A telephone screen call can come at any time. Be sure everyone in your household — children, roommates, etc., are aware you may be receiving calls from recruiters and companies. Ask them to answer the phone in a polite, professional manner. While you’re at it, make sure your voice-mail message is professional and upbeat: No music or jokes for the time being — just a straightforward message.
Job interview expert Carole Martin has been a prime contributor to our Veteran Jobs blog, and now she’s offering her advice to veterans and service members who have questions, general or specific, about tackling the civilian job interview process. Send Carole your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org, and moving forward, we’ll feature her answers in this blog.
The Interview Coach, Carole Martin, is a celebrated author, job coach, and speaker on the subject of interviewing and recruiting. She is also a contributing writer at Monster.com and featured on talk radio. Carole is using her proven methods for coaching job seekers on competitive interviewing skills in technical and non-technical industries.I invite you to download my free worksheet for determining your Values Exercise at the Interview Coach website. www.interviewcoach.com/valuesexercise.html and be sure to follow The Interview Coach on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin to learn more about the perfect interview and resources for finding your perfect job.