Of all the things job candidates can do to improve their chances of getting hired, asking the right questions might be at the top of the list. That’s certainly the opinion shared by Project 30 hiring managers, who listen for the following types of inquiries when they evaluate potential hires.
One key topic interviewees need to broach is how success will be measured in the positions they want to fill. This shows that candidates are serious about making a positive impact on Project 30 and advancing their own careers at the same time. It also shows us that they’re accountable for their own progress.
It’s important to hear potential hires ask about development opportunities within our firm. Constant improvement is one of our core values, so we want to find candidates who are ready to grow right along with us. We know someone will be an asset to our organization if he or she inquires about ongoing education before getting the job.
In a similar vein, we like to hear candidates ask how their potential role would impact larger company objectives. We feel more confident about hiring a person if he or she has big-picture success in mind right from the outset.
We listen for these types of questions when we speak with potential additions to Team Project 30. To find out more about our company culture, follow us on https://www.facebook.com/Project-30-1859469210979466/