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When applying for a position with Partner Engineering, you may need to participate in several interviews prior to receiving a job offer. The first interview that you encounter may be a screening interview held over the phone. This type of interview is often conducted by a representative from the HR department and will include questions regarding your availability, salary expectations, and previous work experience.
Successfully passing the screening interview should result in you being contacted to take part in a face-to-face interview. A typical face-to-face interview will either be held one-to-one, with a group or panel. The group and panel interviews commonly include members of management for the department you have applied for, as well as HR representatives. Preparing for each type of interview will not only put your mind at ease, you will also be able to answer your interviewers’ questions quickly and efficiently.
The face-to-face interview usually takes place in one of a company’s locations. When you arrive there, you will meet a Human Resources manager and one or two managers of the departments for which you will work, if you qualify for your desired position. Questions asked on the face-to-face interview are mostly competency-based. The recruiters will want to know whether you have knowledge and experience to work in the role for which you are being interviewed. If you applied for the job that involves working with technology, you may be asked technical questions as well. Expect also situational questions. To answer them convincingly, think of a problematic situation which you faced in your previous workplace and which you needed to resolve. Tell your interviewers what steps you took to solve the problem and whether you were happy with the result of your actions. To increase chances of passing your face-to-face interview with success, avail yourself of the opportunity to practice with JobTestPrep’s interview kit. In our high-quality PrepPack™, you will find most frequently asked questions and answers along with valuable tips on how to comport yourself most impressing while conversing with the interviewers.
The importance of asking relevant questions during the interview cannot be overstated. You need to show yourself interested in the company and in your future position. Focus your questions on the employer’s expectations from you and your contribution to the company’s growth and how it will be measured. If you know you may be nervous in the interview and forget some questions you wanted to ask, prepare a list of questions at home. You will look professional and prepared, if you refer to them during your interview.
As the general intellectual level of applicants grows, so does the difficulty of pre-employment tests. It has lately become almost impossible to pass these tests without preliminary preparation. Applicants should practice before the examination, if they want to be invited for an interview, since interviewers shortlist them for interviews based on the results of their tests. Do not jeopardize your chances of moving onto the next level of the hiring process. Practice with JobTestPrep’s high-quality resources and impress the interviewers in a face-to-face conversation.
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