Part of our range of guidance and support for fundraisers who are currently unemployed or in need of redundancy support.
Hiring managers use telephone interviews, for example, when candidates will have to travel a long way; when there are large numbers of candidates; when personality is more important than experience or qualification or when a large part of the job will involve talking to people on the telephone.
They can be a quick and much cheaper way to check details on a CV and see if you have relevant experience for a role before the employer invites you for a formal face-to-face interview.
The employer will want to answer the following questions:
Prepare for a telephone interview as you would any interview but remember: the hiring manager cannot see you, so your enthusiasm and confidence must come across in your voice.
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