kl800.com省心范文网

Job Interview原版

Job Interview Types
If you are going to apply for a job in the United States, be prepared in advance for the types of interviews you can expect during the hiring process. Here are the major ones and tips on how to handle them. Screening Interview A screening interview is meant to weed out unqualified candidates. Interviewers will work from an outline of points they want to cover, looking for inconsistencies in your resume and challenging your qualifications. Provide answers to their questions, and never volunteer any additional information. That information could work against you. One type of screening interview is the telephone interview. Telephone Interview Telephone interviews are merely screening interviews meant to eliminate poorly qualified candidates so that only a few are left for personal interviews. You might be called out of the blue, or a telephone call to check on your resume might turn into an interview. Your mission is to be invited for a personal face-to-face interview. Here are some tips for telephone interviews: Anticipate the dialogue. Write a general script with answers to questions you might be asked. Focus on skills, experiences, and accomplishments. Practice until you are comfortable. Then replace the script with cue cards that you keep by the telephone. Keep your notes handy. Have any key information, including your resume, notes about the company, and any cue cards you have prepared, next to the phone. You will sound prepared if you don't have to search for information. Make sure you also have a notepad and pen so you can jot down notes and any questions you would like to ask at the end of the interview. Be prepared to think on your feet. If you are asked to participate in a role-playing situation, give short but concise answers. Accept any criticism with tact and grace. Avoid salary issues. If you are asked how much money you would expect, try to avoid the issue by using a delaying statement or give a broad range. At this point, you do not know how much the job is worth. Push for a face-to-face meeting. Sell yourself by closing with something like: "I am very interested in exploring the possibility of working in your company. I would appreciate an opportunity to meet with you in person so we can both better evaluate each other. I am free either Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning. Which would be better for you?" Try to reschedule surprise interviews. You will not be your best with a surprise interview. If you were called unexpectedly, try to set an appointment to call back by saying something like: "I have a scheduling conflict at this time. Can I call you back tomorrow after work, say 6 PM?"

One-On-One Interview In a one-on-one interview, it has been established that you have the skills and education necessary for the position. The interviewer wants to see if you will fit in with the company, and how your skills will complement the rest of the department. Your goal in a one-on-one interview is to establish rapport with the interviewer and show him or her that your qualifications will benefit the company. Lunch Interview The same rules apply in lunch interviews as in those held at the office. The setting may be more casual, but remember it is a business lunch and you are being watched carefully. Use the lunch interview to develop common ground with your interviewer. Follow his or her lead in both selection of food and in etiquette. Committee Interview Committee interviews are a common practice. You will face several members of the company who have a say in whether you are hired. When answering questions from several people, speak directly to the person asking the question; it is not necessary to answer to the group. In some committee interviews, you may be asked to demonstrate your problem-solving skills. The committee will outline a situation and ask you to formulate a plan that deals with the problem. You don't have to come up with the ultimate solution. The interviewers are looking for how you apply your knowledge and skills to a real-life situation. Group Interview A group interview is usually designed to uncover the leadership potential of prospective managers and employees who will be dealing with the public. The front-runner candidates are gathered together in an informal, discussion-type interview. A subject is introduced and the interviewer will start off the discussion. The goal of the group interview is to see how you interact with others and how you use your knowledge and reasoning powers to win others over. If you do well in the group interview, you can expect to be asked back for a more extensive interview. Stress Interview Stress interviews are a deliberate attempt to see how you handle yourself. The interviewer may be sarcastic or argumentative, or may keep you waiting. Expect this to happen and, when it does, don't take it personally. Calmly answer each question as it comes. Ask for clarification if you need it and never rush into an answer. The interviewer may also lapse into silence at some point during the questioning. Recognize this as an attempt to unnerve you. Sit silently until the interviewer resumes the questions. If a minute goes by, ask if he or she needs clarification of your last comments.


Job Interview原版.doc

Job Interview原版 - Job Interview Types If you are going to apply for a job in the United States, b...

英语面试求职对话,原版课文,Job interview.doc

英语面试求职对话,原版课文,Job interview_英语_高中教育_教育专区。校本教材,面试求职对话,自创原版 Warming up If you want to have a good job, you have to...

Job interview 面试英文对话范例.doc

Job interview 面试英文对话范例 - A: Hello, sir!

Job interview 面试英文对话.doc

Job interview 面试英文对话 - Job interview Goo

job interview_图文.ppt

job interview - Job Interview 求职面试 What to prepare before the job interview? 知己知彼 ? 知己: dress...

job interview英语口语对话.doc

job interview英语口语对话 - 2、Job interviews a

Job Interview_图文.ppt

Job Interview - Job Interview Nicole 11/10/2018 Job interview main factors ability values A ...

job interview情景对话.doc

job interview情景对话 - 1 Interviewer: “Tell

jobInterview(求职面试)【精选】.doc

jobInterview(求职面试) jobinterview job interview in order to make a good impression during a job interview, you need to prepare yourself for the ...

商务英语Job Interview.doc

商务英语Job Interview - Job Interview for Ma

面试job interview 英语自我介绍.doc

面试job interview 英语自我介绍_其它_高等教育_教育专区。简短面试

面试job interview_图文.ppt

面试job interview - Job interview 求职英语面试 梦想起航,从面试开始 English The process 面试结束 After interview ...

successful job interview 成功面试 (英语)_图文.ppt

successful job interview 成功面试 (英语)_英语学习_外语学习_教育专区。成功面试的步骤 THE SUCCESSFUL JOB INTERVIEW Helpful tips to help prepare for the ...

Job Interview外企面试英语对话_图文.pdf

Job Interview外企面试英语对话 - Office Life Lesson 2 of 15 : Job Interview 1. Warm Up ? Answer and disc...

unit 3 job interview 大学英语综合教程4_图文.ppt

unit 3 job interview 大学英语综合教程4_文学_高等教育_教育专区。Unit 3 Job Interview How can we stand out from the crowd of job applicants? ? How to...

口语英语对话-job interview 工作机会(面试).txt

口语英语对话-job interview 工作机会(面试)_自我管理与提升_求职

大学英语综合教程4-unit 3 Job Interview_图文.ppt

大学英语综合教程4-unit 3 Job Interview_英语学习_外语学习_教育专区。全新版大学英语(第二版)综合教程4 Unit 3 Job Interview Text A Get the Job You Want...

Job interview.doc

Job interview - Job interview Nowadays, almost every graduate will have job interview for one tim...

job interview课件_图文.ppt

job interview课件 - Book IV --- Unit III Job Interview ? ? Class discussion: Imagine that yo...

Job Interview_图文.ppt

Job Interview - Guess my job Guess my job Guess my job Guess my job Guess my job Guess...