Залуу инженер, техникийн ажилчиддаа зориулж энэ нийтлэлийг орууллаа. Бидний өмнө заримдаа англи хэл дээр ажилд орох ярилцлаганд орох шаардлага тулгардаг билээ. Анли хэлээр уншиж, англиар ярьсныг ойлгодог боловч өөрийхөө санаа бодлыг илэхрхийлэх тал дээр үгийн сан дутмаг эсвэл өөрийнхөө дуудлагаас ичээд ядмаг байх үе гардаг. Зарим нэгний маань хувьд хэдий ангилиар сайн ярьж чадах хэдий ч залуу, туршлага багатайгаасаа болоод ч тэр үү ажилд орох ярилцлаганд заримдаа тактикын алдаа гаргах нь бий.Тэгвэл бидний оруулж буй доорхи жишээ ярилцлага та бүхэнд тус болно гэж найдаж байна. Амжилт хүсье!
HR manager: Hello, how are you doing today?
Me: Hello, I’m great, and you?
HR manager: Thanks I’m great too. My name is John and I’m human resource manager. Your name is Adilbish right?
Me: Yes, it’s is.
John: Okey, let’s start interview. Are you nervous?
Me: Actually I feeling little bit but that’s ok let’s make it.
John: Okey good. Why are you leaving your job?
Me: I recently received my degree and I want to utilize my educational background in my next position.
John: Your position is structural drafter right?
Me: Yes indeed. One of the reasons I am leaving is that I felt I was not challenged enough at the job. As a fresh face in
the working world, the company offers a great opportunity for a good entry level position; however, after being there for so many years, I felt I was not able to reach my full potential because of the lack of challenge and there was no room for advancement in the company. While I did enjoy working there and appreciate the skills I developed while with the company, I feel my skill set can be better utilized elsewhere, where my capabilities are more recognized and there is the opportunity for growth.
John: I see. What did you like or dislike about your previous job?
Me: I enjoyed the people I worked with. It was a friendly and fun atmosphere and I actually enjoyed going into work each morning. I felt the leadership team was great as well. They knew all of their employees on a first name basis and tried to make those personal connections. I also enjoyed that fact that the office tried to do community outreach with local organizations.
John: How do you handle stress and pressure?
Me: Prioritizing my responsibilities so I have a clear idea of what needs to be done when, has helped me effectively manage pressure on the job.
John: What motivates you?
Me: I've always been motivated by the desire to do a good job at whatever position I'm in. I want to excel and to be successful in my job, both for my own personal satisfaction and for my employer.
John: Do you prefer to work independently or on a team?
Me: I am equally comfortable working as a member of a team and independently.
John: Give some examples of teamwork and independently.
Me: In high school, I enjoyed being geek squad member while on my school debate team. Each required a different kind of team play, but the overall goal of learning to be a member of a group was invaluable. I'm very comfortably working on a team, but I can also work independently, as well.
John: Why should we hire you?
Me: I'm not going to say because I'm over-qualified. I think that I'm meeting (or almost meeting) all the required qualifications for this job.
John: How long do you expect to remain employed with this company?
Me: I would like to remain employed here for as long as my services are needed.
John: Okey. This is last question. Question is “What will you do if you don't get this position?”
Me: I will feel a little disappointed, but I will work on my interviewing skills so I can do better at the next interview.
John: Thank you for coming. I hope we will meet again soon. I will call you. Have a great day.
Me: Thank you. Have a great day. See you later.