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Questions to Ask A potential Employer

Write down four or five questions you would like to ask at the interview, for example:

  • What are the initial responsibilities / projects that need to be achieved?
  • Key Success Factors: (specific expectations during next 6 – 18 months)
  • What kind of training will be provided if necessary?
  • Who will you report to, what other departments will you interface with?
  • How much travel is required with this position?
  • What is the turnover rate in this role?

If You Want the Job, Say So!

  • If you want the job tell the interviewer so, and that you would like to get to the next stage in the interview process.

Reasons you might want the job include

  • The company has a very good reputation as a place to work.
  • The job you are been interviewed for is exactly the area in which you wish to work.
  • The company can provide you with the career opportunities you require.
  • The people you will be working with seem good
  • The initial responsibilities, as outlined by the hiring manager, are the type you can be successful in.

To be successful in job applications...

  • You must have the skills and experience required for the job.
  • Your salary expectations must be in line with the proposed salary range.
  • You need to be able to explain why you are changing job.
  • Your preference for location should correspond with the job.

You must demonstrate:

  • that you are prepared for the interview,
  • that you have an understanding of the job, the company and it’s business
  • that you can do the job successfully.
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