Interview Tips For Job Seeker
Once shortlisted for an interview session and you received email notification inviting you for the job interview or SMS as the case maybe, remember to confirm your availability for the interview.
First, it’s the one most important thing you can do to increase your chance of a successful interview. Second, many job-seekers neglect to do it.
Below are the interview tips to prove your chance of getting that job
- Research the Company, Hiring Manager and Position
- Know The Company
- Research The Position you applied
- Arrive On Time
Peradventure you will be late to the interview venue due to unforeseen circumstances, call or send a text message ahead to the hiring manager.
which indicates competency and loyalty. Dress professionally and moderately. Light make-up will do, perfume/body spray should be applied mildly etc. When introducing yourself, make it brief and concise while highlighting relevant achievement in previous roles. Praventure an ambiguous question is being asked by the hiring manager, always seek clarification before attempting such question. Don’t forget to ask questions from the hiring manager. Such question should relate to the company’s culture. Use the company research you’ve done to come up with a business-related reason you’re excited about them. It could be their business model, etc.
- Prepare to talk about specific accomplishments
You’ll get far more interviews if you cram your resume with facts, figures and statistics instead of general statements like “responsible for handling customer requests”. So when the hiring manager asks what you accomplished in your last job, or what you do each day, you should be ready to impress! This is not the time to hesitate or be unsure. Prepare ahead of time for this. If you’re looking for your first job without any work experience, then think about accomplishments in your academic career – classes you’ve taken, projects you’ve completed, etc. That’s your most relevant experience!