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Your Questions

Interviewers frequently judge candidates on the nature of the questions that are asked. It is advisable to prepare at least two or three questions that you would ideally like answered during the course of the interview or at the end. Prospective employers place great emphasis on the questions that you ask during the interview process, as they provide an insight into what is important to you as an individual, and can often be the difference between you or another candidate getting the job.

Some questions as a starting point would include:

  • What are the day-to-day duties involved in this job?
  • How will my performance be measured?
  • What do you see as the immediate challenges for me if I were to be given the job?
  • What are your expectations in the first year?
  • Are you looking for anything in particular from the person who will take this role?
  • How do you see this role developing?
  • What challenges is the organisation currently facing?
  • Could you describe the company's culture and type of employee who fits well with it?
  • What is the anticipated development route from this role in the future?