Generally Selection Criteria will ask you to demonstrate examples of your experience.
One way to address the Criteria is by using the STAR Method (Situation-Task-Action-Results)
What was the situation? This is a brief outline of the situation faced and your role.
What were the main issues involve with the situation?
What needed to be done?
What task/s needed to be achieved and what was the desired outcome?
What obstacles had to be overcome?
What were the steps you took to complete the task?
This will include allocation of resources, people involved etc.
What was the outcome?
How did it change things at work?
What lessons did you learn from this event?
A GUIDE ON ADDRESSING SELECTION CRITERIA FOR APPLICANTS – This is a great article form the Australian Government Bureau Of Meteorology which touches base on the STAR method as well as offering some valuable tips for Selection Criteria.