HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY INTERVIEW WITH A NEW ZEALAND EMPLOYER
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At this part of the interview, the interviewer will start asking you questions about your skills and experience. This is where you need to talk about all the relevant things you have done and the results of your work.
- Explain your successes,
- Any projects you have worked on; and
- How you have proved your worth in the roles you have worked in.
Keep in mind the job you are interviewing for and talk about your skills and experience relevant for the role.
The interviewer may ask a range of questions about how you handled different situations, (examples on the attached Interview Questions document) (Please view Webinar) examples from your previous jobs and where you are wanting to progress your skills in the future.
Be prepared to answer questions about why you left the jobs you have been in, for example… Please view Webinar.
Smile, be positive, look the interviewer in the eye, don’t fidget, sit up straight and keen – not slouching in the chair and appear enthusiastic and keen.(View Webinar for further instructional information).
If an interviewer decides from your body language that you are uninterested, bored, unenthusiastic or lazy, they won’t employ you and the interview will finish quickly!