Summary

Interview Process Summary

  • Deal mainly with facts about ability to do the job.
  • Why person is leaving current job and history of territory.
  • Does employment history withstand scrutiny.
  • Determination of strengths and weaknesses.
  • Do as much "homework" and research on the opportunity and market as you can prior to the interview.
  • CLOSE! Ask for the next step in the process. Try to get the interviewer to raise some possible concerns/objections to your candidacy.
  • Deal with facts, judgment, emotional maturity, and manageability.
  • Stress self-esteem, business comprehension, team player, organization skills, time management, ability, energy, stamina, how you handle failure and rejection, and how you stay motivated.
  • Ask intelligent, pertinent questions.
  • Do more homework/research between interviews. Try to speak to a few customers, Hospitals and/or Physicians, if you can.  Don't just research on the internet!
  • CLOSE! Ask for the job! Again, try to get the interviewer to raise some possible concerns/objections to your candidacy
  • Re-probe areas, tie up loose ends.
  • Talk about compensation and career path.
  • CLOSE! Ask for the job!  Again, try to get the interviewer to raise some possible concerns/objections to your candidacy.

Call your recruiter immediately after the interview and communicate what transpired. It is important to "beat the interviewer" back to the recruiter to demonstrate strong follow-up skills and your high level of interest and enthusiasm!

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