible for the result. 4. If you displayed initiative or innovation, you have shown this. REQUIREMENTS: This section is composed of Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) which are required to satisfactorily perform the tasks of the position. Applicants must demonstrate that they possess a sufficient level of each KSA, to include at least minimum competency for senior-qualified positions to enable them to perform these tasks satisfactorily. Applicants demonstrate these levels by describing examples of experience, education, or training, any of which may be non-postal. Ratings are based on the demonstration of the level of possession of each of the KSAs. Failure to demonstrate any KSA is disqualifying. 1. Knowledge of postal administrative procedures and mail classification. 2. Knowledge of computer systems at a level sufficient to operate keyboard devices, input data and obtain reports and information. 3. Ability to use written reference materials including handbooks, manuals, charts, bulletins, directives and checklists. 4. Ability to communicate both orally and in writing at a level sufficient to interpret and exchange information, answer questions and give directions. 5. Ability to perform basic mathematical computations. 6. Ability to compare names, letters or numbers for accuracy and completeness. 7. Ability to detect patterns to determine how a set of numbers of data are related to each other. 8. Ability to prepare forms, records, tables and reports. 9. Ability to positively and effectively work and deal with others. 10. Ability to plan and execute work activities without direct supervision, accomplishing tasks to meet deadlines.
Module 4: Drama Reflective Essay Directions: Choose one of the topics below and write a three to four page essay. Make sure you address every point in the question and use textual evidence from the literature to support your points as well as at least two quotes from two of your secondary sources. Before planning and drafting your essay, refer to the reflective essay instructions and grading criteria on pages 5-7 of our syllabus. Also remember you may not write this essay as a text-submission (i.e. you may not type your response into this box). You must type your essay as a Word document, use Save As, browse your computer (below) , and attach the document for submission. Choice 1: Discuss the theme of resiliency of the human spirit using at least three characters in the play. Choice 2: Discuss how upbringing, societal influences, and personal choices have affected Troys life. Choice 3: Discuss the complexity of at least three central father/son relationships in the play. Choice 4: Discuss how the play portrays African-American life in the mid 1950s in terms of suffering and sustenance. Choice 5: Discuss one symbolic aspect of the play – fences, music or baseball – and how it conveys at least three key themes.