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It is difficult to articulate your skills, interests and goals to an interviewer if you don’t know what they are yourself. You need to be able to present to Brammer Buck & Hickman confidence in yourself, your experience and qualifications, and have a sense of career direction.
Know Your Areas Of Interest
Here at Brammer Buck & Hickman, we are interested in discovering why you selected a particular career field to pursue. Do your research and find out information about the field, industries and position you’ve applied for. This may include future projections, major competitors, industry trends, and characteristics of individuals in the field.
Know the Employer
Research on Brammer Buck & Hickman as an organisation to find out more about our products, services, locations, previous and projected growth, and future prospects.
Know The Position For Which You Have Applied
You need to have a clear description of the job and required skills so that you can articulate your understanding of the position, the demands involved, and how valuable you will be to Brammer Buck & Hickman.
Know The Interview Format Ahead Of Time
One of the most important ways to prepare for your interview is to ask about the interview format. Find out who you will meet with and how long the interview will be.
Prepare For And Anticipate Questions
Read the job description thoroughly and anticipate questions that may be asked. Prepare answers beforehand by practicing aloud, with a friend, or by completing a mock interview.
Make A List Of Questions To Ask
Asking relevant questions will show your interest in working at Brammer Buck & Hickman and your preparedness for the interview. Don’t ask questions that could be easily answered through your own research.