The job interview

Write the dialogue for a typical job interview.


léonie miyuki

léonie miyuki (25)

léonie miyuki
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French
I learn:
English
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The jury: Enter and sit down please.
The candidate: Hello and thank you.
The jury: As we see in your file, you are applying for the post of professor of history ?
The candidate: Yes.
The jury: Do you have the experience required for the job ?
The candidate: Yes, because after I had my teaching degree, I was a high school teacher province for five years.
The jury: What did you like in your previous position ?
The candidate: I always liked the contact with young people and my former position has allowed me to participate in improving the education of young people of the provinces that is often overlooked.
The jury: And why had you left that position ?
The candidate: I left because I want to continue my studies and be ready for my family.
The jury: Do you think this position is right for you in our establishment ?
The candidate: Of course ! Otherwise I would not be here. The school is close to my home and the university where I was accepted. And again, as I have a very good reputation as a teacher and as a person, I would like to help maintain the level of this establishment, renowned throughout the country.
The jury: Thank you Mr. ........., we will contact you soon.
The candidate: It is I who thank you for the interest you have given to my application. Spend a very good day.

léonie miyuki

léonie miyuki (25)

léonie miyuki
I speak:
French
I learn:
English
Busuu berries :
15175

Thanks Simoziko, your help is very precious as usual !!

janmonslc

janmonslc (65)

janmonslc
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English
I learn:
Spanish, French
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The jury: Enter and sit down please. The candidate: Hello and thank you. The jury: As we see in your file, you are applying for the post of professor of history ? The candidate: Yes. The jury: Do you have the experience required for the job ? The candidate: Yes, because after I received  my teaching degree, I was a public high school teacher for five years. The jury: What did you like in your previous position ? The candidate: I always liked the contact with young people and my former position has allowed me to participate in improving the education of young people of the provinces that is often overlooked. The jury: And why did you leave that position ? The candidate: I left because I wanted to continue my studies and be ready for my family. The jury: Do you think this position is right for you in our establishment ? The candidate: Of course ! Otherwise I would not be here. The school is close to my home and the university where I was accepted. And again, because  I have a very good reputation as a teacher and as a person, I would like to help maintain the level of this establishment, renowned throughout the country. The jury: Thank you Mr. ........., we will contact you soon. The candidate: It is I who thank you for the interest you have given to my application.  Have a very good day.   Your exercises are always good, but this was especially outstanding!  One note:  at least in the USA, we do not refer to the interview panel as a jury.  Juries are the people in court who decide a defendant's guilt or innocence.  We would say "interviewers" (you would be the interviewee) or "interview panel."  There are probably other terms also, but I have not ever heard them refered to as juries.

léonie miyuki

léonie miyuki (25)

léonie miyuki
I speak:
French
I learn:
English
Busuu berries :
15175

Thanks Jane for these precisions. In my country, we use the word 'jury'  for a group of persons who are charged to decide about someone's fate. It can be in a court as well as in a competition, but also for a job. As I don't know the american shade, I am very glad of yours explanations.