Interviewing. By Ron Hittle, Career Planning & Placement Center, Sinclair Community College. What Separates the Winners From the Rest of the Crowd. Job openings are not filled with the most qualified personnel. Credentials. Credentials. Credentials. Credentials. Credentials. Credentials.
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By Ron Hittle, Career Planning & Placement Center, Sinclair Community College
What Separates the Winners From the Rest of the Crowd
Job openings are not filled with the most qualified personnel.
Jobs are offered to the people who best know how to market themselves.
Personalize and Clear Job Focus
Research, Research, Research...
I prepared just for you.
Dress for Success
Practice makes perfect
Companies are spending more time, effort, and money to select the right person.
The Best Predictor of Future Performance is Based
on Past Success.
Never ask about salary or benefits in the first interview.
Non-verbals must agree with the verbals or the interviewer will always believe the non-verbals.
Always get their business card.
100 Livable Way
Dayton, Ohio 45429
March 4, 2000
Ms. Ima Stickler
Human Resource Manager
Stuckney Memorial Hospital
1234 S. 23rd Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90210
I appreciated the opportunity to interview at your hospital on Monday, March 3rd. The tour of the medical facilities and conversations with Stuckney’s laboratory staff gave me a clear overview of the role of technologists at your facility. In particular, I was impressed with the state-of-the-art equipment in Stuckney’s laboratories and the exciting medical research that is being conducted there.
The entire experience has confirmed my desire for employment as a medical technologist with Stuckney Memorial Hospital. My internship as a lab assistant, along with my microbiology and chemistry course work, has prepared me well for this position. Based on my interview, I am confident I would fit in well with the Stuckney laboratory staff.
Thank you again for the experience of getting to know your organization better. I welcome the opportunity to work for Stuckney Memorial Hospital and look forward to hearing from you. I can be reached by phone at (937) 428-7639 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shirley U. Needme
What Separates the Winners from the Rest of the Crowd?
Preparation + Communication
Any employer will hire an applicant so long as he or she is convinced that hiring the individual will bring more value than it cost the company.