Your CV should include:
It can be useful to adapt your CV to individual positions. Career Analysts specialise in giving effective career advice and guidance.
The majority of large organisations have a competency framework which they use to measure their employees’ performance. In some companies these frameworks are quite sophisticated and the terminology used can become quite complicated.
Following each interview it is important (if you want to learn anything) to review your performance. Sometimes this can be uncomfortable but reviewing can help embed good practice and it can help highlight areas for improvement. Try using the following review questions:
Overall how did it go?
We have compiled a list of tips and advice to help you during your telephone interview.
Listen carefully to the question, ask the interviewer to repeat it if you didn’t pick it up clearly
By preparing for an interview you are more likely to do well during it and it will help you feel less anxious and more comfortable. Here are some important tips to help you prepare for an interview
Make sure you have done your research
The job market is vast and rapidly changing. The important thing to remember is that job opportunities always exist, whatever the state of the economy. The key is finding out where they are.
There are several possible reasons:
the decision to recruit might not have yet been made
Preparation will improve your performance at an interview significantly and will also help to reduce your nerves. In fact many interviews now are highly structured or competency-based and require candidates to have prepared examples in advance of the interview. It would not be possible to succeed at these interviews without adequate preparation.