Interview: Office Admin
Experience and Preferences
Before you begin, be sure to review the candidate's assessment. You may wish to craft additional questions based on suggestions on that assessment, in order to get to know your candidate better.
(Explain the job). What aspects of this job do you enjoy most?
In which of the tasks I've describe do you feel you'll be best at, have the most experience in, or enjoy the most?
Which of the tasks I've describe do you believe you'll enjoy least?
Strengths and Weaknesses
The final question of this survey is a text box. Before the interview, you should have reviewed the candidate's assessment. Create custom questions that help address any weaknesses or issues that the assessment presents. A notes section appears in the "Strengths and Weaknesses" section for making notes about the candidate regarding these custom questions.
What do you see as your main strengths?
What do you see as your main weaknesses and how do you compensate for them?
What personal growth do you hope to achieve by working with our company?
What 5 key qualities do you think a person for this job needs to have? Do you fall short on any of these?
Assessment notes for custom questions.
Overcoming Organizational Challenges
What tools/methods do you use to keep yourself as organized and productive as possible?
What tools/methods/software do you use to keep yourself as organized and productive as possible?
Poor communication and ineffective communication are obstacles that plague most organizations, leading to lost productivity, high turnover, and lost money. What steps have to taken in your previous management positions to remedy problems with communication? And what steps do you think any company should take to work toward an effective communication policy? What past history do you have communicating with people of different walks of life?