Interview Advice

  • Although this question may feel tedious, knowing how to answer the question and why employers ask it, can help you feel more at ease. Keep reading for tips on how to prepare and answer this question well in your next interview!
  • A negative mindset can really affect your performance in an interview before it has even happened. You should be spending your preparation time focusing on what you can do, not what you can’t. We have some tips and ideas on how you can improve your mindset before an interview and help you work to...
  • Twitter can often be overlooked as a good place to find your next job opportunity. However, once you look past the negatives, there can be some real potential for job seeking on this platform. Twitter is full of companies and recruiters looking to find their next hire! Here are some tips on how t...
  • Telephone interviews are a great way for employers to get to know you a bit better as a professional before they invite you to a traditional face-to-face interview. They can sometimes cause a bit of worry, especially if you’ve never had one before. Keep reading for some tips on how to prepare for...
  • As a job seeker it can become very frustrating to be putting in countless hours of your time writing and submitting applications and not getting any kind of response from employers. So, what can you do to change the outcome? Keep reading for our advice on how to boost your applications and get mo...
  • During interviews, you may sometimes feel a little unprepared when the interviewer asks you “What is your greatest weakness?”. Keep reading for our tips on how to prepare for and answer this question well.
  • What do you want employers to think of when they hear or see your name? Personal branding allows you to build a name for yourself. It’s important that you make sure your personal brand is showing employers both what you want from them and what you can do for them. Keep reading for our tips on how...
  • The technical round of an interview is used for the interviewer to assess your technical ability. We have some tips and advice on how to properly prepare yourself for this type of interview.
  • Initially, an internal interview can seem easy but that is not always the case. You need to be able to prepare in the same way you would for any other interview. Read our tips and advice on how to prepare for an internal interview appropriately.
  • Sending thank you notes can be a crucial part of your job-search strategy. Thank you notes can insure the employer of your continued interest in the job and they be an extra push to help you receive that job offer. Keep reading for our tips on how to write great thank you notes.
  • Ideally, a job-seeker’s goal is to receive a job offer. However, you may be offered a job that just isn't for you. Turning down a job can sometimes feel rather awkward, so we have provided a few tips to make this process as easy as it can be.
  • Sometimes getting time off work for interviews can be daunting and may even have you second guessing your jobs-search. However, there are a lot of things you can do to aid your job search and help get the process moving. Keep reading to find out our tips.
  • Rescheduling a job interview may not be something you want to do, but sometimes there is no way around it. Use our tips on how to reschedule your interview and it can leave you feeling a lot better about the situation.
  • LinkedIn is known as one of the most professional forms of online social media. So how can you utilise it for your own job-search? Keep reading for our tips and guidance on how to set up your LinkedIn profile and how to get recruiters to notice you!
  • Sometimes the most daunting part of your early career can be leaving education with no work experience. Sometimes getting industry experience before leaving school just isn't going to happen, but there are plenty of ways around it. Keep reading and see how you can make sure your application gets ...
  • Second interviews are a frequent occurrence for most job-seekers and just like the initial interview, there are ways you can prepare and make the most of the opportunity. Keep reading to find our tips on tackling a second interview.
  • STEM Ambassadors are there to inspire and help young people get involved in science, mathematics, engineering and mathematics. Are you involved in any of these activities or want to become a STEM Ambassador? Read on and find out how you can help your local community.
  • Group interviews can be rare in the engineering sector but they are still a popular type of interview. They save the business valuable time and it is worth knowing how to make it through one. Read up on some tips and advice on how to ace your next group interview and make your voice heard.
  • Interviews are a daunting aspect of job-seeking but we all have to do them. There may be some particular questions that are worrying you, so read our tips on how to ace those answers and bag yourself that dream job.
  • The thought of asking questions in an interview can knock the confidence of many applicants. With a little bit of preparation and research before your interview, the questions you ask can have a significant affect on the outcome.