• Be prepared for some position specific questions-Basic Cooking and Sanitation questions are common.
  • Research the Potential Employer/Company - Cuisine style, other properties, awards etc.
  • List your accomplishments, awards, skills, Certifications and experience that are relevant to the position you are seeking.
  • Determine if you are a match for the position. Do your skills and experience match all the requirements?
  • Does the company and position fit your requirements, your goal. Show how you are a fit.

Questions You Should Ask During The Job Interview

by Carole Martin, The Interview Coach

At some point, usually at the conclusion of the interview, you may be asked, "Do you have any questions?" A common answer to this question is, "No, I think you've covered everything very well." This is the wrong answer! You have passed up your opportunity to ask some critical questions that may make a difference as to whether you want to work for this company.

Here are some rules and basic questions to consider asking when asked if you have questions:

After the Interview... Now What?

Congratulations! You've just completed an interview for a position that interests you, or perhaps you met with a networking contact who offered some insight into your job search. Now that the interview is over, it's time to swing into action with some memorable followup activities. Depending on the nature of your interview, followup can take several forms. What you do can greatly influence whether you succeed in generating a second interview or benefit from your networking meeting. Review the checklist below for specific activities that may apply to you.