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How to prepare for your interview with SmartCityPeople :
 
- Arrive on time. Plan for transportation and traffic to allow for a prompt arrival.
- Dress smart. Professional attire conveys the attitude of caring about your 
appearance and performance.
- Bring all requested documents. Failure to do so will create delays in putting 
your CV forward to prospective employers.
- Do not bring companions or family chaperones to your interview.
- Bring only relevant requested documents / portfolios. Bulky luggage is an 
inconvenience and reflects poorly as a first impression.
- The initial impression you make is important. Smile and make eye contact.
- Practice interviewing with friends or family. Be able to clearly communicate 
your skills and achievements in a concise, and clear manner.
- Keep your statements relevant and do not talk in too much detail for 
extended periods unless requested.
- Think through your career to date, and come prepared to discuss your 
achievements, your key skills, and provide an explanation of your career 
history and responsibilities.
- Ensure your English skills are at the level you have claimed on your application. 
You will be evaluated on your capabilities, and in comparison to your 
self-evaluation.
- Speak out. Ask questions. Do not hesitate to ask when you do not understand 
any aspect of the interview process, or do not understand any questions to you 
posed in English. Guessing and providing an unrelated answer will reflect 
poorly in an interview situation.
- Keep your statements and written submissions at a professional level. Discuss 
work related achievements and bring up personal matters only where relevant 
to your job history.
- Think through jobs which appeal to you and come with an idea of your ideal 
career path.
- When SmartCityPeople provides you with a job description, do not agree to 
have your CV put forward to a prospective employer unless you have 
serious interest in the vacancy.
 
How to prepare for your interview with a prospective Employer :
 
- Do some research. Look up the company on the web and find out as much as 
you can about them.
- Prepare a list of questions you wish to ask the prospective employer, and 
which can demonstrate the research you have done to prepare for the interview.
- Arrive on time. Plan for transportation and traffic to allow for a prompt arrival.
- Dress smart. Professional attire conveys the attitude of caring about your 
appearance and performance.
- Bring only relevant requested documents / portfolios. Bulky luggage is an 
inconvenience and reflects poorly as a first impression.
- The initial impression you make is important. Smile and make eye contact.
- Practice interviewing with friends or family. Be able to clearly communicate 
your skills and achievements in a concise, and clear manner.
- Call SmartCityPeople and/or the Employer well in advance if you are unable 
to make the interview or are going to arrive late. If you fail to do so, you have 
demonstrated you are unreliable and SmartCityPeople will make a note of this 
on your internal record.
- Ask questions. Speak out. If you do not understand a question asked of you, make
 it clear to your interviewer. Guessing and providing an unrelated response will
reflect poorly on you.
- Practice interviewing with friends or family. Be able to clearly communicate your
skills and achievements in a concise, and clear manner.
- Keep your statements relevant to questions posed, and indicate when you have 
completed each thought.
- Try to keep your nerves calm and stay relaxed.

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Tel : 099 332 2772 Fax : 02 717 8060 Email : service@smartcitypeople.com