Human Services Supervisor Interview

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You are a human service supervisor interviewing a candidate for an entry-level position in your agency that serves children and families. The interview should examine the potential staff person’s background, interest, and skills relevant to the position, as well as their long-term professional goals.

Questions asked: Some not all
Tell me about yourself.
Why are you interested in this agency?
How does working in this organization fit your professional mission? •What are your experiences with the target population?
Why do you want to work with this target population?
Can you work on your own/self starter?
How has your education/work experience prepared you for this position? •What do you hope to accomplish while at this agency?
What are some of the things that you would you like to learn here? •Have you ever done this type of work?
How are you about working under pressure
Have you ever had a disagreement over a treatment plan? Tell me about yourself. •Why are you interested in this agency?
How does the work in this organization fit your professional mission or experience? •Why do you want this job? Why do you want to work for this organization? •What are your experiences with the target population?

Why do you want to work with this target population?
What are your qualifications?
What kind of supervision do you expect?
How has your education/work experience prepared you for this position? •What do you hope to accomplish at this agency?
What would you like to learn here?
Have you done this type of work in the past? Explain?
Do you have any questions?

1)Where there any patterns of responses noted by the human service supervisor on their self-assessments? Yes being relaxed and keeping the interview on task. I loosened up as the interview went on I kind of let it get off course a tad bit.

2)Where there any patterns of responses noted by the guest-reviewers on their assessments? Yes,...
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