Need help about final interview of a graduate job !

Hi guys,

I know there are forums for employment seekers out there, but I feel more connected to the community here and I have alwasy found very practical and spot-on guidance here.

I have recently given the interviews for a graduate job for a software developer job. The interview went very well and I am quite hopeful that I would get the call for final interview with the hiring manager. Lately, I had interviews with HR manager and the technical team lead. I had crunched almost all the competency based and technical questions about C++ on the internet.

I am not sure what the final interview would be like. Even the recruitment consultant is clueless at this point. I want to start preparing now so that I am not caught off-hand.

Can anybody guide me what kind of questions i should expect and how do i go for preparation.

This interview is very important for me as I have got his interview after 6 months of struggle.

Rep will be left for every helpful post.

Best Regards,
PP

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Go over any information they have sent you about the post so you know exactly what it is you will be expected to do and be able to show in what ways you're the perfect candidate for the job.

Without insider info it would be impossible to say precisely what this final interview is for.

Go well dressed. Be open, honest and charming. And good luck x x x

If you are female - short skirt - tight top.

Never fails.

They will hire you for something.

ibiza;5103668

If you are female - short skirt - tight top.Never fails.They will hire … If you are female - short skirt - tight top.Never fails.They will hire you for something.



oh LOL, risky. A female boss won't look kindly on this tactic.

Sir, get as much info on your potential employer and ask them questions related to their business - try and make the questions as interesting as you can and let them know you've been looking into what they do - it flatters them.

And good luck.

ClarityofMind;5103683

oh LOL, risky. A female boss won't look kindly on this tactic.



That all ]depends. :lol:

moob;5103709

That all ]depends. :lol:



lol, that's so wrong!!

Original Poster

Thanks everybody for the comments so far

moob;5103694

Sir, get as much info on your potential employer and ask them questions … Sir, get as much info on your potential employer and ask them questions related to their business - try and make the questions as interesting as you can and let them know you've been looking into what they do - it flatters them.And good luck.



Thanks for your wishes.I have got so much information about them that the HR manager explicitly mentioned it. She admitted I had some information which wasnt even updated on their website and she wasn't aware of those.I find this the trickiest bit to ask interesting questions about what they do. Can you please come up with some examples, if possible :roll: I know it could be the deal-breaker.

pied_piper;5103913

Thanks everybody for the comments so far Thanks for your wishes.I have … Thanks everybody for the comments so far Thanks for your wishes.I have got so much information about them that the HR manager explicitly mentioned it. She admitted I had some information which wasnt even updated on their website and she wasn't aware of those.I find this the trickiest bit to ask interesting questions about what they do. Can you please come up with some examples, if possible :roll: I know it could be the deal-breaker.



Hey there! I think i might be able to help, i'm in my third year and for our career prep module we got a mini booklet of 'Examples of good questions to ask interviewers.' So i'll just list a few for you, you'l have to adapt the wording to suit you.

1) I'm aware this market is fast moving/ competitive/ mature/ local (whatever your research indicates); how is this affecting the strategic priorities and the demands on the role/ vacant position?

2) I have read that you (employer) face a lot of competition from XYZ (sector, company) what do you think are the main ways that the successful candidate can help the organisation deal with this threat?

3) If someone were to come into this role and begin to make a significant impact on culture and morale, what sort of changes would you/ management want to see most, and how would this be measured?

4) Of the main priorities and expectation attached to this role, which ones are well understood and measurable, and which are not?

I hope this is helpful and what you meant!

Original Poster

hey guys. Thanks very much every body and specially mKc88, I have got the final intervew call.Your responses have been wonderful. Does anybody has more to share, please.

Best Regards,

PP

Original Poster

heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, yuppeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. I got the job, thanks everybody for your support. I am feeling myself lucky to get a job in this credit crunch.
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