Potential job candidates aren't the only ones who need to be qualified when interviewing--the person on the other side of the desk needs to know what they're doing, too! This course will help you as an interviewer conduct better technical interviews.
Finding the right person for the job can be tough. But it certainly doesn't get easier if you don't know how to interview someone well and ask the right questions. In this course, The Successful Technical Interview for Interviewers, you'll discover many techniques to help you conduct smarter, more helpful and revealing interviews. First, you'll learn how to define the purpose of the questions for the job you're working to fill. Next, you'll learn how to use resumes as an interviewer and how to avoid problems with certain tricky questions. Finally, you'll learn how to optimize your time with each interviewee and how to find the best candidate for the job. By the end of this course, you will be able to use these techniques to quickly find the best candidates for any job opening.
Jason Alba is founder of JibberJobber.com, an online relationship manager for professionals to manage their career and job search. Jason is the author of I’m on LinkedIn – Now What??? and coauthor of I’m on Facebook – Now What??? and specializes in helping professionals with career management, network, and personal branding.
Course Overview Hi everyone my name is Jason Alba. Welcome to my course, The Successful Technical Interview for Interviewers. As an IT manager and then owner of a software firm, I've interviewed more than a few people over the years. Interviewing has always been a somewhat confusing task. There's lots of advice on how to do it, but the advice seems disjointed and inconsistent. In this course, I want to help solve that. I talk to you about how you can conduct a much better interview. We go over interview basics and then, dig into different types of questions to really help you assess the candidates you interview. We'll talk about how to define the purpose of each question for the job you're working to fill. We'll also talk about using resumes as an interviewer, and how to avoid problems with certain questions. The end result of these tactics is that you will be in a position to optimize your time with each interviewee, and find the best candidate. By the end of this course, you should feel like you're ready for a full round of interviews. You'll have some how-to tactics and should understand the why behind what you're doing. After watching this course, continue your learning by diving into other professional development courses, like Working and Communicating with Different Personalities, and How to Be a Great Mentor, and of course, Leadership, Getting Started. I hope you'll join me on this journey of improving your career with the Successful Technical Interview for Interviewers course at Pluralsight.