So, you made the shortlist. You cruised through the first interview and convinced your prospective employer that you are up to the job. Now it’s time to prove to them that you’re not just a serious contender, but the strongest candidate for the role. Interview processes vary depending on the company, industry, and role. The first step is often an HR screening, which is usually a short phone call to confirm that your credentials match your resume and that you meet the basic requirements for the job. This is followed by a first-stage interview, also known as the “getting-to-know-you” part of the process. This might cover what the role involves and how your skills, expertise, and experience align with what will be expected of you if you were to get the job. Increasingly, companies are relying on second interviews to select their ideal applicant. By this point, you can expect less competition for the role, but a good deal more scrutiny from your interviewers.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) has been awarded a $2M grant