Why are you interested in working for our company?
Because your company has a good sales record.
Because your operations are global, so I feel I can gain the most from working in this kind of environment.
Because I think my major is suitable for this position.
Because I can learn new things in your company, at the same time I can offer my services to you.
Because I'm very interested in your company's training program.
Why did you leave your former company?
Because I'm working in a small company where a further promotion is impossible.
Because I'm capable of more responsibilities, so I decided to change my job.
Because that company didn't have a good future, so I needed to consider my future.
Because I want to change my working environment, I'd like to find a job which is more challenging.
Because I had some private reasons, some family things.
What are your great strengths?
I'm a good team player.
I'm a hard-working, persistent person.
I'm a fast-learner.
I can work under pressure and get along with my colleagues.
I have strong organizational skills.
In what specific ways will our company benefit from hiring you?
I think that my technical background is helpful for you.
I have enough knowledge to market the products of your company.
I'm very familiar with this market and have many customers. I think your company will benefit from it.
Your company will benefit from gaining a young energetic, bright, person.
I know I am the right person for this job.
What are your salary expectations?
I would expect the standard rate of pay at your company for a person with my experiences and educational background.
Shall we discuss my responsibilities with your company first? I think salary is closely related to the responsibilities of the job.
I hope you'll consider my experience and training and will offer me a salary higher than the junior secretary's salary.
I expect to be paid according to my abilities.
With my experiences, I'd like to start at RMB4000 a month.
A: Tell me a little bit about yourself.
B: My name is David and I live in Shanghai, I was born in 1980. My major was electrical engineering.
A: What kind of personality do you think you have?
B: Well, I approach things very enthusiastically, I think, and I don't like to leave things half-done.I'm very organized and extremely capable.
A: What would you say are your weaknesses and strengths?
B: Well, I'm afraid I'm a poor speaker, however I'm fully aware of this, so I've been studying how to speak in public. I suppose my strengths are I'm persistent and a fast-learner.
A: Do you have any licenses or certificates?
B: I have a driver's license, and I am a CPA (Certified Public Accountant).
A: How do you relate to others?
B: I'm very co-operative and have good teamwork spirit.
A: I see by your resume that you have been working?
B: Yes, I have worked for two years with an American Company.
A: Tell me what you know about our company please.
B: Well, the company was founded in New York in 1950 by Mark Ward, who was the first president. It has 1 billion dollars in capital; it employs 5,000 people, and it is the largest company in its field in the States.
好的，1950年Mark Ward，公司首任董事长在纽约创立公司。资本额为10亿美金，有5,000雇员, 是美国同行业中最大的企业。
A: What do you know about our major products and our share of the market?
B: Your company's products are mostly marketed in Europe and the United States, but particularly has sold very well here in China. So I think in the future you'll find China to be a profitable market as well.
A: What made you decide to change your job?
B: I would like to get a job in which I can further develop my career.
A: May I ask you why you left the former company？
B: Because I want to change my working environment and seek new challenges.
A: What is your working experience?
B: I have worked for IBM for 3 years.
A: How will your experiences benefit this company?
B: I know the marketing from top to bottom and. I can develop a new market for you. That will increase your profit margin and keep the shareholders satisfied.
A: Are you aware of the aspects of this position and do you feel you are qualified?
B: Yes, I understand my qualification and your needs by researching your company.
A: If you enter this company, what section would you like to work in?
B: If possible. I'd like to be positioned in International Trade Department.
A: What starting salary do you expect?
B: I'd like to start at ￥5000 a month.
A: How long does it take to get here from your home?
B: It takes about 40 minutes.
A: Do you have any particular conditions that you would like the company to take into consideration?
B: Yes, do you have allowance for transportation as well a housing packages, medical insurance, unemployment insurance and annuity.
What are your performance incentives and the bonus structure?
A: How can we get in touch with you?
B: You can reach me at 62547833.
A: How can I contact you when we reach our decision?
B: You can call me at this number between 4 and 6 in the afternoon.
A: Do you have any questions you would like to ask me?
B: What are the company's working hours?
Would I have to work overtime very often?
Would there be any opportunities to work abroad in the future?