Bioengineering Interviewing Outline

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Bioengineering Interviewing Outline. Before the Interview Commercial Research What to wear Types of Interviews Meal Interview Informational Interview Phone interview Group/panel interview 2 nd interview During the Interview What to do! What not to Do! After the Interview
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Bioengineering Interviewing Outline
  • Before the Interview
  • Commercial
  • Research
  • What to wear
  • Types of Interviews
  • Meal Interview
  • Informational Interview
  • Phone interview
  • Group/panel interview
  • 2nd interview
  • During the Interview
  • What to do!
  • What not to Do!
  • After the Interview
  • Thank you/follow-up
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Dress for InterviewsMenWomenSolid color, conservative suit Coordinated blouse Close toed shoesLimited jewelry Neat, professional hairstyle Sparse make-up & perfume Portfolio or briefcase
  • Solid color, conservative suit
  • Conservative tie
  • Dark socks, professional shoes
  • Very limited jewelry
  • Neat, professional hairstyle
  • Go easy on the aftershave
  • Portfolio or briefcase
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Types of Interviews
  • Meal Interview
  • Informational Interview
  • Phone interview
  • Group/panel interview
  • 2nd interview
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Traditional versus Behavioral Interview Style
  • Traditional interviewer will allow you to project what you might or should do in a given situation
  • Behavioral interviewer is looking for past actions only – it is designed to minimize personal impressions that can affect the hiring decisions
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Questions to ask Recruiter
  • How would you describe a typical week/day in this position?
  • How does an employee succeed on your team?
  • What is the company's management style?
  • What is your ideal employee like?
  • How many people work in this office/department?
  • What do you like about working here?
  • What don't you like about working here and what would you change?
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Interview Questions NOT to Ask
  • What does this company do? (Do your research ahead of time!)
  • If I get the job when can I take time off for vacation? (Wait until you get the offer to mention prior commitments)
  • Can I change my schedule if I get the job? (If you need to figure out the logistics of getting to work don't mention it now...)
  • How much will the job pay? (wait until the next interview)
  • Did I get the job? (Don't be impatient.)
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Examples of Questionable Questions
  • What is your marital status? What is your spouse’s name? Spouse’s occupation?
  • Are you planning to have children? How many do you have?
  • What country are you a citizen of? In what country were you born?
  • What is your weight? Height?
  • What is your religious affiliation?
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Options for Answering an Illegal Question
  • Free to answer the question
  • Refuse to answer the question
  • Examine the intent behind the question and respond with an answer as it might apply to the job
  • Which one would you choose? Think about it!prepared by Deb Herman 2.08After the Interview
  • Make sure you know the next step in the process before leaving
  • Thank them for their time
  • Follow up with a thank you email
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Salary Negotiation
  • Consider
  • Environment of the company
  • Location
  • Promotion possibilities
  • Flexibility
  • Benefits
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Tips for Salary NegotiationResearch salary ranges before you begin the interviewing process
  • http://www.salary .com - general info
  • http://www.jobstarg.org - general info
  • http://www.bestplaces.net/col/ - cost of living and comparisons
  • www.Vault.com/Salary -general info
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Tips for Salary Negotiation, cont.
  • The first inquiry about salary may come in the form of an application
  • Factor the organization's entire compensation package
  • prepared by Deb Herman 2.08Questions?????????Thank you!prepared by Deb Herman 2.08
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