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What are some tips for doing well in the interview


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Do some research into the trust. Relax and and answer any questions as well as you can. Make sure to bring any paperwork that may be required just incase you’re asked for it. Also think about any questions that you may have regarding the job.

Answered - Bank staff (Current Employee) - Brockfield house Kemble way Runwell

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If you show confidence and are sophisticated then you are more likely to look the part for the job.

Answered - Porter (Former Employee) - Wirral, Merseyside

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Just answer the questions what you think the best answer.

Answered - HCSW (Current Employee) - Aberdeen, Aberdeen City

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Speak coherently, maintain positive body language and don't be too nervous.

Answered - Healthcare Assistant (HCA) (Current Employee) - Derby

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Be professional and polite and try to be as knowlageable as possible

Answered - Royal blackburn hospital (Former Employee) - Blackburn, Lancashire

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Be honest, be yourself and take your time.

Answered - Nurse (Former Employee) - Leeds, West Yorkshire

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Go into detail about confidentiality

Answered - Receptionist and Administrator (Current Employee) - Preston, Lancashire

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