Important Note: All resumes posted on the CUER website are routed to the same office. It is NOT neccesary to post your resume for more than one position. We will review resumes and consider applicants for all positions meeting their qualifications.
Preparation increases confidence. Practice with your friends or relatives. Remember that everyone who is interviewing is not necessarily a good interviewer.
Location and punctuality
Find out the location of the organiziation. Make sure you have a map or directions. Arrive 5-10 minutes early. Arriving early will give you the opportunity to read some information on the company in the reception area.
Professional look always helps make a good impression. Be careful about how you dress. Be aware of the company culture and ensure you dress to impress. Decide what you are going to wear the night before to avoid making the wrong choices.
Don't interrupt the interviewer. Listen very carefully. If the interview is being conducted in a restaurant, mind your table manners. If the interviewers are serious and soft-spoken, then you should be the same. Avoid loud laughter during the interview.
Every company wants employees who are goal-oriented, career-driven, enthusiastic and motivated. Be the employee they want. End the interview on a postive note. The hiring official needs to know that you are interested, enthusiastic and excited about the position and the company.
When the topic of salary comes up, state that you know they will make a fair offer. If you are offered the position during the interview process and you want the job, then accept it. If the offer is not acceptable for any reason, ask for time to consider the offer.
Always write a thank you note immediately after the interview. If there are a number of interviewers, send a thank you letter to each person. Summarize your qualifications and how they meet the expectations of the position.
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