Q• What interests you about this job?
A great way to prepare for this question is to connect the job posting with your skills and background. The employer wants to see whether or not you have the qualifications to do the job and if you really know about the job you are being interviewed for. For example, if you are being interviewed for an HR job and the position requires you to be responsible for recruiting, orientation and training, you should discuss how you were responsible for the functions in your past positions and why you are interested to develop your background in HR management. Q• What applicable attributes / experience do you have?
You have to answer this question with relevant experience which qualifies you for the job so be very specific about your skills and background. Describe your background in detail and connect them to the job you are interviewing for. Show how your background matches the job description for the position you are applying for. You have to show the employer you have the qualifications need for the job. A word of caution that do not embellish the truth! Almost all hiring officers will check with your references and you don’t want to make a bad impression. Q• why should we hire you?
The best way to answer this question is to provide examples of how your accomplishments make you the best candidate for the job. For example, if you had implemented a new system which helped your employer save money, feel free to mention it as an accomplishment. You don’t want to embellish the truth in this question either because the employer will find out through reference checks if you were telling the truth! This is a very good question to prepare for ahead of time so that you can take a few moments to remember past accomplishments in mind and compare them with the job description. Don’t forget to reiterate your interest in the company and the position! Q• What do you know about this company?