Job Interview Tips 3: The Descent
Your passport to making a good impression on the day
The Descent - How To Draw The Interview To A Close
Congratulation on answering all of those tough questions, but the job interview's not over yet - now it's your turn to ask a few queries of your own, so take a look at these examples. As well as that, there's a few other things to bear in mind:
- If you're interested in the position, then say so. Inquire about the next steps in the interview process
- If you're offered the job at the time of the interview, then feel free to accept immediately if you want the role. Alternatively, if you need time to consider, be courteous and set a definite time for when you will provide your answer
- If you're not offered the job, then don't be discouraged. The interviewer may need to discuss it with their office first or there may be other applicants who have yet to be interviewed
- If the interview's not going well, then don't let your disappointment show. You may have read the signs incorrectly or the interviewer may just be feigning disinterest to test your reaction
The Perfect Landing
Finally, finish the interview on a positive note and thank them for considering you for the position. Once you've left the office, call your consultant at C&M Travel Recruitment and give them your feedback and we'll then speak to the client and be able to advise you about the next steps.
If you want the role, let the interviewer know. They may offer it to you on the spot!
Now take a look at our guide to CV writing.