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Joe McDermott | Interview Advice

Civil Service Success Profiles Behaviours

Government recruitment in the UK has changed!

You may have heard that the approach to recruitment within the Civil Service has changed.

The Competency Framework has been replaced by a new recruitment model called “Civil Service Success Profiles” and this will form the basis for all recruitment in 2021 and beyond.


Joe McDermott | Interview Advice

How to overcome interview nerves

So you’ve got the call or email telling you to come for interview for the job you’ve always wanted and…you panic!

You break into a sweat, your heart races, you ask yourself, what will they ask, how should I answer, what will I wear.

Our first piece of advice is to stay calm.


Joe McDermott | Graduates, Interview Advice

graduate job interview questions

In these modern times graduates face very tough competition for jobs, especially in popular areas such as media and technology. As a young graduate you may the impression that you will leave your education and breeze through your interviews into a well-paid and high-ranked role. (more…)

Where do you see yourself in 5 years timeOne of the most commonly asked questions at a job interview is where you see yourself at some point in the future for example, “Where do you see yourself in 5 years’ time?” or “Where do you want to be in 5 years’ time?

If you don’t have all your life mapped out, the question can cause confusion and moreover, seem annoying. Do you really know what you will be doing or do you really know what you would want to be doing in five years? (more…)

Tips For A Good Webcam Job InterviewWith the increasing levels of global mobility in today’s business world, video interviews are on the rise. Global workforce consulting company Right Management recently found that 18% of candidates have taken part in a video interview in the last twelve months. That’s double the number in the previous year. (more…)