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Preparing for the interview
The interview enables the employer to assess your suitability for the specific position. Good preparation is the best predictor of a successful interview.
At the interview, you should:
· present your experience and abilities to the employer in the most coherent manner possible;
· check whether your needs and wants are going to b met in the job;
· get the panel excited about the possibility of hiring you.
Interviewers will want to be convinced that you have given this position considerable thought. They will expect specific examples of how you have achieved things in the past, and how you will build on these to deliver benefits to the organization.
before the interview:
· Think about what the interviewer wants to know: your past experience and achievements – with specific examples;
· Think about the reasons why there is a good match between your skills and what the employer is looking for;
· Think about what you enjoy doing, where you want to head longer-term and where the position fits for you;
· Dress in clothes that the appropriate for the position, remember nails and shoes.
While the question and answer process happens on the surface level, experienced interviewers will also be ticking off a number of other more subtle points. These typically include:
· Are you open, confident and mature in your presentation?
· How affective and convincing is your verbal communication?
· Do you show evidence of leadership and initiative?
· How do you react to a stressful situation (the interview)?
· What degree of enthusiasm and determination do you show?
Task 4. Agree or disagree with the following:
1. Any customs organization uses panel interviews as the standard election method.
2. If the panel chooses to use any of these methods, they will decide whether to use them with all short-listed applicants or only the preferred candidate(s).
3. Good preparation is the best time of a successful interview.
4. Interviewers will want to be convinced that you have given this profession considerable thought.
5. While the question and answer process happens on the surface level, experienced interviewers will also be ticking off a number of other more subtle points.
Task 5. Answer the following questions:
1. What are questions during the job interviews based on?
2. What types of the selection process may the panel use?
3. Why should you review your CV and competency statement?
4. What are your actions at the interview?
5. What should you remember before the interview?