RSC - Publishing Editor Interview Questions & Answers
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Interview processOnce my application had been accepted I was invited to an Assessment day. The day involved; an introductory exercise to test our communication skills, a tour of the offices with discussions with staff, a group assessment, a 45 minute interview with 2 interviewers per applicant and an hour and a half individual assessment where editing skills were tested. The layout of the day worked well as it allowed everyone to relax into the assessments. Throughout the day 10 or more staff members watched our actions. The interviewers took turns to ask a variety of questions involving giving an example of how you have used a skill in the past.
Most difficult questionDescribe a problem you have faced in the past that you did not deal with well and how you would have dealt with it in hindsight.
Interview tipsMake sure you are presentable and try to make yourself known to all of the members of staff observing you. Be friendly and memorable. If you haven't done any professional editing make sure you get lots of practice before attending the interview.
Experiences at the assessment centreWe were divided in to two groups of 7 and had to complete a timed challenge to test teamwork skills.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
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