应届生银行面试英文自我介绍十二问

来源: 佚名 2014-10-10

  应届生银行面试英文自我介绍十二问

  【导语】面对岗位竞争激烈的今天,要求应届生求职者的面试水平要更好一个层次,英文版的银行面试自我介绍比中文版要高难度,这也是求职者挑战自我的更高表现。如何做银行面试英文自我介绍呢?请看以下自我介绍范文。

  1. 请介紹你自己

  Tell me about yourself.

  Since this is often the opening question in an interview, be extra careful that you don't run off at the mouth. Keep your answer to a minute or two at most. Cover four topics: education, work history, core competencies and recent career experience. Emphasize this last subject. Remember that this is likely to be a warm-up question. Don't waste your best points on it.

  For example:

  I am currently studying for an EMBA from National Cheng Chi University. My working experience has been gained from jobs in different industries which include the IT field, service related companies, human resources and executive management. In terms of core competencies, I see myself as having the following skills, leadership, planning, prioritizing, time management and resource allocation. For the past 3 years, I have been the General Manager of Wall Street Institute Taiwan.

  2. 你为什么要应征这份工作?

  Why do you want to work for this company?

  A good answer comes from having done your homework so that you can speak in terms of the company's needs. You might say that your research has shown that the company is doing things you would like to be involved with, and that it's doing them in ways that greatly interest you. If the company places a great deal of emphasis on research and development, emphasize the fact that you want to create new things and that you know this is a place in which such activity is encouraged.

  For example:

  I would like to work for Wall Street Institute Taiwan because I find that the goals of the company in wanting to provide a premium service to adult English learners is in line with what I would like to achieve as one of my personal goals. My goal is to be able to work for a service provider that prides itself on being the top in their industry and puts clients first when it comes to decision making. My philosophy on how one should provide service to clients is to ask how we can help the client achieve his/her goals, rather than how much profit we can make off of him/her.

  3.请告诉我对于这份工作对你的定义是什么?

  Please give me your definition of the position for which you are being interviewed. Keep your answer brief and task-oriented. Think in terms of responsibilities and accountability. Make sure that you really do understand what the position involves before you attempt an answer. If you are not certain. Ask the interviewer; he or she may answer the question for you.

  For example:

  A manager has the responsibility to lead a company using well defined strategies and tactics in order to meet the goals set out by the Executives of a company. A

  manager also has to lead from the front and understand the duties and

  responsibilities of his/her subordinates so that direction can be given if required.

  4. 你认为什么是对这个职务上最重要的技能?

  What do you think are the most important skills needed for this position? This is a question for you to show your understanding of this job. Before you applied, you should have already done your research into this job and company so that you are very clear about what is needed.

  For example:

  I believe that the skills needed to be a successful manager include abilities to: plan, prioritize, execute and motivate. Planning is very important as it will lead to a company's performance and direction. Prioritization is needed to make sure that your resources are allocated accordingly. Execution is an important skill because what is planned and said, needs to be carried out in the field and problems need to be identified after implementation. Motivation is a must because people are your most valuable asset, but even if people have all the necessary skills, if they lack motivation, they will not use those skills to their potential.

  5. 请问你觉得你在这职务中较优于其它人的地方是?

  What can you do for us that someone else can't?

  Here you have every right, and perhaps an obligation, to promote yourself and be a bit egotistical. Talk about your record of getting things done, and mention specifics from your resume or list of career accomplishments. Say that your skills and interests, combined with this history of getting results, make you valuable. Mention your ability to set priorities, identify problems, and use your experience and energy to solve them.

  For example:

  I believe that I am able to use my leadership skills to lead a team successfully. My past experience has proven that I am results driven and can achieve the required goals within the time allocated. I have been able to do this because of my ability to prioritize, identify problems that occur in the field, and make necessary decisions when needed.

  6. 你为什么离开上一份工作?

  Why are you leaving (did you leave) your present (last) job?

  Be brief, to the point, and as honest as you can without hurting yourself. Refer back to the planning phase of your job search. Where you considered this topic as you set your reference statements. If you were laid off in an across-the-board cutback, say so; otherwise, indicate that the move was your decision, the result of your action. Do not mention personality conflicts.

  For example:

  I am currently studying for an EMBA from National Cheng Chi University. My working experience has been gained from jobs in different industries which include the IT field, service related companies, human resources and executive management. In terms of core competencies, I see myself as having the following skills, leadership, planning, prioritizing, time management and resource allocation. For the past 3 years, I have been the General Manager of Wall Street Institute Taiwan.

  7. 你的优点/缺点为何?

  What are your strengths/weaknesses?

  For these types of questions, I would focus on my strengths and try to change my weaknesses into what would seem like a positive.

  For example: I would consider my ultimate strength to be working with unmotivated staff. I believe that my motivational skills are beneficial for employees that are not reaching their potential and need someone to give guidance and mentoring. In terms of weaknesses, I feel that my lack of patience with myself has almost always forced me to go the extra mile. Never giving myself an opportunity to rest or reflect.

  8. 你愿意加班吗?

  Are you willing to work overtime?

  This question should be handled with care. You want to show your commitment, but you would also like to set some initial boundaries so that you are not exploited. Companies should not be hiring people just because they can employ someone that will work 80 hours a week for a 40 hour salary package.

  For example:

  I would be more than willing to work overtime if the company needed me to do so. I do believe that fulfilling your responsibilities is very important in any job and reaching your goals within a certain time is part of that. If I am behind in my work, or if the company on certain occasion that have special projects that need extra effort, I would be the first to offer.

  9. 你的薪酬期待为何?

  What do you feel this position should pay?

  Salary is a delicate topic. We suggest that you defer tying yourself to a precise figure for as long as you can do so politely. If you are asked the question during an initial screening interview, you might say that you feel you need to know more about the position's responsibilities before you could give a meaningful answer to that question. Don't sell yourself short, but continue to stress the fact that the job itself is the most important thing in your mind. The interviewer may be trying to determine just how much you want the job. Don't leave the impression that money is the only thing that is important to you.

  For example:

  I understand that the range for this job is between $25,000 and $35,000. That seems appropriate for the job as I understand it. Or Perhaps you can help me on this one. Can you tell me if there is a range for similar jobs in the organization?"

  10. 你有什么问题吗?

  Do you have any questions? Ask questions that you need clarity on. Do not shy away from asking questions because you feel that the interviewer is going to be impatient or that you feel shy. Prepare beforehand so that you know what you want to find out about the company. It is very important that applicants to a company also "interview" the company and find information so that you can decide if you really will be suitable for the company or the company suitable for you.

  For example:

  What are the career prospects for a position like the one I am applying for? Does the company provide any employee benefits specifically related to training?

  11. 如果我們雇用你你何時可以來上班?

  If we hire you, when will you be available to start? This question should be answered clearly. Do not give a date and then change it later. If you have plans already, let the interviewer know so that s/he can make a plan for your first day of work. It will really bother the interviewer if they have scheduled to meet with you and have planned the training, only for you to call and say you need to do something and cannot be there. Be honest with the interviewer. For example:

  I will be available on the 5th of July as my previous employers will need me to give them 2 weeks notice in order to hand over my job to my successor.

  12. 你认为什么是当一个经理人或执行者最困难的地方?

  What do you think is the most difficult thing about being a manager or executive? Mention planning, execution, and cost-control. The most difficult task is to motivate and manage employees to get something planned and completed on time and within the budget.

  For example:

  Managers will face many challenges but there are 3 that stand out for everyone. Planning, execution and cost-control. Planning and execution involves dealing with people and having to consider all your resources. The motivation of employees must be the single most difficult thing.

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