In the interview, evaluators commonly score your communication skills, analytical skills, preparation for the job/career, and knowledge of a particular subject. Be prepared. Find out a bit about our agency and the department you would be working for.
Think about your strengths and weaknesses and be able to talk about them.
Be prepared to speak about your past and current jobs and responsibilities, as well as the reasons for leaving former jobs.
Be on time, or early.
Listen to the question in its entirety, think first, and then answer what you think or believe. Don’t try to anticipate what you think the evaluators want to hear.
When answering questions don’t use slang or inappropriate words. Try to make eye contact, be relaxed and personable, and be yourself.
Put yourself in the role of the job when you answer a situational question.
Don’t be afraid to sell yourself and talk about your abilities, but be aware of the fine line between selling yourself and boasting. Remember, the panel is asking the same questions of all candidates – be memorable.
Be aware of your mannerisms and try not to distract the panel members. Some nervousness is natural, but the more confidence you display, the better.
Here at Homes for Good we care deeply about the safety of our residents and staff and understand that we have an important work to do in providing crucial services for low-income families in Lane County.
We are actively monitoring the information regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) in collaboration with Lane County, HUD, and other agencies throughout the community.
As a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we will be closing our lobbies and site offices to the public from March 17th until further notice . We encourage those who need assistance to call, and to submit paperwork via email , fax, or through our mail drop box.
As we learn more about the virus, Homes for Good will continue updating our website and social media channels to keep you up to date with current development.
You can view more information about Homes for Good's response to COVID-19 here on our designated COVID-19 landing page.
Como medida de precaución para evitar la propagación de COVID-19, cerraremos nuestros vestíbulos y oficinas del sitio al público desde el 17 de marzo hasta nuevo aviso. Alentamos a aquellos que necesitan asistencia a llamar y enviar documentos por correo electrónico , fax o por medio de nuestra ranura de correo. Puede ver más información sobre la respuesta de Homes for Good a COVID-19 aquí en nuestra página de destino COVID-19 designada.