The thirty minutes to an hour that you spend with an interviewer will determine your chances of obtaining the job you want. This information, combined with the guidance provided by your JRP-Atlanta Consultant, will give you practical information on how to conduct yourself during an employment interview.
PREPARATION is the first essential step toward a successful interview. Thus, it is important to: Know the exact PLACE & TIME of the interview, the interviewer's full name, the correct pronunciation and his/her title. Find out specific facts about the company and position being offered from your JRP-Atlanta Consultant. This will enable you to ask pertinent and intelligent questions during your interview. We strongly urge you to visit the company's website to research their goods and services prior to your appointment.
Remember that an interview is a "two-way street." The employer will try to determine through questioning whether the company will give you the opportunity you seek. Therefore, be prepared in advance for questions you wish to ask during the interview. Suggested areas for your questioning purposes:
You are being interviewed because the interviewer wants to hire the best person for the position. Through the interaction which will take place, the interviewer will:
Some "do's" concerning the interview...
Some "don'ts" concerning the interview...
During the course of the interview, the employer will be evaluating both your negative and your positive factors. Listed below are the negative points which most often lead to the rejection of an applicant.
Lastly, and most importantly, call your JRP-ATLANTA Consultant immediately after the interview with the interviewer. If you are interested in the position, your Consultant will assist in getting the offer.