How to Nail Your Janeous Interview
YOUR JANEOUS INTERVIEW
An interview at Janeous is different than almost anywhere else, and we want you to make a great first impression. A few things to keep in mind:
These are speed interviews, so even if you only have one interview, your interviewer is probably meeting multiple candidates back to back, very quickly. For this reason, it is critical that you are on time and in the video session.
Because your session is only 10 or 20 minutes (check your dashboard for the info), make sure your answers are succinct and to-the-point.
The purpose of this introductory interview is to see if the company is a fit for you, not just if you are a fit for them. Apply and interview for as many companies as you can so you end up at a "home" rather than just another job.
Your interview is live, so keep that in mind when choosing your location, surroundings, noise level, and dress code.
Unlike recorded video, Janeous' live video interview provides you with a phenomenal opportunity to not only answer questions, but to ask questions, so prepare a solid list of questions to ask.
FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE INTERVIEW SCREEN
The interface for your interview is very intuitive, but playing around with it during your interview will be distracting. If this is your first time using Janeous, take advantage of time and enter your interview 3 minutes early to get to know the features available to you.
Chat Messaging - Send a Thank You post-interview. If the interviewer wants to ask you for a follow up or resume, they will message you here, so be sure to check during your interview. After your interview, check Archived Interviews.
Feedback/Review - This is your opportunity to rate the company and interviewer, anonymously.
Job Details - Quick reference so you can keep track of the job specifics.
Profile - Your resume on hand, and the more information you fill out, the more prepared you will be during your interview.
HOW DOES THE INTERVIEW END?
Your interview can end one of a few ways:
Time is up and it cuts off.
The interviewer decides it's over and hangs up, or you decide it's over and you hang up.
One person accidentally hangs up, in which case you reconnect.
KEEPING TRACK OF INTERVIEW TIME
Know what time your interview ends.
Watch your own clock so you know when your interview is drawing to a close.
The red timer counts the time as soon as the interview begins. This means if the interview begins late, the countdown begins late and will not accurately time a full 20-minutes.
I GOT DISCONNECTED, WHAT DO I DO?
Simple, Reconnect! You will be brought back to your dashboard and able to click a button CLICK TO START INTERVIEW/RECONNECT.
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