comIn Class Interviewing Exercise 9- Conducting the Employment Interview
Purpose: To hone your skills at posing employment questions and at answering them.
( In this assignment our focus is on the interviewers, but pay attention to the interviewee role
We will break up in groups of 4. One person will be the observer, taking notes about the
questions and answers. One person will closely observe. One person will film at least 3
exchanges form different stage of the interview ( rapport building stage, Q and A stage, Closing
stage) [ If you want to record the entire interview, you can do so.)
Post your assessment of the interview as interviewer or interviewee or observer.
We will keep it simple. Pick one of the roles you assumed and post on that one only.
See below for more specific instructions. ( If you post as interviewer, include the set of questions
you wrote up.)
We will watch the videos in class and talk out your observations.
We will rotate through the different roles.
As interviewer:
Write up an interview schedule, 5-8 questions, appropriate for interviewing an applicant for the
latest job you have held.
Use the questions and ideas from (Anderson, Ch. 8, Anderson, p. 206- 209)
Interview a classmate.
Tell the interviewer what the job is before you start, so they can tailor their answers/experiences
to your questions)
Post your assessment of the interview as interviewer or interviewee or observer.
Include your assessment of the schedule of questions in your post.
You can use this to guide your assessment, but you only need to use the questions that are
Post Interview Questionnaire Interviewing COM 351.doc
Observer, use these questions to help guide your analysis:
For Interviewee:
What did she/he do well?
Did he/she identify skills and support them with concrete examples?
Did she/he speaking positively?
Did he/she demonstrate effective nonverbal communication.
For Interviewer:
1. How was she/he at building rapport?
2. How did the interview schedule reveal thoughtful planning?
3. Did the Schedule include: (Yes or No)
a: general questions
b: behavioral questions
c: open ended questions.
4. On a scale of 1-5, were the questions clear and unambiguous? ( 1 = unclear, 5= excellent)
5. On a scale of 1-5, how well did the Interviewer demonstrate listening skills ( wait, demonstrate,
verify, clarify, record)
In your small group watch the video, note your successes and missteps.
As a class we will discuss what kind of information the interview questions were designed to
elicit, what answers were actually given and how to shape the questions and answers for even
more effective interviewing.

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