Job Interview Tips

Make a Practice Trip. One aspect that is sometimes overlooked is the practice trip to the interview site. It can help to gauge the time needed to arrive at the venue and familiarize yourself with the facility and any security procedures you may encounter. You might also be able to pick up an annual report, marketing materials or even a copy of the application form so that you can complete it at home prior to the job interview.

Manage pre-Interview Stress.This is something that most people experience, so be sure to take good care of yourself a few days before the interview. “Play” the interview out in your mind as you would like it to happen, and also use relaxation techniques to calm yourself.

Dress for the Occassions. Be appropriately dressed for your interview, bearing in mind the organization’s culture, as well as the position for which you are interviewing. Ensure that your outfit for job interview reflects the image you would like to portray to the interviewer. Choose your clothes the day before the interview to avoid more stress on the day itself.

Practice your delivery.Consider practicing alone, in front of a mirror or in the presence of a friend. The important thing is to have a “dry run” both verbally and visually, before the actual interview. This enables you to improve on aspects that you – or the people giving feedback are not satisfied.

Most common interview questions and their suggested responses:

Prepare a short summary of your education, personal strengths, hobbies, work history and recenet career experience.
©Copyright | All Rights Reserved | 3ICAREERS                                                                                                                                                           Designed & Developed by UCDStudio