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Interview Strategies that Work: How to Get the Job You Want
Interview Strategies that Work: How to Get the Job You Want
Introductions
Introductions
What to Do to Make a Good First Impression
What to Do to Make a Good First Impression
Quotes from Music Interviewees
Quotes from Music Interviewees
What to Wear
What to Wear
Quote from Music Interviewee
Quote from Music Interviewee
What to Take into an Interview
What to Take into an Interview
First Impressions on Paper
First Impressions on Paper
First Impressions with People
First Impressions with People
Interview Portfolio
Interview Portfolio
Electronic Portfolio
Electronic Portfolio
What to Say
What to Say
Questions Asked Most Frequently in Music Teacher Interviews
Questions Asked Most Frequently in Music Teacher Interviews
Think in Fives
Think in Fives
Things to Avoid Saying
Things to Avoid Saying
Types of Interviews
Types of Interviews
How to Handle Your Nerves
How to Handle Your Nerves
Mock Interviews
Mock Interviews
Turning Down a Job Tactfully
Turning Down a Job Tactfully
Top 10 Things Never to Do in an Interview
Top 10 Things Never to Do in an Interview
Contact Me
Contact Me

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1 Interview Strategies that Work: How to Get the Job You Want

Interview Strategies that Work: How to Get the Job You Want

Jill M. Sullivan, Ph.D. Arizona State University January 13, 2007 Arizona Music Educators 71st In-service Conference Mesa

2 Introductions

Introductions

University of Toledo study reported that most job interviewees have 30 seconds to make their impression on their interviewer.

3 What to Do to Make a Good First Impression

What to Do to Make a Good First Impression

Nonverbal communication is key Firm handshake Toothy smile Eye contact Breaking eye contact is fine, but don’t look down. Make eye contact with all members of the interview committee. Sitting - lean slightly forward Personal grooming

4 Quotes from Music Interviewees

Quotes from Music Interviewees

“I would say the number one thing that hires new teachers is personality! How you come across during your first impression is critical.” “Your transcripts, portfolio, and references are very important, but if an interviewer does not like what they see at first glance, you won’t have a chance! Be energetic!

5 What to Wear

What to Wear

According to a survey by American Career Executives given to recruiters, fatal mistakes in an interview include someone poorly dressed or someone with bad hygiene. Dress more formal than your typical work day. A suit is a winner! Men: tie and jacket with nice pressed slacks and polished shoes are fine Women: jacket with slacks, skirt, dress, pantyhose, polished shoes, closed-toe

6 Quote from Music Interviewee

Quote from Music Interviewee

“Even though you may want an elementary position, dress as though you are interviewing to be CEO of a large company. Every time I wore my power suit, I was called back for a second interview.”

7 What to Take into an Interview

What to Take into an Interview

Notepad and pen Small briefcase Portfolio Extra copies of your r?sum?, reference letters, and transcripts

8 First Impressions on Paper

First Impressions on Paper

Applications Letters (inquiry,cover, follow-up) R?sum? Clear, clean format No mistakes Laser printed Cotton or linen paper with matching envelopes

9 First Impressions with People

First Impressions with People

Peers Faculty Members Field-Experience/Observation Mentors Student-Teaching Mentors

10 Interview Portfolio

Interview Portfolio

R?sum? Letters of recommendation List of references Sample lesson plans with video Recital CD Video clip with you conducting at a concert Classroom rules Instructional strategies Programs (recital, concerts, student teaching) Photographs (professional and personal) Philosophy statement Student work Example of tests Rubrics Handbook Special skills (bi-lingual, Orff certification, computer skills) Judges comments from large-group festival Awards

11 Electronic Portfolio

Electronic Portfolio

Burn a CD or give a web address Leave CD with the interviewer Demonstrates you have technology skills

12 What to Say

What to Say

According to a survey given to recruiters by an executive search firm, another common mistake in interviews was people being unprepared. Prepare answers to common interview questions. Write answers down. Practice answering questions out loud. Be positive and pleasant. Ask questions.

13 Questions Asked Most Frequently in Music Teacher Interviews

Questions Asked Most Frequently in Music Teacher Interviews

Classroom Management/Discipline Teaching and Learning Philosophy

14 Think in Fives

Think in Fives

5 intelligent questions to ask 5 key points about your background 5 interesting points about the school and/or job

15 Things to Avoid Saying

Things to Avoid Saying

Wait to mention money until the job has been offered. Avoid negativity toward previous employers or any negativity at all. Keep your answers short and cogent. According to the survey given to the recruiters, too much talk was the biggest mistake in interviews.

16 Types of Interviews

Types of Interviews

Screening Interview Committees One-on-One

17 How to Handle Your Nerves

How to Handle Your Nerves

Be prepared. Give yourself plenty of time to prepare. Take your time giving a response. Act confident regardless of how you feel inside. Practice interviewing. Try to avoid nervous ticks. Getting an interview should be a confidence builder. Remember: the school called you for an interview!

18 Mock Interviews

Mock Interviews

Ask your mentor teacher and/or a principal to give you a mock interview. Ask your college supervisor to set this up in your student-teaching seminar. Give them the questions from my handout. Have your local CMENC chapter invite in an administrator or local supervisor of music and have a panel discussion about interviewing strategies.

19 Turning Down a Job Tactfully

Turning Down a Job Tactfully

Respond in 48 hours. Express your appreciation. Praise the school district. Position didn’t match your career goals. Indicate how difficult this decision was.

20 Top 10 Things Never to Do in an Interview

Top 10 Things Never to Do in an Interview

See interview handout

21 Contact Me

Contact Me

Jill.Sullivan@asu.edu www.public.asu.edu/~jmsulli/courses.htm Ask me follow-up questions or concerns about interviewing. Share with me questions you were asked that weren’t on my handout. Share with me your interview experiences. Let me know what part of this workshop was most useful to you.

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