2 求職面試(2) Job Interview(2)
Interviewer: Thank you for agreeing to come in and meet with us today.
Interviewee: Thanks for your inviting me.
Interviewer: I can see from your resume (C.V.) that you were in charge of sales for the ABC Corporation from 2012 to 2014. Can you please tell me about your responsibilities?
Interviewee: Yes. I was in charge of profit and loss for the northwest region of America. As a manager, I was directly responsible for a 50% increase in sales over a four-month period.
Interviewer: What do you believe are some of the key attributes that helped you to achieve such an outstanding increase in sales?
Interviewee: I believe persistence and perseverance are key attributes.
Interviewer: Sounds good. Everyone is talking about teams these days. Can you describe your role as a member of a sales team?
Interviewee: I see myself chiefly as an inspirer. Sales can be quite competitive and some people in this field adopt a dog-eat-dog mentality. However, as a leader, I charge myself with making all units within a company function as one single entity. To cite an example, in my last job, each representative handled a different region. Instead of allowing successful initiatives to be hoarded by certain representatives, I developed a system for sharing those successful sales initiatives. Soon the entire sales team started talking of their successes, not just to brag, but also to share.
Interviewer: We establish a fairly high target sales quota and you must achieve this volume in a short amount of time. How can you ensure that we reach our sales goals?
Interviewee: I will draft a day-to-day schedule in advance and stick to the plan. Having a plan is the guarantor of success.
Interviewer: I must admit that you are very impressive (or I am quite impressed). I’ve certainly enjoyed meeting you. Our HR department will contact you later.
我得承認你很令人印象深刻 (我對你印象很不錯). 很高興與你會面。接下來人事部會跟你進一步聯繫的。
Interviewee: Thank you very much. I'll be looking forward to hearing from you. Good-bye.
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