Job interview vocabulary pdf

Job interview vocabulary pdf


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Introduce yourself

first name
a diploma / a qualification
a Master
a PhD
Bachelor’s degree
basic notions
date et lieu de naissance
fluency level
fluent
high school diploma
intermediary
languages spoken
last name
leisure
married
Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
nationality
native
personal interests
professional experience
proficient
separated
single

USEFUL VOCABULARY

achievement
(job) applicant
a (job) interview
a bonus
a company
a contract
a customer
a job
a middle manager
a resume
a secretary
a student
a trial period
ambition
an ad
an office
background
boss
business
busy environment
certificate
cover letter
day off
deadline
dismissed
employee
employer
employment
end of the contract
fired (informal)
full time
full-time job
hands-on experience
hired
hobbies
holiday pay
holiday/ rest day
holidays
internship / work placement
job requirement
motivated
notice
opportunity
organised
overtime hours
part time
pay rise
pay slip
personal qualities
positive
preference
previous job
professional experience
prospective employer
qualification
recruiter
salary
salary after deductions and social charges
salary before deductions and social charges
seasonal employment
sector
skill
strenghts
teamwork
temporary job
under pressure
unemployed person
unemployment
weakness
work
work ethic

TALK ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE

accomplished
adapted
administered
advised
allocated
analyzed
applied
arranged
assisted
built
carried out
catalogued
classified
collaborated
completed
conceived
conducted
constructed
consulted
controlled
cooperated
coordinated
counseled
created
decided
decreased
delegated
derived
designated
developed
devised
directed
discovered
distributed
documented
encouraged
engineered
enlarged
established
estimated
evaluated
examined
explored
facilitated
finalized
formulated
founded
governed
guided
handled
identified
implemented
improved
increased
initiated
inspected
installed
interpreted
introduced
invented
investigated
led
located
made
maintained
managed
merged
moderated
motivated
negotiated
obtained
operated
organized
overcame
performed
planned
prepared
presented
presided
processed
programmed
promoted
purchased
raised
recommended
recorded
recruited
redesigned
repaired
replaced
restored
reviewed
revised
screened
selected
serviced
set up
solved
sorted
specified
started
stimulated
strengthened
summarized
supervised
supported
tested
trained
transcribed
transformed
upgraded
validated
verified

Skills

accurate
active
adaptable
adept
broad-minded, open minded
competent
conscientious
creative
dependable
determined
diplomatic
discreet
efficient
energetic
engaged
enterprising
enthusiastic
experienced
expert
fair
firm
genuine
honest
initiative
innovative
logical
loyal
mature
methodical
motivated
multi-skilled / multitasking
objective
organizational skills
outgoing
personable
pleasant
positive
practical
productive
punctual
reliable
resourceful
responsibility
self-disciplined
sense of humor
sensitive
sincere
successful
tactful
team player
trustworthy

USEFUL VERBS

to apply for a job
to be contracted/employed
to be experienced
to be fired
to be hired
to be interested in
to be keen to …
to be made redundant
to be unemployed
to call back
to carry out
to collaborate
to develop
to direct/ to lead
to do extra hours
to earn money
to facilitate
to fire/fired
to get up
to graduate from …
to handle pressure / stress
to have experience
to hire
to implement
to intend to
to introduce
to leave
to look forward to
to major in
to motivate
to obtain
to perform
to recruit
to resign
to respond
to start
to supervise
to wear
to work
to work full time
to work part time

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