这些面试错误你意识不到,面试英文自我介绍

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  1. Who You Are — Your first sentence should be an introduction to who you are professionally, an overview statement that shows off your strengths and gives a little sense of your personality too. This is not easy to do gracefully on the fly. It pays to prepare a bit in advance.

在面试前喷香水或吸烟

Dear Annie,

Good: “I’m an innovative HR manager with 8 years of experience managing all aspects of the HR function — from recruiting to training to benefits — for Fortune 500 companies.”

Many people have sensitivities to perfumes, colognes and cigarette smoke, and some organizations have designated their workplace as fragrance-free. Know that any scent becomes more potent in a closed-door interview environment. Even if you always wear a fragrance, skip it on the day of your interview.

Thanks for the well-thought-out course blueprint for Academic Writing. It is quite doable now that we have built a solid customer base for courses in overall writing skills.  This may sound ambitious, but what do you think of launching it on April 21st? To make that goal possible, we probably need to put out a detailed course design by next Monday, April 10th?  Then the marketing department can come up with and carry out a targeted sales-pitch by the following Monday , based on the specifics of the course design – its training objectives, the group of learners it caters to, the syllabus and the outline of resources(books, practice materials and manuals).

  1. Expertise Highlights — Don’t assume that the interviewer has closely read your resume and knows your qualifications. Use your elevator pitch to briefly highlight 2-4 points that you think make you stand out.

许多人对香水、古龙水和香烟味敏感,一些机构规定工作场所不准用香水。要知道,任何味道在密闭的面试环境中威力会更强大。即使你一直都用香水,在面试那天也不要用。

I am happy to coordinate any assistance you might need to complete the task in three short days. Just let me know.

Good: “I have spent the last six years developing my skills as a customer service manager for Megacompany Inc., where I have won several performance awards and been promoted twice. I love managing teams and solving customer problems.”

面试中的措辞缺乏自信

By the way, I see Academic Writing can probably borrow a lot of thinking we have done for Business Writing. In that case, part of the dinner already cooked J.

  1. Why You’re Here — End by telling them you want the position and why.

If you lack confidence, the hiring manager will as well. Consider the difference between “I think I could learn that program” versus “I know I could learn it.” Role-playing the interview will remove the hesitancy from your words and voice.

必威,Keep up the excellent work!

Good: “Although I love my current role, I feel I’m now ready for a more challenging assignment and this position really excites me.”

如果你缺乏自信心,招聘主管对你也会没信心。衡量一下“我认为我可以学习这个项目”和“我知道我可以学习”之间的差异。在面试前进行角色扮演模拟将会让你的措辞和语调少些犹疑。

Best,

Concise and positive.

面试表现不错,但面试结束后寄的感谢函写得很草率

Guo Yiliang

Remember: You will have time later to walk through your resume in more detail and fill in any gaps. Don’t try to squeeze in too much information or your interviewer WILL start to tune out.
A good interview is a dialogue, not a monologue. Keep it concise and give your interviewer the chance to dive in and ask questions.

This shows a lack of consistency and solid follow-through. Sending a generic thank you or having typos or other errors in it sends red flags. Always include points specific to the meeting in your note and restate your interest in the role.

【参考范文】

Example Answer for “Tell Me About Yourself”:

这展现出你缺乏一致性和良好的后续执行能力。漫不经心地发一张泛泛的感谢函,里面有错字或其他错误都会让你的面试效果亮起红灯。在感谢函中一定要提到面试的具体细节,并重申你对这一职位的兴趣。

以下是我写的两篇follow-up email,一封是通过一个共同的熟人(其父)来寻求一些职业建议,另一封是催要面试结果。

“I have more than five years of experience as a technical project manager at top Wall Street companies. Most recently, I led the development of an award-winning new trading platform. I’m a person who thrives in a fast-paced environment so right now I’m looking for an opportunity to apply my technical exp and my creative problem solving skills at an innovative software company like this one.”

以为简历中的内容考官都清楚,无需在面试过程中提起

【范文一】

Notice that the first line sums up her experience and name drops “top Wall Street companies.” It’s always good to mention high-profile employers by name. Most hiring managers will perk up because they assume that if you made it through the hiring process at other well-respected companies, you must be pretty good.
She then describes an impressive recent project that we can assume is very relevant to the work required in the open position. Next, she spends time talking about why she’s interested in this company/role, using the terms fast-paced, creative, problem solving, and innovative. This is great if those words are used in the job description and/or company values.

Many candidates try to bring up all new material in the interview, avoiding any mention of what’s in the resume. This is a mistake. The hiring manager hasn’t spent as much time with your resume as you have—in fact, the interview may be the first time he’s had to look at it. Weave in relevant points from your resume when discussing your accomplishments, as well as how you performed day-to-day responsibilities.

Hi dear Mr. Albert,

许多求职者在面试中都会侃侃而谈简历上没有的东西,避而不谈简历上的内容。这是错误的。招聘主管对你的简历不会像你自己那么熟悉——事实上,他也许在面试时才第一次看你的简历。在谈论自己的成就时,要加进简历上的相关内容,以及你在日常工作中的表现。

Per our appointment last Wednesday where I consulted you on some career choices, here is my most recent resume. Any advice is welcome and I would especially like to hear Andrew's opinions on how to present my training experience to a future employer in person or on resume, just as you suggested.

空手而来

I understand that Andrew's schedule is probably very tight: hence any amount of help he can give is very much appreciated. Thank you so much for the time and thanks in advance for the time of your son.

Always have several extra copies of your resume. Bring a notepad and pen, and jot down notes during the interview. Arriving without these items can signal you’re unprepared or not interested in the opportunity.

Annie Qu

永远要多带几份简历。带上笔记本和笔,在面试过程中做笔记。面试不带东西对面试官而言可能意味着你没做准备或对这个工作机会不感兴趣。

【范文二】

对面试结果漠不关心

Hi Eric,

Sometimes people think that if they were recruited for the role, they need to be “sold” on the opportunity and can coast through the interview. This is not the case. A hot job market is not an excuse for apathy. Showing a lack of interest in the firm, failing to ask any questions of the hiring manager, or looking bored will keep you out of contention.

This is a just a follow-up of my phone call to you yesterday. I am eager to know if we have any updates regarding my application. As I have mentioned, I do consider the Research Analyst (Economist) position quite an interesting challenge and a dream career opportunity. Henceforth it is definitely top on my list. As of now, a couple other companies have been responding to me based on my applications submitted weeks ago.  It would be very helpful to know where I stand with CSSEA to conclude on my conversations with them. I look forward to hearing from you soon, Eric. Thank you so much for the favorable consideration.

有时人们认为如果他们被招募去应聘某个岗位,招聘方要向他们推销这个职位,然后他们可以轻松过关。事实并非如此。你在就业市场上受欢迎并不是表现冷漠的借口。表现出对公司缺乏兴趣、没有向招聘主管提任何问题,或者露出无聊的表情,都会让你出局。

Best,

本末倒置

Annie

Asking how long it will be until you’re promoted, can take vacation, or work remote are not appropriate early in the process. Raising any of these issues before you’ve discussed the job itself is premature – and sends the wrong message.

下面是网上选取的一些范本和建议。

多久才能升职、休假或远程工作这类问题在求职初期都不适合问出口。在你讨论职位之前提出这些问题都为时过早,而且会传达出错误的讯息。

Job Interview Follow-Up Thank You Letter / Email

最后的叮嘱

By Alison Doyle

Practicing the meeting from start to finish may uncover additional gaffes and enable you to correct them before you walk into the real thing. When it comes to the job interview, there’s just no substitute for in-person practice and preparation.

Updated December 20, 2016

此外,完整的情景模拟面试将能帮助你发现其他问题,从而能让你在真正的面试到来前加以改正。在求职面试这件事上,没有什么比亲身实践和准备更重要的了。

After a job interview, it's both polite and advantageous for your job search to send a thank you letter. Your note is an opportunity to reinforce your strengths as an applicant, affirm your interest in the position, and if necessary, respond to any concerns that came up during the interview.

Here are tips for writing a strong follow-up thank you letter or email. Below is also an example of a letter sent to follow up after a job interview, as well as an example follow-up email.

You can use either as a template for your own follow-up note.

Tips for Writing a Follow-Up Thank You Letter

Consider sending an email. If time is of the essence, send your follow-up letter via email, with your name and "thank you" in the subject line of the message.

Express your enthusiasm. Emphasize your enthusiasm for the job. This is your final chance to tell the employer that you believe you are a good fit for the job.

Include anything you forgot. If you forgot to share an important related experience, or some other valuable piece of information, this is a good place to do so. You might also clarify anything from the interview if you feel you did not make a strong first impression in the interview.

Edit, edit, edit. Whether you send the note by mail or by email, be sure to read through the message carefully before sending it. You are still trying to make a strong impression, so a professional, well written letter is key.

Sample Job Interview Follow-Up Thank You Letter

Your Name

Your Address

Your City, State, Zip Code

Your Phone Number

Your Email

Date

Name

Title

Organization

Address

City, State, Zip Code

Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name:

Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to talk to me about the Senior Programmer Analyst position with XXX Company.

I appreciate your time and consideration in interviewing me for this position.

After speaking with you and the group, I believe that I would be a perfect candidate for this position, offering the quick learning and adaptability that is needed for a diversified position.

In addition to my enthusiasm for performing well, I would bring the technical and analytical skills necessary to get the job done.

I am very interested in working for you and look forward to hearing from you once the final decisions are made regarding this position. Please feel free to contact me at any time if further information is needed. My cell phone number is (555) 111-1111.

Thank you again for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,

Your Signature (hard copy letter)

Your Typed Name

Subject Line: John Smith – Thank You

Dear Mr./Ms. Last Name:

It was a pleasure meeting you the other day and discussing the teaching assistant position at ABC Middle School. I really appreciate the time you took interviewing me for the position.

I enjoyed meeting everyone on the sixth grade team, and getting to ask them questions about the teaching assistant position. The more I spoke with you and the team, the more I was convinced that my teaching experience and my passion for small-classroom learning make me a strong candidate for this position.

I look forward to hearing from you next week regarding your final decision. Feel free to reach out to me beforehand with any questions or concerns. Again, my phone number is 555-555-5555.

Thank you again for your time and consideration.

Best,

John Smith

Hi Iris,

Hope this message finds you doing very well. It has been a while since we met last time! How are you doing? I see you now work for a whole different set of organizations now, congratulations on the new development. I am just touching base, also wondering if you could introduce me to Warren Michelow as I am seeking a career in data science and he works as a data scientist at Boeing Canada. It would be a great networking opportunity for me. Thank you so much for your time.

Warmest regards,

Annie Qu

p.s. I don’t think I have ever conveyed adequately my gratitude in your mentorship and leadership in bringing me along on several of your research projects while we worked together at the BCCEWH. Those experiences taught me much about your character and your professionalism, well beyond the subject matter knowledge even. Would love to have coffee with you sometimes if you have 20 minutes. I can drop by your main office (OrionHealth?) at a time that works better for you.

Sample 2 – By Annie

Dear Mr. Delamar,

First of all, congratulations on Stockwell Day's joining as the executive chairman of Pacific Future Energy. I have been following the news and your business charter really intrigued me. I am a Vancouver local with a background in Environmental Engineering, actuarial sciences and non-profit humanity programs, hence I am quite excited about your company's vision to build a green oil refinery on the BC coast, it makes a solid economic case and also an environmentally sustainable one, let alone its brilliant upfront consideration of collaboration with the First Nations.

I am wondering if I could have a 10-15 minute talk with you to discuss the possibility of me joining your team in the capacity of a business analyst. I dream to work for an energy start-up with which I wholeheartedly share the vision. I believe the company could really use a bilingual generalist with strong business acumen considering your main target buyer of the product is China.

Would it be a good time for you that I come by your office tomorrow morning at around 11:30am? I would also really appreciate the opportunity to know more details of the company's business plan.

Sincerely,

Annie

SAMPLE EMAIL CORRESPONDENCE FROM GEORGETOWN.EDU

Below is a sample e-mail that you might write to an alumnus to ask for an informational interview:

Dear Mr. Smith,

I found your name and contact information on Georgetown's Alumni Career Network. I am a rising junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, and hope to pursue a career in secondary education upon graduation. Given that you have over five years of experience in this field, I would appreciate the chance to ask you a few questions about your career path and your experience in the public school system in Tennessee.

I realize that this time of year is likely a busy one for you. I am hopeful that you would be willing to speak with me over the phone or via email at some point during the next two weeks. Please let me know if you are able to talk with me and if so what method of communication would be preferable.

Thank you very much in advance for your time and insight.

Sincerely,

Susan Braunlin

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