Academic Job Interviews – by Caroline Edwards - Dr Nadine Muller. Dr Caroline Edwards is Lecturer in English at Birkbeck.
She is author of the forthcoming monograph Fictions of the Not Yet: Time in the Twenty-First-Century British Novel (2015) and co-editor of China Miéville: Critical Essays (Gylphi, 2013), Maggie Gee: Critical Essays (Gylphi, 2013) and Adam Roberts: Critical Essays (Gylphi, 2014). Caroline has published articles, interviews and reviews in a number of journals, including Modern Fiction Studies, Contemporary Literature, Textual Practice, Telos, Radical Philosophy, Subjectivity, Historical Materialism, Left Lion Magazine and the New Statesman. Caroline is Founding and Commissioning Editor of the open-access journal of twenty-first-century literary criticism Alluvium. You can find her website here, and you can follow her on Twitter via @the_blochian. Read up on the department’s research strengths and strategic aims.
3 Job Interview Questions Every Recruiter Should Ask - Recruiting Daily : Recruiting Daily. If you want interviewing advice, there’s literally millions of options out there, and more or less, most of them say exactly the same thing (see stock art for specious stock advice).
“Research the company, prepare questions to ask, show up 10 minutes early, make eye contact,” the sort of thing that seems pretty obvious to any candidate who makes it through even a perfunctory screening process. The thing that none of these posts tell you, however, is the fact that if you prepare for and approach an interview by more or less doing the same stuff as everyone else, you’re not doing yourself any favors. The thing is, the interview process is designed more or less as a confirmation of confirmation bias; the interviewer decided your likelihood of getting the gig, most of the time, the moment they saw your resume or profile. Smart Answers to Stupid Interview Questions. Interview Advice & Tips.