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What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at NHS?

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  • Bring notes

  • Be honest and professional.

  • Be Likeable and Knowledgeable.

  • It’s quite difficult the application process is also long I would really prepere and read the job spec

  • Bring all your ID, a question which will come up is name a time when you had conflict in the workplace and how did you manage this?

  • Depending on the department, have relevant examples that matches the job description/job you applying to. Have some knowledge about what they do, their clients etc. They may ask you the same question twice but worded differently, so ensure you know your cv/examples and the role you are applying to.

  • You must have some related experiences

  • Best ask hiring manager actual job.

  • go dressed professionally and be polite
    do your research beforehand and make sure you know about the company

  • Prepare well for the interview about the drugs and packaging plus inputting of drugs.

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