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We have over 15 years of success helping professionals like you find their next job opportunity as we make your job search as smooth as possible. We aim to be a useful resource for you, making every effort to understand what you want from your next job opportunity as we can offer salary guidance, help with your interview preparation, and negotiate salary offers on your behalf. When you have accepted an offer you are happy with, we will stay in touch to ensure you are fully prepared for your first day and beyond at your new job.
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We are often asked how to prepare for a job interview. Below are 10 key areas that will contribute to a successful interview.
1. Research the company and interviewers. LinkedIn is a good source for researching people you will meet. Perhaps, you have something in common? This could be a good icebreaker.
2. Familiarise yourself with the job description.
3. Re-read your CV. An employer may ask you specific questions about this.
4. Ask your recruiter if they have any information that will give you a better insight into the opportunity. Not everything is written online or on a job description.
5. Prepare 5-10 questions that you can ask during or at the end of the interview. It is important that you get a full picture of the opportunity before you decide if it is right for you.
6. Research common interview questions that are asked by an employer and prepare your answers. Use specific examples, and where possible, include facts and figures.
7. Plan your journey. On the day of the interview, leave for the interview with plenty of time and consider possible traffic conditions and public transport.
8. Arrive early. Aim to arrive 10-15 minutes before your appointment. You can use this time to compose yourself and go over any notes you have made.
9. During the interview, remain calm and positive, and remember the hard work you have put in. If it helps, take a pad and pen so you can take notes during the conversation, and you can refer to any questions you had planned.
10. Read online reviews of companies. We recommend you read online reviews and use this information as part of your overall decision-making process, and not use it in isolation. The reviews will help you ask better questions of your recruiter and the employer.
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