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Understanding the Recruiting
Process: Techniques for Success
Actual Job Interviews!
• “Wore a walkman and said she could listen to me
and the music at the same time.”
• “Asked to see my resume to see if I (the executive)
was qualified to judge him as a candidate.”
• “Said he was so well qualified that if he didn’t get the
job, it would prove that the company’s management
was incompetent.”
• “Announced she hadn’t had lunch and proceeded to
eat a hamburger and fries in my office.”
• “Took a Polaroid photo of me and said that he takes
a picture of all interviewers for his collection.”
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Typical Interview Process
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Initial on-campus interview(s)
Site interview/Office Visit
Job offer decision made by company
Job accept/reject decision made by candidate
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Preparing for the Interview
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Know yourself and your resume
Research the field/employer/position
Practice answering questions out loud
Know the interview process
Prepare questions
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Typical Interview Structure
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Ice Breaker “Small Talk”/Introductions
Description of interview format
Employer Assessment/Questions
Candidate Q&A
Closing/Next Steps
Follow-Up
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During the Interview
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Follow appropriate etiquette
Watch your style/presentation
Communicate knowledgeably/positively
Be yourself
Prepare a game plan and know what you
want to highlight about yourself
Keep to the point
Remember you are always being assessed
Do not expect an offer on the spot
Close on an upbeat note
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Types of Interviews
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Informational
Traditional/Resume-based
Behavioral/Directed
Case
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Traditional/Resume-Based Interviews
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“Tell me about yourself…”
Decisions: school, major, field of interest
Academics: grades as indicator of ability
Extracurricular: roles, what you learned
Strengths/Weaknesses/Goals
Previous employment
Knowledge of company/position
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Behavioral Interviews
• Know specific examples of when you
demonstrated your strengths
• Be prepared to tell “stories”
• Listen carefully to each question - don’t rush
• Give specific responses highlighting your role avoid using “we”
• Avoid extremely personal examples
• Answer what is asked, not what you rehearsed
• Interviewer really gets to know you
• Provides interviewer with concrete, consistent and
objective information
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Candidate - Questions to Ask
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Company culture
Commitment to employee development
Career progression
Company’s strategic direction
Professional concerns
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Candidate - Questions Not to Ask
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Salary and benefits related questions
“What are my chances?”
“What do you look for?”
“How did I do?”
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Site Interview/Office Visit
• Interview(s) at company site
• Opportunity to see office environment and
gauge company culture
• Interact with other students
• Learn about roles and responsibilities of a
new hire in order to make a good decision
• Learn about benefits and ask questions
• Do not expect an offer on the spot
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After the Interview or Office Visit
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Document/Evaluate the interview
Send thank you letter
Follow-up /Keep in touch
Continue your job search
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Reasons People Are Not Hired
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Lack of career focus/goals
Lack of interest or enthusiasm
Improper appearance
Overly aggressive, conceited
Poor communication skills (grammar, diction)
No self-confidence
Overemphasis on money
Poor scholastic record
Expecting too much too soon
Failure to prepare
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Making Your Decision
• Identify factors that are important to you and
rank them
• Evaluate the pros/cons of each offer
• How does offer fit into your short-term and
long-term goals?
• Ask additional questions
• Do not feel locked in forever
• Offers are confidential!
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Multiple Offers
• You do not have to say “yes” to an offer
immediately
• Wait to receive offer in writing
• Contact employers in whom you still have an
interest
• Make your decision based on the factors that
are most important to you
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Accepting
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call your primary contact
be enthusiastic
negotiate, if appropriate
complete all required
paperwork on time
– make sure you
understand the offer
– complete any surveys
– write thank you notes
and notify companies
with outstanding offers
• DON’T
– keep interviewing after
you have accepted
– let anyone try to change
your mind after you have
accepted
– renege
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Declining
• DO
– call your primary
contact on time
– be honest regarding
your reasons
– be firm
– complete all surveys
– send thank you notes
• DON’T
– let anyone change
your mind after you
have made your
decision
– say your decision was
based on a “gut”
feeling
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Questions
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