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#173412 01/09/08 01:22 PM
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I have an interview coming up for an electrical instructor's position (part time) at a local college and was hoping someone here might have some insight into the interview process for this type of position.
The HR person who called to set up the interview didn't mention anything about doing a presentation. I'm just not sure what to expect or what I should "bone up" on for this type of interview.
Would appreciate any insight or suggestions.

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Don't be late laugh
Good luck!


Sixer

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Originally Posted by Sixer
Don't be late laugh
Good luck!


Fine advice for any interview! smile

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Just show up well-dressed and bring all of your manuals/documentation that would normally be used for your training classes. Show them that you are prepared to get right to work. This will probably not be necessary, but they will respect your being eager to get the ball rolling. Sounds like you are already in a good position since they called you back. Show them what you are made of and steal the show.


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Hey thanks for the advice and wishes of good luck... smile





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