woman(Who is Jessica? Jessica – Over 2 years experience in insurance industry seeking Customer Service Representative job)

Terry: Do you have any questions for me?

Jessica: Yes. Is there a structured career path for this Customer Service role? Are there promotions or recognition? What is the outlook of this position, what is expected?

Terry: All right, as the screener I’m not familiar with that particular department in terms of the specifics; however, the hiring manager has asked me to capture the questions from candidates so they can be prepared to address them when they do talk to people.

I have this question captured, are there additional questions you want me to add to the list for them?

Jessica: No, I think I’m fine.

Terry: Are there any questions that you have for me as the Screener?

Jessica: No, I don’t think so.  No, I don’t.

Terry: Then I would say that we’re at the end of this interview.  I appreciate your time today and your answers.  Do you have any final questions for me?

Jessica: No.  Thank you so much for your time.

Terry: Let me thank you for your time and we will be in touch when we know how we want to proceed.

Jessica: Thank you.

Terry: Thank you.

Here’s how I would rate this answer . . .

Q10. Do you have any questions for me? – JESSICA QUICK RATING – C

Didn’t ask about next step in hiring process or timeline, but did ask specific questions about position, could refine how you ask about those career path and recognition factors.

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