Remember who you interviewed with so that you can follow up with them. Take notes of what went well and what went wrong. If there are any questions that come to mind write them down so that if you speak again you can address them.
Send a thank you to each interviewer within 24 hours. Express interest in the position and exactly how you could perform in that position. If you are working with a recruiter call them directly after the interview. They need to know if you are interested in the position so that they can provide positive feedback to the company. Finally, if you are not working with a recruiter and have not heard back from the company place a follow-up call a few days after they would receive your thank you.
When they call, answer quickly. Be flexible and available if they want you to return for further interviews. If you want the job, and they leave you a voicemail, don’t delay return the call quickly.
Have an idea of when you can start. Have in mind your salary expectations. If you are open regarding salary, listen to their first offer. If they are outside of your range, remain calm and honestly state the range you are looking for. Bear in mind that if you really want the job you should compromise as you are not the only candidate for the job.
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