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entretien

12 mars 2010

Comment réussir son entretien d’embauche en anglais


Généralement après avoir réussir son CV et sa lettre de motivation vous êtes amener à passer un entretien soit de stage soit pour un emploi.

En effet cette partie vous sera consacrée pour vous faire découvrir les différents points qu’il faut maîtriser pour pouvoir convaincre son interlocuteur et finalement réussir son entretien.

D’abord un entretien se constitue de 3 étapes principales : « l’ouverture », « le corps d’entretien » et « la clôture »

L’aspect général d’un entretien chez les anglo6saxons se passe en convivialité au contraire de l’entretien français.

Cependant nous allons distinguer 5 étapes principales ^pour le déroulement de votre entretien

  1. 1. Les préliminaires:  You are applying for the job of… Talk to me about yourself.

  1. 2. Votre parcours: Summarise your experience briefly for me, please.

  1. 3. Le poste : How do you image the tasks you will be expected to perform?

  1. 4. Votre adéquation au poste : What is your best quality? What salary do you except?

  1. 5. Vos interrogations : What is the organization’s plan for the next five years?

Voilà un modèle qui illustre la situation d’un entretien anglais, on peut voir qu’il s’agit d’une simple conversation entre un recruteur et un demandant d’emploi et c’est ce qui rend l’aspect des entretiens en anglais très facile à aborder si on maîtrise bien ce qu’on ai, ce qu’on veut, nos objectifs future et notre connaissance du champs d’action de l’entreprise et de son environnement :

Réussissez votre entrée (étape 1)

The interviewer

Good morning/Good afternoon, please take a seat.

The candidate

Good morning sir/madam, I’m very pleased to meet you.

The interviewer

Likewise.

Did you find our offices easily?

The candidate

Yes, thank you. It was easy. I always use the Internet when I go someplace new.

The interviewer

Have you heard of our company or would you like me explain what we do?

The candidate

I’ve heard of your name, you sell …/I know of your industry, you make … but I’d be delighted to know more about it.

Démontrez vos compétences et parlez de vos points forts et de vos expériences (étapes 2, 3 et 4)

The interviewer

Let’s get to the point of our meeting. Why does our job offer interest you?

he candidate

My first impressions are that this position involves tasks that I am perfectly capable of undertaking. In addition, I like the fact that I’ll be communicating in English on a daily basis.

The interviewer

Have you already undertaken bilingual tasks?

The candidate

Yes, I use English in around 50% of my current tasks.

Yes, I used English in my previous positions.

No, but I hold the … certificate and my English is almost fluent and I’m sure I can manage the tasks listed in your offer.

The interviewer

Can you tell me about your responsabilities in your previous positions?

The candidate

My previous positions have enabled me to*:

manage any situation involving company-client relationships;

organise and supervise all the usual administrative tasks;

manage agendas, meetings and trips abroad for the personnel and the managers;

participate in the organisation of international events;

organise multinational meetings and to write the minutes.

The interviewer

How do you think you would fit in to our company?

The candidate

You will be PA to the Managing Director and all the tasks will involve external communication, both written and spoken:

I will be an English speaking intermediary between your foreign counterparts and hope to help you organise your workload.
You will be receptionist at the desk of the company, on a booth at a professional exhibition or you will join the marketing team:

I will be an ambassador for the company and I will know how to meet the needs of my counterparts.

The interviewer

Why do you wish to change jobs?

The candidate

Your company offers me the possibility to use abilities that I’m not currently using.

The interviewer

One of your tasks will involve you accompanying me on my travels. What do you think about this?

The candidate

This was mentioned in your advert and it is one of the reasons why I applied for this job.

The interviewer

On average I’m away two days a week and I would need you to accompany me for around four days a month.

The candidate

I don’t think that would be a problem.

Finalement remercier votre recruteur avec des formules qui conviennent (étape 5)

The interviewer

Our interview is now over. Thank you for coming. We will contact you in the next few days.

he candidate

Thank you for meeting with me. I look forward to hearing from you. I would enjoy working for a company like yours.

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