Answering the interview question: What does your job involve currently on a daily basis? By Matthew Coppola


The employer has read your resume. They want to hear you talk about your experience. 

Even though the explanation on your resume is descriptive and understandable, when answering this question, you are best to concentrate on what the position your applying for is about and miss all the unnecessary extra information.

It would be unwise to respond by stating everything that is already mentioned on your resume. You want to concentrate mostly on the parts of your current job that relate to the position you are going for.

You don’t want the employer to become uninterested in you.

When talking about your responsibilities and what your job involves, make it interesting and expand on what you do and how the tasks you perform relate to the overall purpose of the position.

Show enthusiasm and interest in what you do. It’s best not to come across uninterested even if you really don’t like what you do for work. Your attitude to work no matter what kind of job it may be, can reflect on you as a person and as a potential employee.

Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions is an Australian based business that assists with CV/Resume writing, addressing key selection criteria and covering letters to help you with give your best foot forward to an employer.

 They also assist with interview skills coaching either face to face or via online video link. For more information, please visit: https://www.clientcentric.com.au/interview-coaching

 Please feel free to visit their website: www.clientcentric.com.au.

 

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Interview Skills Coaching and Training in Melbourne | Client Centric


We are proud to announce our new service – Interview skills coaching and training in Melbourne!

Are you as a jobseeker…

  • Nervous during interviews?
  • Unsure how to sell yourself?
  • Looking for one-one guidance?
  • Keen to make a good impression

It doesn’t matter what level of experience or skills you have, everyone can benefit from interview training.

Attending a job interview can seem like a really daunting exercise, but it need not to be. The nerves, anxieties and tensions that naturally flare up both before and during an interview can sometimes be too much for some, regardless of how skilled or experienced they are in their profession.

Here at Client Centric, we provide an one on one Interview Coaching and Training Service in Melbourne to help you gain the confidence needed to perform well at job interviews and overcome those nerves. The advice and suggestions will be tailored and specific to your needs.

We provide this service at your place of residence or another location within Melbourne that is preferable to you. We provide this service on weekends and out of business hours (after 5 pm) which gives you the flexibility and convenience.

Each session runs for about 1.5 hours however if you feel you would like a number of sessions we are happy to quote you accordingly. 

We provide practical, tailored one-on-one support and guidance that works.

Matthew Coppola will be your interview skills coach and trainer. He is very experienced and qualified to help and guide you.

With over 7 years’ experience in Recruitment, Employment Services and Corporate Training, Matthew has developed a wealth of knowledge and experience in resume writing, interview skills, job searching strategies, selection criteria writing and career planning. 

His approach to resume writing is to actually sell the individual, shine a light on their best qualities and powerfully market them to prospective employers.

Matthew holds a Graduate Certificate in Career Education and Development and a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Economics.

Tailored assistance for you. 

  • How to effectively make us of questioning techniques

  • How to start and end an interview and how to compose yourself when asked difficult questions

  • Ways you can build rapport with the interviewee/s

  • How to using probing techniques to find out more about the company and the job

  • How to read and understand the interviewee/s body language

  • How to communicate well and present yourself professionally – manage your own body language.

  • Typical questions you might be asked and what answers you can give.

  • Mock interview session and feedback provided about your performance.

  • Typical industry specific questions and scenarios that you might come across.

  • How to deal with group interviews and set yourself a part from the rest.