How to improve your interview technique

By adamrowden, 20 Jul '12 at 09:36

Are you looking for a winter season job in The Alps? Well you are in luck my friend as Natives is the UK's number one seasonal worker website.

If you are looking for work work in a ski resort, then you can head over to our jobs section and search for winter jobs.

Hopefully you've followed our advice on putting together a winning CV and menu plan, and have been offered an interview.

For help pulling off an award-winning interview performance, have a read through our interview techniques page.

The two key things to remember are: Be on time and Prepare some answers to likely questions.

For any other questions that you may have, you should head on over to the Natives Forum. Our forum is full of helpful individuals who are always happy to share their vast wealth of knowledge.

If you're new to the world of season work, how about taking our Chalet Cookery Course? It's a week-long residential course that covers the basics of cooking for large numbers and sets you up for the season.

If you'd like the opportunity to meet and talk to lots of recruiters, come along to one of our regular Jobs Fairs. For more info on when and where the next one will be taking place keep an eye on our Facebook page, or sign up to receive our newsletter here

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