Aviation Interview Tips
Through multiple interviews
you will become more knowledgeable and comfortable with the interviewing
process. This self-induced confidence allows you to be yourself, and
shows the potential employer what type of an employee you will be for
their company. You should complete many "Practice
Interviews" as soon and as often as you can so that you are
well prepared before your first potential job offer.
Be yourself, the interviewer
is looking for your true personality.
Remember, the purpose
of the job interview is to persuade the employer that you have the skills,
background, and ability to do the job and that you can comfortably fit
into their organization. Everyone must understand that you are not just
being evaluated on your experience and education alone, but also by
your looks, personality, confidence, enthusiasm, and any other attribute
that can help them decide whether or not you are right for the job.
You may find out that some people get hired just because the interviewer "liked"
them. Of course this is not always the case, but developing effective
interviewing skills can help!
At the end of the interview
it is common for the interviewer to ask if you have any questions for
them. It is important that you do have questions prepared in advance.
This will show the interviewer that you are interested in the position
and that you have prepared in advance. Be sure to compose thoughtful
and intelligent questions that are directly related to the company and
position you are applying for. Avjobs suggests that you ask at
least 3, and no more than 7 question during the first interview.
Last but certainly not
least, Remember that interviewing is a 2 way street. You also
need to decide if you like the company. Don't accept a position if you
don't feel comfortable in the interview, or after meeting and spending
time with the people you will be working with.
The Avjobs Applicant System
has the "Online Practice Interview"
The staff at Avjobs along with other industry wide personnel offices agree,
the interview can make or break an applicant regardless of experience or
training. It has been the experience of Avjobs and its employees that there
is a "best" preparatory procedure for interviews.
The Avjobs "Online Practice Interview" section describes this
preparatory process and provides tools and tips for you to be at your best.
The "Online Practice Interview" includes
audio, video and hundreds of sample questions. So turn up your sound and
practice those interview skills.