A template for recruiters, hiring managers and headhunters to gather feedback about candidates in a job interview.
What was your overall impression of the candidate?
Do you recommend we move forward with this candidate?
Had they properly researched the company? Did the candidate arrive on time? Were they dressed appropriately?
Does the candidate work and life experiences match what's needed? To what extent?
What relevant education, licenses, certifications does the candidate have?
Were they friendly? Outgoing? Serious? Would you want to work with this candidate?
Does the candidate have sufficient written and verbal skills for the role?
How well does the candidate technical skills match the requirements for the role?
Do you see the candidate work with the team efficiently?
Are they excited about the role?
This template is a great way to make your job interviews more organized. It is designed for headhunters, hiring manager or HR representatives who have regular interviews with candidates. Interviews are often very similar in format, so with this template, you'll save time coming up with the structure of the meeting. You can use it for online interviews or offline meetings. The template enables you to assess whether a candidate is the right fit for the role and for the company. This template is completely customizable. While job interviews can be somewhat standardized, every role and company has their own specificity, so feel free to make it your own!
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