JOB INTERVIEW TIPS! (10 TIPS FOR PASSING ANY JOB INTERVIEW!)

JOB INTERVIEW TIPS! (10 TIPS FOR PASSING ANY JOB INTERVIEW!)

JOB INTERVIEW TIPS! (10 TIPS FOR PASSING ANY JOB INTERVIEW!) By Richard McMunn of: https://passmyinterview.com/top-30-interview-questions-answers/
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Overcoming interview nerves: https://youtu.be/7_aAicmPB3A

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #1 – DRESS TO IMPRESS! 00:51
• First impressions are crucial.
• If you dress smart, it shows you care.
• If you dress smart, it shows you have standards.

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #2 – RESEARCH THE COMPANY. 01:31
• What do they do?
• What products and services do they offer?
• What do the positive reviews say about their company online?
• What does their ABOUT US page say on their website?
• What are their latest news stories? (Visit their social media pages.)

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #3 – ARRIVE ON TIME! 02:28
• I would arrive at the interview venue 20 minutes before the start time.
• Think about your journey to the interview venue the night before.
• If you turn up just on time, or slightly late, it doesn’t give a good impression.
• When you get to the interview venue, be nice to the receptionist.
• Sit down and read your resume or the job description.

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #4 – HAVE AN ANSWER PREPARED TO THE “TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF” INTERVIEW QUESTION 03:22
• Use the format SEAT to structure your answer. (Skills, Experience/Qualifications, Achievements, Type of person you are.)

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #5 – GIVE EVIDENCE OF YOUR KEY SKILLS AND QUALITIES! 05:39
• Before you attend your interview read the job description!
• What skills and qualities are required to carry out the job?
• Have examples (evidence) of where you have previously successfully completed tasks that are a match for the job description.

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #6 – HAVE AT LEAST ONE SIGNIFICANT ACHIEVEMENT TO TALK ABOUT DURING THE INTERVIEW! 06:17
If you can prove to the interviewer that you are a high achiever, you are more likely to get hired.

Examples of significant achievements include:
• Working on challenging projects that helped your employer increase sales.
• Winning an important contract for your employer.
• Covering other people’s work because they were off sick or on annual leave.
• Responding to challenges within an organization.
• Inventing something or coming up with an idea to save the company money.
• Carrying out charity work.
• Completing a challenging sporting event.

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #7 – THINK ABOUT YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES! 07:20
Good strengths to give in a job interview include:
– Being able to manage a large workload;
– Having the technical skills or qualifications needed to do the job;
– Being a self-starter who needs little supervision;
– Being commercially aware;
– Being adaptable to change;
– Taking responsibility for your own professional development.

Good weaknesses to give in a job interview include:
– Finding it hard to say no to people.
– Not being confident when talking to large groups of people.
– Finding it hard to let go of projects.

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #8 – USE THE STAR TECHNIQUE WHEN ANSWERING BEHAVIOURAL INTERVIEW QUESTIONS! 08:48
Behavioural interview questions include:
Q. Tell me about a time when you worked as part of a team.
Q. Tell me about a time when you worked under pressure.
Q. Describe a situation where you experience conflict with a co-worker.
SITUATION – Briefly outline the situation you were in.
TASK – Explain what task needed to be completed.
ACTION – Tell the interviewer in detail the action you took.
RESULT – Finish off your answer with the results of your actions.

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #9 – LEARN HOW TO MANAGE INTERVIEW NERVES! 10:08
Understandably, people get nervous prior to their job interview. The nerves get so bad they hinder a person’s ability to perform to a good standard, and they end up not getting hired. Watch this video to find out how to overcome interview nerves! https://youtu.be/7_aAicmPB3A

JOB INTERVIEW TIP #10 – HAVE 3 SMART QUESTIONS READY TO ASK AT THE END OF THE INTERVIEW 10:48
Do not ask questions about pay, how much time off you will get or whether you will have the chance to get promoted soon after starting. Instead, ask these:
Q. What are the challenges facing the company right now and how could I help you to overcome them?
Q. What training would I undergo if I am successful in the role?
Q. What would you need me to focus on in the role within the first 30 days of starting?

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