Great news, you got the interview. You've sent your CV, met the requirements, and now you're a step closer of reaching your goal; getting that job!
So would be a good time to invest in some interview preparation. Let's face it; most job interviews are nerve-wracking. Whether your meeting is face to face or via Skype, preparation always pays off. Feeling uncomfortable in an interview scenario is natural, but by downloading our guidance document and preparing ahead of time will help you stand out from the crowd.
One in two candidates interviewed via Contract Scotland goes on to receive the job offer. If you’re working with us, you can be confident that you’re off to a good start. You'll be ahead of the competition and a step closer to achieving your career goals. Together our staff collated their top interview advice into a free handy guide. Whether it's construction, civil engineering or an administration related interview, our advice can help.
It's not all about memorising the job spec or researching the company's website and social media. So if you want to make a good lasting impression with your interviewer, fill in the form below and we'll email you a copy today.
Does the interviewer want to hear about your salary expectations? Have you left an interview victorious and now reached the salary negotiation stage? Are you feeling lost? Don't forget, our Salary Review Guide can help you in the long term. It details average salaries and insights from across the construction industry.
Not started your construction job hunt yet and want to start applying for jobs? Got a dream construction project you want to work on? Are you looking for a construction site closer to home? Want to see the latest civil engineering jobs on the marketing? Feel free to have a look through our active posts. You can also upload your CV here
Savanna Mitchell & Jamie Porter look back and review the last year within the Engineering Consultancy section.
We are delighted to announce that, after what has been the most challenging period in Contract Scotland’s 30 year history, we have now been able to bring all our staff back from furlough as we continue on our journey back to full capacity.