Preparation before the interview
the company shows your initiative, enthusiasm and a keen interest
in the role. Company websites are a good source of information. You
can use them to research the products and services, corporate details
and recent company news.
- You should
think about the role and analyse the job description of which relates
your skill and experience to the role requirement. Focus on the skills
you believe that can offer most value to the Company. Always have
practical examples ready to support your statements.
of your own questions based on a detailed understanding of the role
before you commit to anything. Why the role became available, what
you will be responsible for and how your performance will be measured.
sure you know the time and location of your appointment.
sure bringing all relevant certificates and reference letter. If available,
prepare a copy of these certificates and reference letter for the
dressing of which should be tidy and presentable
- If you
are going to be late, call ahead and let the interviewer know.
confidence in your research and preparation.
listen carefully to the questions and keep your response concise and
practical examples to illustrate your skills and show how they suit
the role and the company.
eye contact and remain attentive throughout.
down a short summary of the interview while it is still fresh in your
the areas in which you feel you went well, as well as any questions
you found difficult to answer. This will help you to prepare for a
possible second interview, or with future interviews for other roles.
- Call your
recruitment consultant and provide feedback. Your consultant needs
to know your views on the interview and the role before contacting