I have never interviewed anyone for a job, what kind of questions do I ask?

This is for an entry-level draftsman position, I want to keep it to 10-15 minutes. Any suggestions would help.

Asked By: sublime4tz - 11/27/2007
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...a resume should describe skills and training so don't need to repeat all that... More
Answered By: Brother Otter - 11/27/2007
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Why did you leave your last job? Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Why should I hire YOU?
Answered By: lilygateau - 11/27/2007
You can ask them what their 5 year goal is in life, why do they want to work for you, what qualities do they have that would suit that work environment, if confronted with a certain situation what would they do (stealing, lying, etc), how would they make the customer feel wanted.... questions like that.
Answered By: julez - 11/27/2007
You would ask them , tell me about yourself, gives you insight on the personality, then you should also ask them what are your weak and strong points? can you handle pressure? things of that nature.
Answered By: newingtonnewington - 11/27/2007
Is 10-15 min really enough time to not only conduct an interview, but to assess the person well enough to decide if they're the person for the job. Aiming for 15 min then allowing up to 30 is often more realistic... More
Answered By: north o - 11/27/2007
Apart from the basic questions seeking info about their educational background, work experience and qualifications, you should ask the person open ended question about his/her strengths and weaknesses in their own words so they describe how they think they have done in the past, ask them where they want to be in the... More
Answered By: Volkan - 11/27/2007
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