This week we’re continuing our series on successful interviews with essential advice for asking questions. It is important for you to leave the interview with a good understanding of the position and company. You are interviewing them as much as they are interviewing you. Make sure you can make a good career decision on whether you want to work for the company after you leave.
Make a List of General Questions to Ask During the Interview
What are the responsibilities of this position, and which ones are most important?
What results are expected of this position?
What problems and opportunities are associated with this position?
What are the goals of this company and the department?
What support is available for me to meet these goals?
Are there any projects currently in motion? What is their history and status?
Why is this position open? Replacement or expansion?
What criteria are used for performance reviews?