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Communicating during a job interview
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Questions a Candidate should be prepared to ASK in an interview:

  • Describe the postion. What qualities are you looking for?
  • My duties and responsibilities? Who would I be working for?
  • What are some of the objectives that you would like accomplished in this position?
  • What is most pressing? What would you like to have done within the next 2-3 months? What projects would I be involved in now and in the future?
  • What are some of the longer-term objectives that you would like completed?
  • What freedom would I have in determining my work objectives, deadlines and methods?
  • What kind of support does this postion receive in terms of people, finances, etc?
  • What are some of the more difficult probelems facing someone in this position? How do you think these could best be handled?
  • What is the company philosophy on training and personal development? Where could a person go who is successful in this position and within what time frame?
  • In what ways has this organization been most successful in terms of products and services over the years?
  • What significant changes do you foresee in the near future?
  • How is one judged; What accounts for success?
  • What are the most critical factors for success in your business?
  • Company growth and development in the last two years and for the next five years. Where do you see the company (or position) going in the next few years?
  • How do you go about winning support from top management for your new projects?
  • How would you describe your management style?
  • What are the most important traits you look for in a subordinate?
  • How do you like your people to communicate with you; In person, in writing, informally, in meetings, only when necessary?