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Whatever you’re looking for within the audiovisual industry, we’ll have something for you. Our clients come from a variety of backgrounds, and we’ve helped to recruit people just like you into a wide range of roles. Some of our past successes were in positions such as:
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As the saying goes, “fail to prepare, prepare to fail”. You should go into an interview knowing as much as you can about the company. What do they do? Where are they based? Who are their competitors, and major clients? The best way to show an interviewer that you’re enthusiastic about the role is to sound like you already work at their company.
It’s also likely that you’ll be asked what you know, and it’s important not to act like you’re reading from a script. Find a balance where you feel confident and sound knowledgeable.
2. Questions and Answers
You’re going to be asked lots of questions. Think of some short answers to these examples: Why do you want the job? What are your strengths and weaknesses? What could you bring to the role?
Interviews aren’t a one-way street: think of some questions of your own to ask the interviewer. This will help you seem engaged. And the more thoughtful your question, the more of an impression it’s going to leave. Aim to be as memorable as possible!
3. First Impressions Count
Your appearance is the first thing that the interviewer will take in, so it’s always good to dress to impress. Even if the role won’t require it on a day-to-day basis, dressing smart for your interview can not only boost your confidence, but gives off the impression that you’ve put in effort. And that in turn shows that you care about the role.
4. Be Prepared
Along with the essentials, you might want to bring ID, any relevant certificates, and a copy of things like the job advert and your CV along with you. It’s also incredibly important to be on time, above all else. An interviewer who’s been left to watch the clock while waiting for you isn’t going to believe that you’re right for the role. When you prepare yourself early, you’ll be more relaxed, too.
When it comes to searching for a job in the audiovisual industry, you should always aim to prove that you have the experience and know-how to thrive in a technical role. In your CV, you should mention any hardware and software that you’re experienced in, and give examples of tasks you’ve managed in relation to this tech.
If you’re looking for a change of career and that’s how you’ve stumbled upon the audiovisual industry, we can’t stress enough how useful it is to have that extra bit of experience. Anything from weekend work for a live event company to years of hands-on experience can help us find you the right role. And it’s never too late for a fresh start.