The Human Resources people will probably interview you at some point. Even if they don't you can bet that they're talking to the other interviewers behind the scenes. Understanding what they're looking for gives you competitive edge.
-Do your research. Make sure you know about the company you're interviewing with.
-Take a couple of copies of your CV with you - even a skills sheet, so you can leave it if necessary. You might think you're 'being green' by re-using your Tesco carriers, but splash out on a nice folder to take your documents in - it gives a much better impression, and the paper won't get crumpled.
-Listen to your Human Resources interviewer and to yourself. Don't just say the first thing that comes into your head.
-Don't try and close the interview by asking for feedback. Even if you've got great vibes from yourr Human Resource interviewer .
-Remember - an interview is a time to sell yourself. You need to get ther Human Resource interviewer to buy into your brand, by convincing them that you can do the job, you will do the job well, and you're a great culture fit.
-Excellent communication skills help you deliver great personal impact. You need to impact on ther Human Resource interviewer by stirring up their emotions like no other candidate before you.
These are some common questions in the interviews
You must save their answers (may be the Human Resource interview you by telephone and you will not be able to think)
1. TELL ME A LITTLE ABOUT YOURSELF.
2. WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION?
3. WHY DO YOU WANT TO WORK FOR US?
4. WHAT CAN YOU DO FOR US THAT SOMEONE ELSE CAN’T?
5. WHAT DO YOU FIND MOST ATTRACTIVE ABOUT THIS POSITION? WHAT SEEMS LEAST ATTRACTIVE ABOUT IT?
6. WHY SHOULD WE HIRE YOU?
7. WHAT DO YOU LOOK FOR IN A JOB?
8. PLEASE GIVE ME YOUR DEFINITON OF THE POSITION FOR WHICH YOU ARE BEING INTERVIEWED.
9. HOW LONG WOULD IT TAKE YOU TO MAKE A MEANINGFUL CONTRIBUTION TO OUR FIRM?
10. HOW LONG WOULD YOU STAY WITH US?
11. YOUR RESUME SUGGESTS THAT YOU MAY BE OVERQUALIFIED OR TOO EXPERIENCED FOR THIS POSITON. WHAT DO YOU THINK?
12. WHAT IS YOUR MANAGEMENT STYLE?
13. ARE YOU A GOOD MANAGER? CAN YOU GIVE ME SOME EXAMPLES? DO YOU FEEL THAT YOU HAVE TOP-MANAGEMENT POTENTIAL?
14. WHAT DO YOU LOOK FOR WHEN YOU HIRE PEOPLE?
15. HAVE YOU EVER HAD TO FIRE PEOPLE? WHAT WERE THE REASONS, AND HOW DID YOU HANDLE THE SITUATION?
16. WHAT IMPORTANT TRENDS DO YOU SEE IN OUR INDUSTRY?
17. WHAT ARE THE FRONTIERS OR CUTTING EDGE ISSUES IN OUR INDUSTRY?
18. WHY ARE YOU LEAVING (DIDYOU LEAVE) YOUR PRESENT (LAST) POSITION?
19. IN YOUR CURRENT (LAST) POSITION, WHAT FEATURES DO (DID) YOU
LIKE THE MOST? LIKE THE LEAST?
20. IN YOUR CURRENT (LAST) POSITION, WHAT HAVE BEEN (WERE) YOUR FIVE MOST SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS?
21. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF YOUR (FORMER) BOSS?
22. WOULD YOU DESCRIBE A FEW SITUATIONS IN WHICH YOUR WORK WAS CRITICIZED?
23. IF I SPOKE WITH YOUR (FORMER) BOSS, WHAT WOULD HE OR SHE SAY ARE YOUR GREATEST STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES?
24. CAN YOU WORK UNDER PRESSURE AND DEAL WITH DEADLINES?
You can send your CV to all the sites you know and famous
Or you can search the Google search engine