Caroline: Nice to meet you, Cindy. I’mCaroline, HRD of the company. Please have a seat.
Cindy: Nice to meet you, Ms. Caroline.
Caroline: From reviewing your resume, I can see that you performedexcellently in school.What I want to know is why you think you’re right for this job.
Cindy: I am always interested in news coming from your industry, andI’m deeply impressedby your company’s sales performance. To have risen 200-percent in the domesticmarket overjust the past three years is an incredible feat. I also admire andagree with the employeedevelopmental values that the company has adopted. I findthat my personal goals and ideasabout business operations fit perfectly withthe companys goals and mission statement.
Caroline: So you are well aware of our company. It appears that youhave done your fairshare of research.
Cindy: Yes, in addition to judging whether I am the right fit forC&C, I believe that its also crucial for me to know if this company isright for me. Ive been impressed by the service provided here by everyone fromthe receptionist to the assistant. I am confident that I will have a very rewardingand successful career here.
Caroline: Commitment to the company and the team is very importantto us here.
Cindy: I am very responsible. Whenever I have been assigned tocomplete a certain task, myteacher and classmates could always count on me toachieve the stated task. There is also noneed to remind me of what I should do.I enjoy intermingling and doing things with others.
Caroline: So what are your career objectives? And how do youperceive your own development if you were to assume this position?
Cindy: I expect to have a good opportunity to put all of my knowledgeinto practice. I am adoer and I can contribute a great deal to the company. Ihope that within five years, I could lead an energetic and productive marketingteam.
Caroline: As a fresh graduate, what do you think is the mostessential factor to establishing and maintaining a good relationship with yourfuture boss?
Cindy: All the supervisors have rich experience. So first of all Iwill obey the demands of the supervisors. Secondly, I will ask their advice andmaintain an open mind. Thirdly, when there are questions, I will communicatein-depth with my supervisors to achieve a functional and proper solution.
Caroline: Good, then do you have any question about our company?
Cindy: Could you tell me something about your training program?
Caroline: In brief, we offer both in-house and off-site training toour AP or U.S. headquarters.We have a few daylong training sessions for topicslike business writing skills and software training.These sessions are availableto everyone who applies. We also have a variety of other programsbased on eachwork function. Our program is essentially a job-rotation program, and webelieve itis more effective than traditional on-the-job training.
Cindy: It sounds attractive!
Caroline: Lastly, what’s your mainconsideration in your current job hunt?
Cindy: Potential growth opportunity. If a potential job does offerme an opportunity to growand mature, I will find it very easy to devote mycareer to executing my responsibilities at thehighest level. I believe thatyour company will be a perfect place for me to grow and develop!
Caroline: I also hope to have the chance to get to know you betterin the future.
Cindy: Thank you for your time. I am looking forward to the nextinterview.
A: Tell me a little bit about yourself.请介绍一下你自己。
B: My name is David and I live in Shanghai, I was born in1980. My major was electrical engineering.我叫David, 住在上海，出身于1980年。我的专业是电子工程。
A: What kind of personality do you think you have?你认为你有怎样的性格？
B: Well, I approach things very enthusiastically, I think,and I don't like to leave things half-done.I'm very organized and extremelycapable.嗯，我做事非常热心，我不喜欢把事情做一半。我非常有组织能力，也很能干。
A: What would you say are your weaknesses and strengths?你的弱点和优点是什么？
B: Well, I'm afraid I'm a poor speaker, however I'm fullyaware of this, so I've been studying how to speak in public. I suppose mystrengths are I'm persistent and a fast-learner.嗯，我不太擅长说话，我已经意识到这点，因此正在学习如何在公众场所说话。我想我的优点是很执着，而且学东西很快。
A: Do you have any licenses or certificates?你有执照或资格证书吗？
B: I have a driver's license, and I am a CPA (CertifiedPublic Accountant).我有驾驶执照，我是注册会计师。
A: How do you relate to others?你和别人相处如何？
B: I'm very co-operative and have good teamwork spirit.我能与人合作，富有团队精神。情景会话 2
A: I see by your resume that you have been working? 从你的简历可以看出你一直在工作。
B: Yes, I have worked for two years with an American Company.是的，我在一家美国公司工作过2年。
A: Tell me what you know about our company please. 请告诉我对于本公司你知道些什么？
B: Well, the company was founded in New York in 1950 by MarkWard, who was the first president. It has 1 billion dollars in capital; itemploys 5,000 people, and it is the largest company in its field in the States.好的，1950年Mark Ward，公司首任董事长在纽约创立公司。资本额为10亿美金，有5,000雇员, 是美国同行业中最大的企业。
A: What do you know about our major products and our share ofthe market? 关于本公司的产品和市场份额你知道些什么？
B: Your company's products are mostly marketed in Europe andthe United States, but particularly has sold very well here in China. So Ithink in the future you'll find China to be a profitable market as well. 贵公司的产品主要在欧洲、美国市场销售，但是在中国市场的销路非常好，所以我想你会发现中国也是一个容易赚钱的市场。
A: What made you decide to change your job? 你为什么决定换工作？
B: I would like to get a job in which I can further developmy career. 我想找一个工作进一步发展自己的事业。
A: May I ask you why you left the former company？ 可以问一下你为什么离开以前的公司？
B: Because I want to change my working environment and seeknew challenges. 因为我想换一下工作环境，迎接新的挑战。情景会话 3
A: What is your working experience? 你的工作经历是怎样的？
B: I have worked for IBM for 3 years. 我在IBM工作过3年。
A: How will your experiences benefit this company? 你的经历对公司有什么好处？
B: I know the marketing from top to bottom and. I can developa new market for you. That will increase your profit margin and keep theshareholders satisfied.我是对市场营销非常熟悉。我能为贵公司开发新的市场，这会增加贵公司的利润, 让股东们感到满意。
A: Are you aware of the aspects of this position and do youfeel you are qualified? 你对这个职位了解吗，你认为自己合格吗？
B: Yes, I understand my qualification and your needs byresearching your company. 是的，通过对你们公司的研究，我理解你们的要求，并认为我对这能胜任这个岗位。
A: If you enter this company, what section would you like towork in? 如果能进公司，你想在哪个部门工作？
B: If possible. I'd like to be positioned in InternationalTrade Department. 可能的话，我想在国际部工作。
A: What starting salary do you expect? 你想要多少起薪？
B: I'd like to start at ￥5000 a month. 我想要每月5000元。情景会话 4
A: How long does it take to get here from your home? 从你家到公司要花多少时间。
B: It takes about 40 minutes. 大约40分钟。
A: Do you have any particular conditions that you would likethe company to take into consideration? 你有需要公司特别考虑的事情吗？
B: Yes, do you have allowance for transportation as well ahousing packages, medical insurance, unemployment insurance and annuity. 是的，你们有交通补贴、公积金、医疗保险、失业保险及养老金吗？What are your performance incentives and the bonus structure? 你们的奖励、奖金系统是怎样的？
A: How can we get in touch with you? 怎样有跟你联系？
B: You can reach me at 62547833. 你可以打电话给我，号码是62547833。
A: How can I contact you when we reach our decision? 我们决定后如何跟你联系？
B: You can call me at this number between 4 and 6 in theafternoon. 你可以在下午4点到6点之间用这个号码打电话给我。
A: Do you have any questions you would like to ask me? 还有问题要问吗？
B: What are the company's working hours? 公司的上下班时间是怎样的？
Would I have to work overtime very often? 是否要经常加班？
Would there be any opportunities to work abroad in thefuture? 将来有机会到国外工作吗？