Interview Questions

What questions should I ask at an interview?


•  What do you see as the greatest challenge for this position?
•  What qualities do you see as most important for this position?
•  Do you see any major changes within the company that will affect this position?
•  What is the background of the company?
•  What has been the growth pattern of the company over the last five years: Is it profitable? How profitable?
•  Please describe the corporate culture of the company?


What questions will I be asked?

•  Tell me about yourself
•  Tell me about your main strengths
•  What are your weaknesses?
•  Why did you apply for the job?
•  Why do you want to leave your current employment?
•  Tell me what you know about our company
•  Where do you see yourself five years from now?
•  Why should we hire you?
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A CV is usually the first contact a company has with a prospective employee. It can make or break a first impression. This is why a properly formatted CV is so vital. Companies do not have time to ‘decipher’ your CV; managers will be more than likely to discard your CV if they’re unimpressed.

There are three phases to the writing process of a CV:

Make sure you include the following when compiling your CV:
Covering letter
Presentation & Layout
Key Guidelines

Your aim is to convince the employer that you have the necessary experience, knowledge and hunger to do the job. You must emphasise what you've achieved within a role, show how you added value to a company or how you made a difference. Always be honest about your achievements and skills and make sure the information is up to date - just one extra qualification or skill could make all the difference between getting an interview or not.

Personal Details
Career History
Qualifications & Education
Presentation and Layout

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