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Interviewing is an important part the candidate selection process.  As a candidate it is important to be comfortable talking about yourself and being confident in your skills, past experience and future direction.  Preparation plays a big part in being successful at interview

preparation

  • Review your CV and remember your work history.  It is important to think of relevant real life examples from your previous work history and how they could be used for this particular role;
  • Think about hypothetical questions that your new employer will ask and prepare some responses for answering;
  • Check and double check the meeting time, date, location and the people who you are meeting with; and
  • Arrive for the interview between 5 and 10 minutes early

During the interview

  • Listen thoroughly to the questions being asked and formulate a clear and concise answer drawing on examples from previous work to back up your capabilities;
  • Address all members in the room as though they are equal to the person asking the question; and
  • Switch off your phone before the interview and make sure that you have your full attention on the people interviewing you.

 

Featured Candidates

 

 

 

  

 

RF Engineer

Degree qualified engineer with and Undergraduate degree in Electronic Engineering and a Master of Science specialising in Microwave Engineering. Done design work on a range of things including: RF, UHF, E microwave bands and other components for antennae. Passionate about RF design.
83249

 

Civil Draftsperson

5 years commercial experience within various industries including: mining, roadways and manufacturing. Highly technical user of AutoCAD and up to date with drafting standards and practices. Great communicator who is motivated to learn and further develop skills.
83221

 

Facilities Manager

25 years experience in the industry. Currently holds responsibility for OHS, energy management and core facility engineering services. Has extensive experience in managing multi use facilities encompassing manufacturing, commercial and industrial. Great work ethic and great with managing staff and contractors.
83238

 

 

 

 

 

Interview Tips

Interviewing is an important part the candidate selection process.  As a candidate it is important to be comfortable talking about yourself and being confident in your skills, past experience and future direction.  Preparation plays a big part in being successful at interview.

Preparation:

  • Research (as much as you can) on the organisation and the culture for the company that you are interviewing with;
  • Review your CV and remember your work history.  It is important to think of relevant real life examples from your previous work history and how they could be used for this particular role;
  • Think about hypothetical questions that your new employer will ask and prepare some responses for answering;
  • Check and double check the meeting time, date, location and the people who you are meeting with; and
  • Arrive for the interview between 5 and 10 minutes early.

During the interview:

  • Listen thoroughly to the questions being asked and formulate a clear and concise answer drawing on examples from previous work to back up your capabilities;
  • Address all members in the room as though they are equal to the person asking the question; and
  • Switch off your phone before the interview and make sure that you have your full attention on the people interviewing you.

Careers at Interlogic

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Useful Resume Tips

A resume is a personal document that is an accurate indication of your work history.  It is a marketing tool for you and it demonstrates your career history and aspirations.  It is imperative that your resume is a true indication of your work history and it can be seen as misleading or fraudulent to misrepresent your work history in your resume.  That being said, it is a fine balancing act of relevant information and factual data whilst keeping relatively concise.

The minimum requirement for a resume should be:

  • Personal information such as your full name and address;
  • A list of your qualifications with year dates that the qualifications were completed;
  • A reverse chronological listing (most recent at the start) of your full work history complete with dates and job titles; and
  • More in depth description of your most recent couple of roles with an emphasis on real examples and projects backing up your skills and expertise in the role.

 

Covering Letter

A covering letter is sales pitch that supports your resume. It is a way to prove that you have read the job advertisement and from that have developed an interest in the role. It can be less formal than your resume and you can use first person words to describe why you are a good fit for the role.

Some tips for covering letters:

  • Make sure that you have read the advertisement and that your tailored covering letter is actually for the right job;
  • Don’t cut and copy parts from your resume;
  • Describe why you would be good for the role and include examples from past work; and
  • We wouldn’t recommend more that one page for your covering letter.