Getting ready for an interview at Bulb means taking some time to think about your goals and qualifications relative to the position.
It’s also a good idea to click around our website, take a look at our values and check us out on social media. Feeling prepared for an interview will help to keep any nerves at bay so that you can perform at your best.
If you need us to make any adjustments for your interview or in your role, please let us know, so we can work together to set you up for success at Bulb.
Review the job description
The more familiar you are with the job description, the easier it’ll be to show us in the interview that you’re qualified for the role. The description may also give you ideas about the kind of questions the Hiring Manager might ask.
Think about why you’re interviewing
During your interview, you should be prepared to tell us why you want the job and why you’re qualified. You should be comfortable explaining your interest in the opportunity and why you’re a great fit.
Do some background reading
Doing some research on Bulb is an important part of preparing for your interview. Not only will it help to provide context for your interview conversations, but it will also help you to prepare thoughtful questions for your interviewers.
Know your work history
A common mistake is not being able to remember your own career journey. Make sure you’re able to confidently relay your work history.
This will also come in handy when answering competency-based interview questions. For example, tell us about a time you’ve overcome a challenge? What are your strengths and weaknesses? Or (a Bulb favourite) how do you use data in your role? When describing a project, remember to talk about how you had an impact, rather than the wider team.