First Interview

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  1. well the time has come, 12:30 tomorrow at chatham i have my first interview to become a EIS) officer, dont think i have ever been this nerves in my life
     
  2. Good luck.
     
  3. Let us know how you got on - and best of luck
     
  4. thanks guys, i guess in about 14 hours i will know, will let you guys know where i stand tomorrow,
     
  5. It's nothing to worry about, let us know how it goes and best of luck.

    What's your degree in by the way?
     
  6. Best of luck matey , I'll be in the pub getting ratarsed , week of nights nearly done , 7 hours to crack ,
     
  7. Well...

    How did it go?
     
  8. Exactly where are you standing then? Kitchen, bathroom, lounge? :)
     
  9. well i have to resit a couple of GCSE's in jan and i have a second interview set up for the end of jan with the goal of aranging my AIB, ive been told i need to do something to show my leadership skills,

    i got a degree in computer networking.
     
  10. FlagWagger

    FlagWagger Book Reviewer

    Couple of observations...

    1. Degree in networking <> leadership skills.

    2. If you want to use your degree core subject I guess you'll be looking at an Engineering specialisation; as a professional engineer can I respectfully suggest that you improve your standard of written English!

    I realise that the above don't appear constructive criticism, so....

    At an AIB type scenario the interview will be looking for you to be able to effectively plan and complete a team task (crossing a bottomless pit of shark-infested custard using only a packet of Smarties type task) and take part in a table-top discussion exercise. You'll need to be able to reach appropriate decisions quickly and put your point across assertively (as opposed to aggressively!) and convince others of the merits of your approach. In the practical tasks, again you'll need to be decisive and assertive and be able to propose an efficient approach and communicate this to your team in such a manner as that they can carry out the task.

    How can you practice this? Are you involved in any uniformed organisation, e.g. Scouts, Cadets, RNR?

    Good luck

    EurIng FlagWagger CEng MIET MSaRS
     
  11. Hiya,

    I’ve been working on my written English, I have severe dyslexia so written and spelling is my biggest hold up but I am working hard to improve both,

    I’ve applied to join as a E(IS) officer,

    I was a sea cadet from 1995 till 2002 and a Adult volunteer for about a year and half after that, I had to leave due to my courses at univirsty not ending until 10pm,

    Anyways I really appreciate all the help and support I have been getting from people on this site

    Territt
     

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