Rozmowa kwalifikacyjna

Dialog - rozmowa kwalifikacyjna po angielsku

Recruiter: Hello, my name’s John Smith. Please, take a seat.

Mike: Hello, thank you.

Recruiter: All right. Before we start, tell me if I can get you something to drink?

Mike: No, I’m fine. Thank you.

Recruiter: Ok. Can you first tell me something about your education?

Mike: Well, five years ago I graduated from University of Business and last year I completed post-graduate studies in Human Resources.

Recruiter: I see. Why did you decide to study Human Resources?

Mike: I think that discovering new talents can be a rewarding job, and it gives you a chance to cooperate with many people.

Recruiter: It sounds like you enjoy working with people. What kind of people do you prefer to be surrounded by?

Mike: I am highly fond of hard-working  people who are not afraid of taking responsibilities for their actions.

Recruiter: Very good. What was your previous workplace?

Mike: I worked as a Sales Manager for past two years.

Recruiter: Excellent. What did you like and dislike about that job?

Mike: I particularly enjoyed the fact that I could be my team leader and motivate workers to achieve our common goals. In addition, I visited various places, such as: Rio de Janerio, Amsterdam or Barcelona and participated in interesting trainings there. However, my supervisor was really stubborn and he didn’t want to listen to any of my suggestions.

Recruiter:  Oh, I understand. Why would you like to work for our company?

Mike: I think it’s the right time for me to try something new, to develop myself and use the skills I gained during my postgraduate studies.

Recruiter: Fine. Do you have any questions?

Mike: Yes, I do. When will I hear back from you?

Recruiter: We’ll contact you by the end of the week.

Mike: Ok, thank you.

Recruiter: You’re welcome. Thanks for coming here today. Have a good day.

Glossary - słownictwo

Please, take a seat. - Proszę, usiądź.

Can you first tell me something about your education? - Czy możesz najpierw opowiedzieć mi o swoim wykształceniu?

I graduated from… - Ukończyłem/am

post-graduate studies in Human Resources - studia podyplomowe z obszaru doradztwa personalnego

a rewarding job - satysfakcjonująca praca

to cooperate with somebody - współpracować z kimś

It sounds like… - Wygląda na to,że…

to be surrounded by somebody/something - być otaczanym kimś/czymś

to be highly fond of somebody - cenić kogoś

to not be afraid of taking responsibilities for your actions - nie bać się brać odpowiedzialności za swoje czyny

somebody’s previous workplace - czyjeś poprzednie miejsce pracy

to dislike - nie lubić

to achieve our common goals - osiągnąć nasze wspólne cele

stubborn - uparty

to gain - zyskać,zdobyć

to hear back from somebody - otrzymać odpowiedź zwrotną od kogoś