双色球开奖号码 www.nsjl.net 外企面试英语【一】
Caroline: Nice to meet you, Cindy. I’m Caroline, HRD of the company. Please have a seat.
Cindy: Nice to meet you, Ms. Caroline.
Caroline: From reviewing your resume, I can see that you performed excellently in school. What I want to know is why you think you’re right for this job.
Cindy: I am always interested in news coming from your industry, and I’m deeply impressed by your company’s sales performance. To have risen 200-percent in the domestic market over just the past three years is an incredible feat. I also admire and agree with the employee developmental values that the company has adopted. I find that my personal goals and ideas about business operations fit perfectly with the companys goals and mission statement.
Caroline: So you are well aware of our company. It appears that you have done your fair share of research.
Cindy: Yes, in addition to judging whether I am the right fit for C&C, I believe that its also crucial for me to know if this company is right for me. Ive been impressed by the service provided here by everyone from the receptionist to the assistant. I am confident that I will have a very rewarding and successful career here.
Caroline: Commitment to the company and the team is very important to us here.
Cindy: I am very responsible. Whenever I have been assigned to complete a certain task, my teacher and classmates could always count on me to achieve the stated task. There is also no need to remind me of what I should do. I enjoy intermingling and doing things with others.
Caroline: So what are your career objectives? And how do you perceive your own development if you were to assume this position?
Cindy: I expect to have a good opportunity to put all of my knowledge into practice. I am a doer and I can contribute a great deal to the company. I hope that within five years, I could lead an energetic and productive marketing team.
Caroline: As a fresh graduate, what do you think is the most essential factor to establishing and maintaining a good relationship with your future boss?
Cindy: All the supervisors have rich experience. So first of all I will obey the demands of the supervisors. Secondly, I will ask their advice and maintain an open mind. Thirdly, when there are questions, I will communicate in-depth with my supervisors to achieve a functional and proper solution.
Caroline: Good, then do you have any question about our company?
Cindy: Could you tell me something about your training program?
Caroline: In brief, we offer both in-house and off-site training to our AP or U.S. headquarters. We have a few daylong training sessions for topics like business writing skills and software training. These sessions are available to everyone who applies. We also have a variety of other programs based on each work function. Our program is essentially a job-rotation program, and we believe it is more effective than traditional on-the-job training.
Cindy: It sounds attractive!
Caroline: Lastly, what’s your main consideration in your current job hunt?
Cindy: Potential growth opportunity. If a potential job does offer me an opportunity to grow and mature, I will find it very easy to devote my career to executing my responsibilities at the highest level. I believe that your company will be a perfect place for me to grow and develop!
Caroline: I also hope to have the chance to get to know you better in the future.
Cindy: Thank you for your time. I am looking forward to the next interview.
Hi, may I speak to Mrs. Smith, please?
I am just calling to follow up on the status of the Sales Manager position.
I am just calling to see if you have made any decision concerning the Sales Manager position.
A: I am just calling to follow up on the status of the Sales Manager position.
B: We haven't made any decision yet.我们还没有做任何决定。
Do you have any idea when you might arrive at a decision?
Do vou know when you might arrive at a decision?
A: Do you have any idea when you might arrive at a decision?
B: We haven't made any decision yet.我们还没有做任何决定呢。
• arrive at到达(一个小地方);得出(结论等)
If there is any additional information you need, please call me at any time.
A: If there is any additional information you need, please call me at any time.
B: I certainly will. Thank you for calling.
I want to know what the status is of the position.
A: I want to know what the status is of the position.
B: Sorry,we haven't made the decision at all. But we will get in touch with you once we make it.
• status(n.)状态,情形;the state of affairs 事态
Do you have any questions we didn't cover in the interview?
Do you have any questions we didn't mention in the interview?
Do you have any questions we didn't touch upon in the interview?
A: Do you have any questions we didn't cover in the interview?
I am very interested in this position.
I am very hopeful for in this position.
I am very eager for in this position.
Can I help you?
A: Can I help you?需要我帮忙吗?
B: May I speak to Mrs. Smith?我可以和史密斯女士通话吗?