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“As a former teacher, I appreciate how much effort teachers spend to meet the diverse needs of their students. As a result, it’s extremely inspiring and rewarding to know that the product we build at CA helps empower teachers to do what they do best!”

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Antoinette Noel, Lead Account Manager

“I’ve always been passionate about education, but when I became a mom and struggled to find the right environment and resources for my son, it drove home for me just how important differentiation is in our classrooms. And how hard it is in practice. I love that CA’s programs support both students and teachers in making grade-level material engaging and accessible, and provide extra challenge where needed. It’s not one size fits all—because while that may be easier to do, we know it’s not the right thing to do.”

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Justin Syroka, Professional Development Manager

“As a former elementary principal and i‑Ready user, I saw firsthand how i‑Ready changed our school. We were able to use consistent data across all grade levels, take personalized learning to new levels, and provide our students with effective differentiation in the classroom. Leading focused and purposeful professional development is my passion, knowing every day Curriculum Associates is living our mission—making classrooms better for teachers and students. Together we can help all students achieve their personal best!”

Valerie Duval, Curriculum Associates Employee.

Valerie Duval, i-Ready Product Director

“The best part of CA is the people. I get to work with extremely knowledgeable and passionate people every single day. Together we build data and reporting products that help teachers in the classroom so they can better focus their precious time to help students learn. How inspiring is that?!”

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21 :: What critical component of this position At Curriculum Associates makes the work challenging?

Heading information: This should include job title, pay grade or range, reporting relationship (by position, not individual), hours or shifts, and the likelihood of overtime or weekend work.
Summary objective of the job: List the general responsibilities and descriptions of key tasks and their purpose, relationships with customers, coworkers, and others, and the results expected of incumbent employees.
Qualifications: State the education, experience, training, and technical skills necessary for entry into this job.
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Curriculum Associates Interview Questions

  • 1.

    What leadership qualities do you possess?

      Some great qualities of a leader are:

      - Being someone who people naturally want to follow
      - Exceptional interpersonal skills
      - Strong relationship building skills
      - Taking ownership for the team's errors and mistakes
      - Excelling at motivating others
      - Providing kudos to your team
      - Knowing how to select and hire the right people to join the team
      - Having a vision for the future

      These are just a few to get started! Which qualities do you most identify with?

      Ryan's Answer

      "I possess great leadership qualities that include diligence, tenacity, and open communication. I look forward to taking these skills to work for you!"

  • 2.

    Do you think honesty is always the best policy?

      Is honesty always the best policy? Talk to the interviewer about your thoughts on honesty in the workplace.

      Ryan's Answer

      "Sometimes full disclosure can damage someone's self esteem, and reality isn't always best expressed in full and can be self-indulgent based on the person's intention. In those instances, honesty isn't always the best policy."

      Ryan's Answer

      "Honesty is always the best policy. Often times, it is just a matter of how you communicate and deliver your message so managing this with each situation is critical to building honest and trustworthy relationships."

  • 3.

    How do you like to encourage ideas in others?

      Encouragement to others is a great skill to possess. Talk to the interviewer about your ability to encourage creative ideas in your team members.

      Ryan's Answer

      "I like to encourage other people to be creative in their thinking and present ideas to their classrooms, no matter how off the wall they may seem. Some of our most successful teachers are ones who are confident in their ability to bring forward their unique ideas. I encourage participation through an open door policy and strong praise for those who show initiative."

      Ryan's Answer

      "I encourage people to tap into the best parts of themselves. It helps to ask probing questions to get them to generate ideas on their own. If you paint a long term vision for where you want to go towards, you will be surprised at the creative solutions your team will come up with to get you there."

  • 4.

    At Curriculum Associates we put a strong emphasis on continued education. We believe that there is always more to learn. How do you feel about continued education?

      Of course education is important when you are working in the education industry! Assure the interviewer that you are not resistant to continued education. Perhaps there is a course, program, or workshop that you are personally interested in? Discuss with the interviewer your passion for education.

      Ryan's Answer

      "I wholeheartedly agree that education is incredibly important. We can always learn more! Personally, I like to take a short course or workshop times per year. These courses have included additional computer, leadership, and mentorship related training."

      Ryan's Answer

      "Continued education is imperative to my growth as an education professional. I feel strongly about continuing to grow my knowledge in this industry. Could you give me some examples of the ways that Curriculum Associates, Inc. emphasizes continued education in its employees?"

  • 5. If you could start your career over again, what direction would you take? A hiring manager will be able to tell a lot about your personality by learning about your other career interests. If you could do anything over, what would you do, and why? Example #1: "I certainly do not regret the direction I have taken my career; however, if I had to completely start over in a new direction I would likely pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering and become an Engineer. Both of my parents were Engineers and they seemed to have a very fulfilling career. I enjoy analytics and research which I tend to do a lot of in my role as an educator." Example #2: "I am very satisfied with the direction my career has taken. If I could change anything I would perhaps have furthered my education to include a Masters' degree."6. When have you had to adapt to change? Being able to adapt to change in the workplace is a very important skill to possess. Talk to the interviewer about a time when you have had to adjust to changes on the job. How did you handle the change? Was it a positive reaction? Example #1: "I feel that educators adapt to change on a daily basis! The vibe in the classroom is different every day, student moods and efforts vary as well. I am well accustomed to working in a changing environment." Example #2: "After being a dedicated mathematics teacher for the past 10 years, I was asked to take on a new focus this coming year. I am currently prepping myself to teach chemistry as well. It's been a challenge but I am actually really excited for the change."7. If you could be a subject matter expert in any subject of your choice, which would you choose? Talk to the interviewer about the topics that pique your interest the most. If you could immerse yourself in a particular subject, what would it be and why? You can make your answer a bit lighthearted and personal if you wish. Example #1: "Ever since I was a child I have been fascinated with mechanics and design. I would build models of airplanes and cars in my room for hours at a time. I still have a very keen interest in design so I would say that if I could be a subject matter expert on any topic - I would choose mechanical engineering." Example #2: "That's a great question! In my spare time I do a lot of reading on socioeconomic related matters. I would love to be seen as a subject matter expert in how the effects of race and social standing directly impact career choice variables. It's all very fascinating to me."8. In our industry, your day may not be a typical 8AM - 4PM. Are you willing to work overtime and participate in extra-curricular activities? The education industry is often in demand, even outside of typical school hours and activities. If you have restrictions in your schedule, this is a great time to address those restrictions. If you have an open schedule: "I am available to work most of the time, with some notice on overtime if possible." Example #1: "I am available to work most of the time, with some notice on overtime if possible." Example #2: "If you have scheduling restrictions: "I do take an evening course every Thursday so I would not be available for additional hours those days. Other than that, I am happy to make myself available as often as possible."9. Tell me about a teacher, leader, or mentor who affected your life in a positive way. When you work in the Education industry it is important to understand the difference that a strong leader and mentor can make in the life of a student. Talk to the interviewer briefly about someone who may have helped you along the way. Does anyone influential come to mind? Example #1: "In my elementary years I had some trouble with reading. My grade 2 teacher was a very patient and kind person who went above her duties by giving me additional resources. Because she was generous with her time and efforts, I was exceeding grade level expectations in no time. In addition to catching up academically, I was able to gain a lot of personal confidence." Example #2: "I believe that every teacher and leader that I have had has played their own part in positively affecting my life. From a young age I have been lucky enough to have excellent mentors who wanted to invest in my future. It's a large part of why I wanted to work in the field of education, myself." In this position you may be working with individuals who are underage and/or vulnerable. We do full background checks on all of our employees. Are you willing to comply? This is where you must disclose to the interviewer if you do not have a clean criminal background. Discuss with the interviewer your willingness to comply and be sure to disclose any pain points ahead of time. It is better they find any marks on your record directly from you! If you have a clean criminal background: "Yes, I am happy to comply with any criminal, financial, and educational related background checks that you require. My record is clean." Example #1: "Yes, I am happy to comply with any criminal, financial, and educational related background checks that you require. My record is clean." Example #2: "If you do not have a clean criminal background: "I am happy to comply with any criminal, financial, and educational related background check that you require. The majority will come back clean; however, I should disclose to you that I have a DUI charge from 7 years ago that may come up. I have been cleared of charges now and my drivers' license has been reinstated." Take a few minutes to walk me through your post-secondary education. Your post-secondary education is likely listed on your resume; however, this is an opportunity to talk to the interviewer about your overall experience. Discuss any accolades and special recognition you may have received. You can also discuss a class or a project that impacted you the most during that time. Example #1: "I graduated with a Bachelor's of Outdoor Leadership and Education from Toccoa Falls College in My experience in that program was great! Even though I worked part time, I was still able to make the Dean's list, received a partial scholarship and graduated top of my class." Example #2: "In I completed my Bachelor's of Education and immediately followed that with a Masters' Degree in English. I am very proud of my educational background and am happy with the opportunities that this level of education has allowed me. I would love to continue this education down the road to include a Doctorate." At Curriculum Associates, we seek to hire the most compassionate individuals. Do you consider yourself compassionate? The best way to answer a question like this is to give a clear and concise example of how you consistently show your compassionate character. Do you help students in your free time? Perhaps you volunteer? Have you received recognition for your efforts from a previous employer? Brainstorm some examples that show off your great character! Example #1: "I was raised to be a compassionate person and do consider myself to possess this quality. One way that I show this is by volunteering my time as an after-school tutor for kids who are struggling in school and who lack the resources at home. I have been committed to this volunteer work for the past 2 years." Example #2: "I believe compassion is a must-have trait for anyone wishing to succeed in the field of education. When I think of compassion, I think of the quote from Arthur Schopenhauer that says, "Compassion is the basis of morality." I truly believe in this and try to practice it every day." At Curriculum Associates we seek to hire those who are passionate about education. How would you describe your teaching/mentorship style? If you have ever heard of an "Elevator Pitch" - this type of interview question is a great reason to have one! Why do you love what you do? What makes you the best, and most engaged, potential hire for Curriculum Associates, Inc.? Briefly discuss your teaching and mentorship style and close by giving an example of a time when you were recognized for your teaching or leadership methods. Example #1: "Elevator Pitch" Example #2: "Here are some keys to effective mentorship that you can draw on, for your response: - Committed - Collaborative - Encouraging - Willing to pass on knowledge - Approachable - Patient - Honest - Diplomatic - Ability to give constructive feedback - Continued learner - Curious - Objective - Genuine" What are your thoughts on public vs. private education? The topic of public vs. private education is a hot one! When you are asked to discuss a controversial topic in an interview it is best to avoid any offending statements or pushing any buttons. Give a rather cooled opinion on both sides and leave it at that. Example #1: "I can understand why some people would want their children in private school as much as I understand the draw of public school. Not everyone can afford the luxury of private school but I am thankful that our public school system offers a great education with such little cost associated. In my opinion, as long as our kids are receiving a valuable education then who am I to say whether one is better than the other." Example #2: "I primarily stand behind public education because it is affordable for everyone, and it provides educational access to anyone regardless of their social standing. Many times, the classrooms will be more manageable in size, and these classrooms are more likely to offer a more diverse range of students. With that said, I do understand why some parents prefer private education for their children. Perhaps its a family tradition or they prefer the coursework and other opportunities that come along with a private facility." Do you prefer working with a student one-on-one or with a larger class of students? Discuss you preference with the interviewer and be sure to highlight your overall experience; whether that be with larger classes of students or one-on-one. You can keep your answer brief and be sure to avoid talking yourself out of a job. (IE: if this is a tutoring company, avoid discussing how you do not enjoy one-on-one student interaction.) Example #1: "As an educator for the past 4 years I feel that I have developed a strong ability to adapt to nearly every teaching situation. I do not lean strongly to group settings versus individual settings; however, I always enjoy seeing how students interact with each other when a challenge is at hand." Example #2: "I tend to enjoy teaching larger groups at a time simply because of the energy a class full of students can offer. Also, the insightful questions that can come from a solid group session are pretty surprising at times. With that said, at times it is easier to make a direct impact when you teach one-on-one. I am satisfied with either method." Private and franchised adult learning institutions have greatly increased in popularity over the years. Do you see value in these institutions? Why or why not? The topic of franchised adult learning institutions can be a controversial one! When you are asked to discuss a controversial topic in an interview it is best to avoid any offending statements or pushing any buttons. Give a rather cooled opinion on both sides and leave it at that. Example #1: "I can understand the draw when it comes to franchised adult learning institutions. Not everyone can attend University right out of High School and many have the option to return to school later on in life. In my opinion, continued Education is important. As long as the courses being offered are legitimate ones, who am I to stand in the way?" Example #2: "I primarily support traditional learning that comes from a University or long-standing College. I feel that the coursework is more likely to be recognized. I would not like to see someone complete a diploma at a franchised institution just to later find out that their courses are not recognized. If they can guarantee course credit recognition, then that is great." Tell me about an organization or group outside of work that you contributed to. Many hiring managers will choose one candidate over another because of their volunteer experience. They feel that it shows strong character and selflessnessall qualities that make a great employee. Talk to the interviewer about your willingness to give back to your community in some form of volunteerism. If you do not have formal volunteer experience you can draw on things you do in your spare time to assist friends, family, or even your current employer. If you do have volunteer experience: "For the past 8 months I have volunteered every Wednesday evening at our local animal shelter. I will help with grooming the animals, feeding them, and walking them. It's been a really fun experience and rewarding at the same time." Example #1: "For the past 8 months I have volunteered every Wednesday evening at our local animal shelter. I will help with grooming the animals, feeding them, and walking them. It's been a really fun experience and rewarding at the same time." Example #2: "If you do not have volunteer experience: "I have not formally volunteered in these most recent years, however; I spend a lot of time helping my sister who is a single mom. I will babysit on weekends, cook dinners for her and drive the kids to appointments when necessary. I feel that it is very important to take care of the needs of family." Tell me about your greatest work related accomplishment. Talking about your greatest accomplishment will give the interviewer a strong idea of where you place your values. It will also show the interviewer more about your personality, how you like to be motivated, and how to coach you in the future. It is okay to brag a little bit when answering this question. Show that you are proud of yourself and your career accomplishments! Example #1: "The greatest accomplishment in my career was graduating University as an honors student while still working full time in a related field. I was top of my class, and working full time. This showed me that I am able to dedicate myself to my career, and reach the goals that I set for myself. It felt great to accomplish so much and be recognized for my dedication." Example #2: "I have many accomplishments that I am very proud of. Overall, I would say that my greatest work accomplishment is the positive reputation that I have as an educator. Reputation is everything and I am proud of mine." Why do you want this job with Curriculum Associates? If you are lucky enough to land an interview, make some effort and conduct research on the opportunity. Think about how this job will help you in your career. It's important for you to know not only what you have to offer them, but what they can do for you. While your passion and excitement about the job are important, it's always good to have some hard facts to back it up. For instance, saying 'I have heard great things about your institution and I know I would be a great fit for this job', is not very specific. Example #1: "I am excited about this opportunity because your values are very much in line with mine. I deeply care about giving back to the community through educating our at-risk youth." Example #2: "I have had my eye on new openings in your school for some time now. Your reputation for employee development and community involvement is something that I admire. I see a long term fit here." When entering a new job, describe how you build relationships with your new coworkers and supervisors. Due to a wide variety of personalities, relationships can take time to form. How do you ensure that you have a strong line of communication with your co-workers and supervisors, right from the start? Example #1: "I understand that some relationships come quickly and others take time to nurture. When starting a new job all that I can do is be my true self and let my personality, integrity, and reliability speak for itself." Example #2: "I get along well with most personalities. My colleagues were great team players and we would often meet up after work for drinks or team activities. I would simply start there, when starting a new job. Becoming involved in post-work activities and continuing to be the social person that I am." How do you believe you will complement our department, if you were hired? If you were awarded the position, what would you bring to the department or organization? Assure the interviewer that you are the right fit for this position. Example #1: "If I were hired, I feel that I would compliment your faculty in a few significant ways. First - I am a fast learner and I already bring 6 years' experience in the education industry. The time to train me will be reduced. Also, I will bring a very strong curriculum with me which will make an impact almost immediately." Example #2: "If I were hired, I will compliment your department by adding value to the pressing initiatives you have prioritized. I am excited to share my knowledge when it comes to cross-departmental efforts." Give an example of when you used your listening skills to solve a problem. The interviewer wants to see that you have strong listening skills. They want to see that you aren't the type to interrupt before hearing your co-workers out. When it comes to using your listening skills while receiving direction from your employer, asking for clarification can save you a lot of grief down the road! Show that you are one to check for full understanding when you are navigating new territory. Highlight to the interviewer that you are the type to attentively listen and troubleshoot problems in a collaborative style. Someone with good listening skills will: - Give the speaker their full attention - Maintain proper eye contact - Show invested interest by nodding or agreeing - Avoid interrupting - Ask for clarification if needed - Make statements such as "If I am understanding you correctly" or "Do you mean that you want" Give an example that demonstrates how you avoided miscommunication by using your stellar listening skills! Example #1: "If I am understanding you correctly" Example #2: "My current principal is very brief in her communication and sometimes it creates confusion within the faculty. Last month she asked me to run a report on a student whose parents she was meeting with the next day. I wasn't entirely sure that I understood what she was asking. After she finished telling me what she was looking for, I repeated it back to her. I will often use qualifying questions such as, 'So what you're asking is?' or 'Do you mean that you want me to do (X)?' This seems to avoid a lot of unnecessary problems down the road." Do you always double check or proofread your work? Double checking and proofreading are a very important parts of a job well done. Assure the interviewer that you are diligent when it comes to submitting good, clean, work. Example #1: "Spelling and grammatical errors are a pet peeve of mine. I will triple check my work if there is time! I feel that it is very important to submit error free work." Example #2: "I am so accustomed to working under pressure and tight deadlines that I do forget to double check my work at times. This is a habit that I have consciously been working on to improve." List the top 3 skills that you have acquired in your last role. You have likely gained many valuable skills in your career. Share with the interviewer which skills you value the most. Be sure to include skills that will benefit this potential new employer. Example #1: "In the past few years I was able to upgrade my education while still working full time. The biggest skill that I gained was my ability to multi-task as I worked the dual role of employee and student." Example #2: "My last role was very challenging and was a big step in my career. The top 3 skills that I acquired would be my student relationship skills, clear communication skills, and ability to prioritize." How do you define success? What does success mean to you? Tell the interviewer how you see success and be sure to tie your answer into the success that you plan to bring to this particular position, should you be offered the role. Example #1: "I define success by my ability to reach the goals that are set out for me. On a personal level, the things I wish to achieve in my life. On a work level, the targets that are set out for me as well as the professional development that I seek." Example #2: "I define success by what we achieve as a team. The faculty, as a whole, needs to deliver on expectations before I consider anything a success." What are your salary expectations? The best way to discuss your salary expectations are to use your current earnings as an example. Be open, and honest. Transparency is the best choice when salary based questions arise. Example #1: "Currently, I earn a base salary of $45, per year plus a potential 20% annual bonus. Last year my earnings were $52, and I would like to stay in the same range or slightly higher." Example #2: "I am currently making $80, per year. I am looking for compensation that is aligned with the role and provides opportunity for growth." How do you handle stress on the job? Are you someone who is able to handle stress on the job? How do you manage the stressful times? Talk to the interviewer about your ability to manage pressure in the workplace. Example #1: "I handle stress very well and when you call my references, they will attest to this fact. When I am under pressure on the job, I focus on the task at hand and make sure to not get distracted. Staying on deadline is very helpful and I will delegate when necessary to alleviate some stress." Example #2: "Stress is part of any demanding job and I embrace it to the fullest. I take good care of myself personally and prioritize my workload to maintain a healthy balance in my stress levels." Tell me something about yourself that I wouldn't know from reading your resume. The interviewer would like to get to know you apart from what is written on your resume. You are certainly not obligated to discuss personal matters such as your kids, or relationship status, for instance. Stick with a couple of fun facts to show the interviewer that you are a real person, too. Your answer should be unique so that you are a memorable candidate! Focus on special non-work related skills or hobbies. For example, you might share that you enjoy beat-boxing or making origami swans. Be prepared for the interviewer to stop you and ask you to perform your skill on the spot when it's possible! (This will make you unforgettable!) Example #1: "I am an avid marathon runner and have traveled to 10 countries in the last 8 years to compete in a variety of races. I am a competitive individual and enjoy keeping fit." Example #2: "I am bilingual in Spanish and have some proficiency in French and Italian, too. I also am a huge Harry Potter fan and could pretty much quote each book to you!" What questions do you have for me? It's always a great idea to have questions ready for the interviewer. Review the company website and other online resources to ensure the questions you are asking are not mundane, or redundant. The last thing an interviewer wants to hear is a list of questions you could have found the answers to from a simple Google search. Here are some sample questions: - When would you like to have this position filled? - How long has this role been vacant? - Is this a replacement search or a newly created role? - What is your favorite part about working here? - What is the facility's primary goal for this position in the next 12 months? - Is there anything from my background and experience that I can clarify for you? - What do you see as the biggest change in this industry over the past 3 years? - Is there any reason why you would not hire me? Example #1: Example #2: "Thank you for asking - I do have a few questions. What is top of mind when it comes to filling this role? In addition, what types of career growth opportunities would follow this position? And lastly, do you have internal candidates who are also interviewing for this position?"

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    If you could start your career over again, what direction would you take?

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    When have you had to adapt to change?

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    If you could be a subject matter expert in any subject of your choice, which would you choose?

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    In our industry, your day may not be a typical 8AM - 4PM. Are you willing to work overtime and participate in extra-curricular activities?

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    Tell me about a teacher, leader, or mentor who affected your life in a positive way.

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  • In this position you may be working with individuals who are underage and/or vulnerable. We do full background checks on all of our employees. Are you willing to comply?

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  • Take a few minutes to walk me through your post-secondary education.

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  • At Curriculum Associates, we seek to hire the most compassionate individuals. Do you consider yourself compassionate?

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  • At Curriculum Associates we seek to hire those who are passionate about education. How would you describe your teaching/mentorship style?

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  • What are your thoughts on public vs. private education?

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  • Do you prefer working with a student one-on-one or with a larger class of students?

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  • Private and franchised adult learning institutions have greatly increased in popularity over the years. Do you see value in these institutions? Why or why not?

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  • Tell me about an organization or group outside of work that you contributed to.

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  • Tell me about your greatest work related accomplishment.

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  • Why do you want this job with Curriculum Associates?

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  • When entering a new job, describe how you build relationships with your new coworkers and supervisors.

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  • How do you believe you will complement our department, if you were hired?

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  • Give an example of when you used your listening skills to solve a problem.

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  • Do you always double check or proofread your work?

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  • List the top 3 skills that you have acquired in your last role.

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  • How do you define success?

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  • What are your salary expectations?

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  • How do you handle stress on the job?

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