I applied for a job last year (at around the same time, interestingly enough) and unfortunately I didn't get it. I did interview, but wasn't chosen. A nearly identical job has been posted just now.
The feedback from the hiring committee was generally positive, with the major barrier being that I didn't have the depth of experience that other candidates had. Since that time I have gained some experience that I can use directly to support my application. However, it has only been a year, so my experience level is still not as high as it could be.
The job is internal to my organization, and would involve switching to a department that I really feel that I would be a great fit for. However, I'm concerned that by applying a second time so soon after the first time I'll come off as arrogant or foolish - that it may seem that I feel I've matured so much in the past year that I'm now suddenly qualified.
How do I address the rejection from the last time I applied, describe the experience I've gained, while still appearing to understand that I have a ways to go?