Good questions for the end of a job interview

Once you have gone to the trouble of finding what seems like a perfect job, filling in and applying for the position, all that’s left is to perform well in the interview. And at the end of the interview, there is always the opportunity to ask questions. This is the part of the job interview where you can really show your interest and enthusiasm for the role. But what kind of questions should you ask? And which questions will help you land the job? Well, here at Colbern Limited, we are leading recruitment experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to good questions to ask at the end of a job interview.

What are some good questions for the end of a job interview?

  1.  Ask about the day to day responsibilities of the job- this will show you are interested in the specifics of the job, and not just the company as a whole. It will also give you an opportunity to consider how this will match up with your expectations, and if it is really the right job for you.
  2. Ask more about the company culture- this will help you consider whether you will be a good fit. For example, if team building activities are regular and mandatory, and you prefer to stay focused and work alone, you might not find this job suitable at all.
  3. What are the biggest challenges facing the company right now- finding out more about what challenges the company are up against will help you consider the future potential of the job role, and what you can bring to it. You could have the right ideas to help the company develop,
  4. What do you like about working for the company?- put the shoe on the other foot and ask the interviewer to think about their position, and why they like it. This will show more of the company culture.

For more information or advice, get in touch with the experts today, here at Colbern Limited.