Friday, July 30, 2021

Successful Interview Guides To Get A Job.


GUIDE FOR SUCCESSFUL INTERVIEW AND COMMON INTERVIEW MISTAKE 

i. Preparation for the Interview 

ii. What to expect at the interview? 

iii. After the interview 

iv. Further Information 

If you want to stand a chance of securing that dream job, you must ensure that you sell yourself excellently and try as much as possible to make your first impression colourful, interesting (popular saying: ‘’first impression last long’’).

Note: if you a well prepared and Equip, you will feel more confident, comfortable and that will shine through.  

Preparation for the Interview: in preparing for an interview following steps need to be consider 

i. Research: find out all what you can about the organization, it market in which they operate and the job you are applying for (role and responsibilities)

ii. Practicalities: think about how you are going to be at the interview, what you will wear or appearance, the interview modalities is it online or physical.

iii. Think about the Question: think about the types of question that you might get to ask during the interview (competence-based question, hypothetical, open-ended, or close-ended question by understanding this, it will really set you at a very good pace)

iv. Sell yourself: Sit down with your CV and makes notes on your key achievements.

Try and relate area of your CV with the job roles you are interviewing for, that will make it clear to them why they should hire you or the best candidate for the position.

i. Practice: If possible, have a mock interview with a friend. Even though you have written some possible questions and answers down on paper, until you have said them out loud in an interview setting you won't know how you will perform.

Types of interview Question 

i. Open ended Questions: These questions are often used as icebreakers and are asked to find out more about you.

You might be asked: 'Tell me about yourself' or 'What interests you about this position?'

Try not to be given long-winded answers here - if you are worried that you haven't said enough ask the interviewers if they would like you to expand on anything.

ii. Close Ended Question: These questions are simply looking for a Yes/No answer.

You might be asked: 'Are you willing to travel?'

Don't feel that you must elaborate on the Yes/No answer here unless the interviewer asks you to

iii. Competency Question: These are becoming more and more common in interviews and are the most difficult type of question to answer unless you know how. We will cover these questions in more detail on the next page.

These questions ask you to describe previous experiences where you have displayed specific behaviours and will often start with 'Tell me about a time when. There is certain acronym to have the back of your mind on this which are STAR

S-Situation: What was the specific situation that you were involved in?

T- Task: What were you trying to achieve?

A-action: What action did you personally take to resolve the problem?

R- Result: What was the result? Would you do anything differently next time?

iv. Hypothesis: By using these questions employers seek to gain a better understanding of how you approach problems. They will present you with a hypothetical situation and ask how you would respond in such a position.

Most Common Interview Questions

i. What did you like or dislike about your previous/current role: The employer does not want you to come across as a negative person with this question so don't fall into that trap?

Ensure that you start off your answer with plenty of positive comments. A good example is: 

'I really enjoyed the people I worked with in my previous role and felt that we worked well as a team to achieve common goals. I also enjoyed the management style which allowed me to introduce new ways of doing things to my role. 

'I left this particular role as I felt that I had gone as far as I possibly could within the organization. I feel that it was a great role for me at the time and have learned many new skills, but it is now time to move on to something more challenging.

ii. What is your strength/weakness? This is another negativity trap that is very easy to fall into. It is important that you take any negative aspects of your personality and turn them into a positive aspect. Ensure that any strengths you mention are relevant to the role. Identifying strengths might be easy but finding a good way to pinpoint weaknesses is not so easy. Here is a sample answer: 

'I am a perfectionist and like to work on one thing at a time to ensure that it is done to the best of my ability. In my current role I have to manage several things at once and whilst I did struggle at first, I have now adapted my organizational skills to help me multi-task and ensure that I can keep on top of several things at the one time.

iii. Did you prefer to work independently or as a part of a team? The interviewer wants to determine if you are a team player or if you prefer working on your own, and it is vital that you back up your answer with examples.

A good answer is:

'I feel that I work equally well in a team and independently. In my current role I work in a stand-alone role which requires me to use my initiative on a regular basis. I also work as part of a team with other departments, working together to achieve a common goal.

iv. Where do you see yourself five years from now? Some people find it hard to envision what they will be doing next week never mind five years from now.

The most important thing to remember here is ensuring that you tailor your answer to the job in question. Ensure that you don't come across as too ambitious as an employer will not want to employ you if you are not likely to stick with that role for at least a year

v. What Motivate you?  There is no right or wrong answer here - the interviewer is merely trying to find out what motivates you and to decide whether it is a good fit for their organization.

A good answer here is:

'I have always tried to ensure that clients receive the best possible customer service from the organization. I have often gone the extra mile to ensure that a customer has received an excellent service from me and would have no hesitation to return or recommend the organization to a friend.

vi. Have you any Question? 

vii. What are the chances of progression within this role/department?

viii. Show you are paying attention by asking for clarification if something isn't clear.

ix. Possible training opportunities?

x. Possible career progression?

HOW TO OVERCOME NERVOUSNESS IN INTERVIEW 

Nerves can be a real huddle for job seekers like you and me. If you are the sort of person that het worked up about interviewed, or if your mind goes blank when ask even the most rehearsed question or areas that you’ve already read, then these tips might help:

Think positive.

Replace negative thoughts with positive ones.

Think 'I could get the job' rather than 'I might get the job.

Rationalize your fears.

Think of it as a meeting rather than an interview. This is as much about you finding out if you are a fit for the organization as it is about the interviewer finding out about you.

Remember you wouldn't be called for interview if they didn't think you were capable of doing the job.

While waiting: Waiting to be called can be the most stressful time and if you are waiting too long you can get yourself worked into a nervous state.

Try not to read over the job description or your CV but instead think about something that makes you happy.

Take your time: If you don't immediately know the answer to a question, take a deep breath, have a drink of water, and collect your thoughts.

Release anxious energy: Anxious energy can manifest itself in many ways such as fidgeting or tapping your feet.

You can counteract this by pressing gently on the pressure point in the middle of your hand to relax the mind and ease anxiety.

Breathe: Controlling your breathing can have an automatic calming effect.

Rest your hand on your stomach and breathe in through your nose for a count of four. Breathe out through your nose for a count of five. Do this ten times and repeat if necessary.

After Interview 

Keep going with job search. 

Say thank you.

Evaluate.

Remember the difficult question.

Fellow up.

Interview Question.

INTERVIEW MISTAKES

Don't turn up late: Plan where you are going and how you will get there. It is better to be too early rather than too late so allow plenty of time for traffic and delays.

If you turn up late it will look unprofessional, and you will not be in the best frame of mind for the interview

Don't dress inappropriately: Some people aren't sure when they attend an interview what they should wear but our advice is dress to impress.

You can't go wrong with a business suit or shirt and trousers. Even if you feel the position would not expect business dress you should still make an effort.

Don't appear arrogant: It is very hard to get a balance between appearing confident and arrogant.

Listen carefully to the interviewer, don't interrupt them and don't assume that you know everything there is to know about the role or industry.

Don't criticize a current or previous employer: You may have left a previous employer because you didn't like the work or didn't get on with someone, but you should never say this in an interview. This will give the interviewer the impression that you are a hard person to get on with and this is not a good thing. 

If asked why you have left a previous role talk about your career goals and how they were not possible in that particular role.

Not asking any questions: It is likely that the interviewer will ask if you have any questions towards the end of the interview, so it is vital that you have some prepared. Asking questions shows that you are enthusiastic and seriously interested in the position.

Some good questions to ask are about possible training opportunities, possible career progression or the work culture of the organization

Being unprepared: Ensure that you have researched the organization and the role as it is likely the interviewer will ask what you know. If it looks like you can't be bothered to do some groundwork, then you won't come across well.

Use the internet, social networking sites and word of mouth to find out all you can about the organization an be a real hurdle for job seekers. If you're the sort of person that gets worked up about interviews, or if your mind goes blank when asked even the most rehearsed of questions, then these tips might help.

Nerves can be a real hurdle for job seekers. If you're the sort of person that gets worked up about interviews, or if your mind goes blank when asked even the most rehearsed of questions, then these tips might help.

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Tuesday, December 15, 2020

WPE Case Management Assistant at International Rescue Committee (IRC)

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is a global humanitarian aid, relief and development nongovernmental organization. Founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers emergency aid and long-term assistance to refugees and those displaced by war, persecution or natural disaster. The IRC is currently working in over 40 countries and 22 U.S. cities where it resettles refugees and helps them become self-sufficient. Composed of first responders, humanitarian relief workers, international development experts, health care providers, and educators, the IRC has assisted millions of people around the world since its founding in 1933.

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Saturday, October 17, 2020

Retention Support Volunteer at ActionAid (AA) Nigeria

Posted:17.10.2020    Deadline:21.10.2020


ActionAid (AA) Nigeria is an affiliate of ActionAid International, which is a global alliance of organisations working towards achieving a world without poverty and injustice in which every person enjoys the right to a life with dignity. As a large and visible development organisation, we work in more than 40 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and America. Our expertise lies in community-led approaches to development and working through partnerships with the poor and other grass root organisations.

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Posted:17.10.2020    Deadline:28.10.2020


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Posted:17.10.2020    Deadline:28.10.2020


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Posted:17.10.2020    Deadline:29.10.2020


Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is an international non-governmental organization supporting relief and development work in over 99 countries around the world. CRS programs assist persons on the basis of need, regardless of creed, ethnicity or nationality. CRS works through local church and nonchurch partners to implement its programs, therefore, strengthening and building the capacity of these partner organizations is fundamental to programs in every country in which CRS operates. CRS has worked in Nigeria for more than 25 years.

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Thursday, October 15, 2020

Community Mobilizer (Volunteer) at Delight Affection Foundation (DAF)

Posted:15.10.2020    Deadline:20.10.2020

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Posted:15.10.2020    Deadline: Not specified

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Field Volunteers at Green Concern for Development

Posted:15.10.2020    Deadline: Not specified

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Saturday, October 10, 2020

Social Cohesion Assistant at Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

Posted:10.10.2020    Deadline: Not specified

About CRS

Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. CRS works to save, protect, and transform lives in need in more than 100 countries, without regard to race, religion or nationality. CRS’ relief and development work is accomplished through programs of emergency response, HIV, health, agriculture, education, microfinance and peacebuilding.

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Program Assistant at Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

Posted:10.10.2020    Deadline: Not specified

About CRS

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is an international non-governmental organization supporting relief and development work in over 99 countries around the world. CRS programs assist persons on the basis of need, regardless of creed, ethnicity or nationality. CRS works through local church and nonchurch partners to implement its programs, therefore, strengthening and building the capacity of these partner organizations is fundamental to programs in every country in which CRS operates. CRS has worked in Nigeria for more than 25 years.

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Infrastructure Officer at Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

Posted:10.10.2020    Deadline: Not specified

About CRS

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. CRS works to save, protect, and transform lives in need in more than 100 countries, without regard to race, religion or nationality. CRS’ relief and development work is accomplished through programs of emergency response, HIV, health, agriculture, education, microfinance and peacebuilding.

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Infrastructure Assistant at Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

Posted:10.10.2020    Deadline: Not specified

About CRS

Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. CRS works to save, protect, and transform lives in need in more than 100 countries, without regard to race, religion or nationality. CRS’ relief and development work is accomplished through programs of emergency response, HIV, health, agriculture, education, microfinance and peacebuilding.

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Agriculture and Livelihoods Assistant at Catholic Relief Services (CRS)



Posted:10.10.2020    Deadline: Not specified

About CRS

Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. CRS works to save, protect, and transform lives in need in more than 100 countries, without regard to race, religion or nationality. CRS’ relief and development work is accomplished through programs of emergency response, HIV, health, agriculture, education, microfinance and peacebuilding.

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Friday, October 9, 2020

FSL Officer – Cash Based Transfer & Social Protection (CBT-SP) at Action Against Hunger

Posted:09.10.2020    Deadline:15.10.2020

Action Against Hunger is the world’s hunger specialist and leader in a global movement that aims to end life-threatening hunger for good within our lifetimes. For 40 years, the humanitarian and development organization has been on the front lines, treating and preventing hunger across nearly 50 countries. It served more than 21 million people in 2018 alone.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: FSL Officer – Cash Based Transfer & Social Protection (CBT-SP)

Location: Maiduguri, Borno

Job type: Full Time

Starting date: As Soon As Possible

Department: Programmes – FSL Mid Level

Direct Line Manager: FSL Sector Manager.


Tasks and Responsibilities

Objective 1 – Provide support for the successful implementation of the social protection component of the program at LGA level:

Facilitate community mobilization towards social protection activities.

Work with traditional committees to ensure the identification and selection of the most vulnerable beneficiaries for cash or food voucher support.

Ensure IDPs and host communities provide information to ensure accountability, fairness, and transparency during cash or voucher disbursement activities.

Work closely with community structures to follow up on the implementation of planned activities with support from the FSL sectors.

Support in the implementation of capacity building training including Field Training Workshops for the target beneficiaries at the LGA level.

Directly implement in the field the activities defined in the program in close collaboration with the FSL CBT-SP Assistant and Community stakeholders.

Contribute to developing and implementing a detailed work plan for the FSL team at LGA level activities in collaboration with FSL Assistant.

Contribute to organizational and sector-wide learning through documentation of lessons learned, best practices, evaluations, etc. on the social protection component of the program.

Contribute to FSL internal and external social protection reports including case studies and success stories etc

Objective 2 – Collate information and data on social protection activities at the LGA level through surveys, assessments, regular post distribution monitoring, and field supervision visits of beneficiary households:

Supervise and collect information to ensure that the surveillance of the social protection situation in the area of implementation of the program is achieving the expected result when required.

Supervise and collect the required information in the field to facilitate the capacity building and training program, with the support of the FSL CBT-SP Assistants.

Support the M&E team in the analysis of beneficiary data collection through the various tools that the department uses.

Coordinate closely with the FSL CBT-SP DPM to ensure that cross-LGA programs are being implemented in synergy.

Coordinate closely with the FSL (Agro recovery and economics strengthening), Nutrition, WASH teams in different LGAs on cross-learning to revise and improve approaches.

Participate in and inform longer-term discussions with the program team (FSL, WASH, and nutrition) regarding program implementation strategy.

Support M&E team in activities monitoring (beneficiary targeting, identification, registration, and training; market and livelihood assessments; baseline and end-line surveys, post distribution monitoring, price monitoring, field monitoring visits, focused group discussions (FGD), etc)

Contribute to the development of tools to monitor and improve the quality of FSL social protection programming.

Support the preparation of documentation required for the implementation of field activities.

Ensure harmonization of program operating plans and protocols across the program as well as the mission, with the help of technical support from FSL DPM, review tools and approaches, and ensure that technical standards, guidelines, and methodologies are communicated and understood

Objective 3 – Mobilization and awareness-raising about the organization, social protection objectives, and activities to local authorities and the population, and act as a link between the Organization and the beneficiaries (at LGA level):

Contribute to the development of project community mobilization strategies for targeting and registration of beneficiaries for the social protection activities.

Implement sensitization activities for targeted communities about social protection activities and strengthening livelihood restoration activities with support from relevant State, LGA, and community stakeholders, in feasible livelihood restoration activities at the LGA level.

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Support in the verification of the beneficiaries to ensure the identification and selection of the most vulnerable population is verified based on project proposal and organization policies before social protection intervention is made.

Support the FSL sector manager effective facilitation  of care group model session and

Support the FSL sector manager in ensuring that targeting of beneficiaries to receive cash-based social protection interventions is carried out in a transparent way that guarantees protection and gender sensitivity in the field way and with the active participation of women, men, and minority members of communities.

Facilitate the good working relationships between the state, LGA, community-level stakeholders, and target beneficiaries

Objective 4 – Participate in regular internal and external coordination for the program at LGA and state levels when required:

Collaborate with all other ACTION AGAINST HUNGER departments and sectors to ensure the project activities are integrated into line with Logistics, Finance, HR and security procedures, and SoPs

Collaboration with other partners including relevant state government ministries, INGOs, NGOs, CBOs, and the UN working in assigned LGA

Work in collaboration with the communities and local leaders at all stages of project implementation

Ensure that the project (implementation of social protection activities) is well represented in regular LGA level meetings and forums

Ensure proper records are kept of all expenditure and usage of materials, and cash advances received from finance are  properly retired after each activity

Ensure that documentation is properly done for all cash distributed (donation certificates, delivery notes, beneficiary lists, and  supply request order)

Preparation of weekly movement plan for assigned LGA according to the team plan.

Objective 5 – Reporting and Performance Management:

Coordinate with FSL CBT-SP assistants to compile and submit monthly activity reports

To provide reports according to the request of the FSL CBT-SP deputy program manager (Bi-weekly updates, success stories, case studies, etc.)

Participate in writing situation reports with information on food security, security information at the community as needed and / or requested

Including, but not limited to: Compiles weekly and monthly reports and ensuring timely submission of such written reports to the FSL CBT-SP DPM for consolidation and sharing with the Multi-sectoral Project Manager.

Communicate Action Against Hunger performance standards and expectations to team members which includes; 10 minutes monthly conversation, 3 months / end of probation performance appraisal, and annual / end of contract appraisal.

Establish performance objectives, provide feedback, identify strengths and areas for professional improvement.

Contribute to the professional development and improvement of team members by providing support

Position Requirements

Qualification:

B.Sc / HND in Agric Economics, Business Management, Sociology and any relevant field.

Skills and Experience:

Essential:

Minimum of two years’ experience in humanitarian contexts, with at least 1 year in conflict / insecure contexts.

Previous experience with food security and livelihoods programming.

Excellent Microsoft Office Skills (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word).

Willing and able to be based and travel regularly within remote areas, where services are limited.

Strong computer literacy, organizational and planning skills, report writing, and budget oversight.

Commitment to upholding Action Against Hunger’s values, excellent interpersonal, and communication skills.

Ability to be adaptable and flexible.

Fluency in English, Hausa, and other local languages (Fulani and Kanuri)

Commitment to ACTION AGAINST HUNGER mission, values, and policy

Preferred:

Previous experience managing FSL interventions (i.e. cash based transfer, IGA, agriculture / livelihoods).

Previous experience with ACTION AGAINST HUNGER.

Experience implementing programming on behalf of the donor (i.e. USAID, ECHO, DFID, SIDA) funded activities

Minimum Basic Salary

N236,585 NGN per month

Application Closing Date

Thursday, 15th October, 2020.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:

Click here to apply online

Note: Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Enumerators at Catholic Relief Services (CRS) - Borno and Adamawa

Posted:09.10.2020    Deadline:23.10.2020

Background:

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is an international non-governmental organization supporting relief and development work in more than 100 countries around the world. CRS programs assist persons on the basis of need, regardless of creed, ethnicity or nationality. Catholic Relief Services began

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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

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Thursday, October 1, 2020

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Posted: 01.10.2020 Deadline: Not specified.

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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

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Posted 29.09.2020    Deadline: 11.10.2020

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Monday, September 28, 2020

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Posted: 28.09.2020    Deadline:07.10.2020

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Friday, September 25, 2020

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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

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Posted:13.09.2020    Deadline:30.09.2020

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