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What type of person does this job?

blxm

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Hi guys. Im new to this industry and forum. Ive spent most of my life in customer service and IT roles but recently made redundant.
The good news is I have a 1st stage interview as a cvit driver next week. I have no experience in this field and am slightly wondering how i even got an interview. Im assuming a computer read my application form.


At this stage, what are they looking for in terms of personality and presentation? What are the skills the interviewer will be looking out for?


Thanks.
 

premier

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blxm,

Best advice I can offer is, turn up tell the truth take
your sia license, your disclosure print out and your drivers license with you

remember to be 100% honest at interview stage.

best of luck

premier
 

colonel45155

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Be honest at the interview, everyone was born and dies - experience counts for a lot but lies will come back and bite you in the arse, just say what you know, after all the person who is gonna cure cancer hasnt been born yet, people younger than me get good jobs. That's how I live my life - kubaton in back pocket though, best of luck.
 

TheOldBoy

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Hi guys. Im new to this industry and forum. Ive spent most of my life in customer service and IT roles but recently made redundant.
The good news is I have a 1st stage interview as a cvit driver next week. I have no experience in this field and am slightly wondering how i even got an interview. Im assuming a computer read my application form.


At this stage, what are they looking for in terms of personality and presentation? What are the skills the interviewer will be looking out for?


Thanks.
Thanks for the question as I am looking at this same and got me thinking... I assume you're talking of a Wells Fargo truck or something like that?

In such case, I have experience studying the drivers themselves is all. How much $ do they make is a helpful question, or going cheap is not much incentive to risk one's life. They typically look scared from my view, and I don't even study it so much. But you can all ways tell by the eyes of course.

So in a hypothetical interview I would keep in mind the crux of said job is to take care of business for the employer, so a depth of reason, a gleam, a spark of intelligence, and minus the SON OF A WHORE "look" will set you apart from the rest.
 
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