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What qualities do you think will be required for this job?

Their advertisement for the job may help you a little bit, but you should also think of the
other qualities that may be required. These may include leadership ability, supervisory skills,
communication skills, interpersonal skills, problem solving, analytical skills, etc.

What can you contribute?
This is your chance to shine. Tell them about your achievements in your previous position(s)
which are relevant to the new position you are applying for.
Why do you want to work for this company?
Emphasize the positive reasons why you want to join their company, but avoid aspects such
as more money or shorter hours. These would not endear you to a prospective employer.
What do you know about this company?

This is your chance to impress the interviewer with your knowledge of their company. Give them a run down of their products/services, sales figures, news, company figures, customers, etc.

What interests you about our product (or service)?
Again, your research into the company should aid you in answering this question.
What can we (the new company) offer that your previous
company cannot offer?
Tread carefully here! Again do not mention money. Stress opportunities for personal growth,
new challenges, etc.
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Types of Questions!
Open questions-" Tell us a little about\u2026\u2026.."
Keep in mind the selection criteria and your
strengths.

Closed questions - Asked when the interviewer
wants specific information, often factual or
technical in nature, these questions can
frequently be answered with a \u201cyes\u201d or \u201cno\u201d

Ask for clarification and elaboration of past
experiences.
Require you to demonstrate your technical
knowledge in some area

Hypothetical questions-What would you do if\u2026
These will assess your ability to think on your
feet.
Leading questions- The answer seems logical\u2026

As a grower representative you will require good
communication skills - do you have good skills in
this area? Do not give a yes/no answer. Give
examples to support your response.

Multi-barrelled - two or more questions linked to
the same topic
Don't be afraid to ask to have the question
repeated if you can't recall the full question.
Behavioural questions - uses your past
experiences to predict future behaviours

Prepare examples of how your experiences have
allowed you to develop specific skills and how
these could benefit the employer. STAR:
Situation, Tasks, Action, Result

Job Specific Questions

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