Questions to Ask in a Job Interview

Questions To Ask In a Job Interview

​We’ve put together a list of questions to ask in an interview. Perhaps choose your favourite two or three to have at the ready:

    • What attributes would you hope that I bring to the job?

    • What type of projects would I be delving into on day one?

    • What training and induction do you provide?

    • Can you tell me about the current team and how this role fits into it?

    • What sort of internal culture does the company promote?

    • What are the opportunities for career progression?

    • What does an average day for this role look like?

    • How do you measure success in this role?

    • What do you enjoy most about working here?

    • What’s the biggest challenge someone in this role would face?

    • Do you expect the main responsibilities for this position to change in the next six months?

    • Where have successful employees previously in this position progressed to?

    • What are the next steps in the interview process?

    • How would you describe the management style of the person I would be reporting to?

    • When can I expect to hear back from you regarding the hiring decision?

    • Can you tell me about any exciting projects the team is currently working on?

    • How does this position fit into the overall goals and strategy of the company?

    • What kind of training or support is provided for employees in this role?

    • What is the timeline for filling this position?

    • What are the expectations for the position in terms of work hours or flexibility?

    • How does the company approach work-life balance for its employees?

    • Can you tell me more about the team I would be working with and their roles within the company?

Now that you have some questions to ask, next step is ensuring you’re prepared for your interview.

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