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Our highly experienced team is always available to offer advice and guidance whenever needed. We have the skills to support you regardless of your work experience or background. We've proudly placed thousands of candidates into positions that have catapulted them into fantastic careers. 

You could be NEXT!

Nervous about your upcoming interview? Nerves are a good thing! Feeling nervous before a performance or an event is your body's way of helping you do your best. 

But if you need a bit more reassurance on what will be expected of you, we've put together a few helpful tips to get you started.


Everything You Need to Know

Here are some helpful tips before you get into the nitty-gritty of preparing for your interview and ultimately landing the job! You got this. Let's take it one step at a time, together. 


Look at the organisation's website, social media, and sites such as LinkedIn. Make sure you understand who they are and what they do. It's always great to read through their About Us page on their website. 

Know Your CV

The interviewer will expect you to answer questions about anything that is written on your CV. Be prepared for any questions they may ask!

Prepare Questions

The interview is a two-way process, think of some questions you want to ask the company too. this will prove to them your interest in their company and the role your applying for. 

Congrats! You got the Interview... now what?

Pre Interview

The Interviewer

Find out who you will meet and get their full name and job title. LinkedIn is a great tool for finding out more information about interviewers.

Job description

Think about how your experience would benefit the company and be prepared to give examples.


Ensure you know where the interview is being held, how you get there, and how long it will take to get there (including traffic).

First Impressions

Your outfit

Making a good first impression can have a big impact. Dress in professional, smart clothing.

Get there early

Timing is essential; better to arrive there 5 to 10 minutes early than to turn up late & give off a bad first impression.

And now for 'The Main Event'

The Interview


Remember to smile and maintain good eye contact and positive body language throughout.

Be positive

Under no circumstances should you criticise your current/previous employer.


Follow up

It’s important to follow up on your interview with an email of thanks and to stress your interest in the role.

Ask for feedback

Regardless of how it went, understanding your own performance in the interview can help you break down what made you stand out or better prepare you for the next one.

Submit CV

If you're looking for a new permanent or temporary role, submit your CV to us now! One of our consultants will be in touch with more information on the roles we have available. If you're preparing for an interview, we can help with that too! Get in touch.

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