9 Great Questions to Ask in An Interview
In a recent post, we touched briefly on the “right” questions to ask in an interview. Now we’ll take a deeper dive, giving you a few suggestions for each of the topics we recommended.

Example Questions to Ask in an Interview

The questions you ask in an interview communicate a lot about you to a hiring manager. When preparing your questions, keep in mind that what the interviewer is ultimately looking for is someone they believe will enhance the company’s performance.

Here’s what to ask so the hiring manager leaves the interview with a great impression of what you’ll contribute.

Duties and Responsibilities of The Position

    1. What is the overall purpose of this position?
    2. What are the three top skills you’re looking for in a candidate?
These two questions indicate you’re interested in the job and can also help you decide if the position is right for you.

Office Culture and Structure

    3. What is the company’s management style?
    4. How would you describe your company’s culture?
Getting a feel for the management style of your potential new boss can help you determine if you would work well together. As for company culture, the best insight often comes from asking the hiring manager what they enjoy most about working there.

Job Performance Measurements

    5. How do you evaluate the performance of the person in this position?
    6. How is the feedback process structured?
Feedback is how you improve your performance, so it’s important to know how often you’ll receive it and whether it’s a two-way process. Many companies still rely on annual reviews, but some experts suggest regular feedback sessions throughout the year are a better way to go.

Opportunities For Growth and Promotion

    7. What is the typical career path for someone in this role?
    8. What would you want to see me accomplished in the first six months or a year?
Opportunities to grow can include mentoring, continuing education, and professional training. Showing a hiring manager that growth matters to you leaves them with a great impression of your drive and aspirations.

Question number nine should be something along the lines of “What are the next steps to the hiring process?” Not only does it let the hiring manager know you’re interested in the position, but it can also relieve any stress you might be feeling about how you handled the interview.

How a Las Vegas IT Recruiter Can Help You Prepare for an Interview

One of the greatest benefits you gain from working with an IT recruiter is how they prepare you for a job interview. A recruiter knows even the best candidates aren’t always sure how to conduct themselves or what questions to ask in a job interview. They also know that a well-prepared candidate is a more confident one! To learn more about how an IT recruiter can help you craft great questions to ask in an interview, contact Taurean Consulting Group at 702-529-0378, today.
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