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مصاحبه و جواب هاش !!

1390/11/21 ساعت 00:44

این جوری که به نظر می رسه این روزها افیسر ها تعداد مصاحبه رو بیشتر کردند و یه جورایی همه رو از این فیلتر می گذرونند. قبلا سوال هایی که توی مصاحبه پرسیده می شه رو گذاشته بودم و امروز موفق شدم جواب هاش رو پیدا کنم .. احتمال اینکه سوال هایی که ازتون پرسیده می شه شبیه این سوال ها باشه خیلی زیاده چون چند نفر به من تائید دادند که همین سوال ها و یا حداقل در همین زمینه ها پرسیده شده اما این هیچ تعهدی نیست که سوال دیگه نپرسن.. به هرحال حفظ آرامش به نظر من کلید موفقیت هست..  

جواب ها رو من ننوشتم و از همون منبعی که سوال ها رو پیدا کردم جواب ها رو پیدا کردم. بعضی از جواب ها کاملا شخصیه و به شرایط شما برمی گرده اما بعضیش کلی و قابل پاسخ. اگر سوالی هست که جواب عمومی داره و بتونیم کمک کنیم حتما بگید. ایشالا همه رو اینجا ببینم ..   

راستی دوستانی که ویزا گرفتند و یا می گیرند در آینده خواهشا باز هم به اینجا سر بزنن چون اونها بهترین منبع برای اطلاع رسانی به بقیه هستند .. و می تونند از راهی که رفتند دست بقیه رو هم بگیرند .. و یا مثلا کسی اگر مصاحبه کرده تازگی ها سوال ها رو با بقیه به اشتراک بگذاره . ممنون  

سپیده 

 

Q: How do you plan to get a job?

A: 3 main ways; websites (www.seek.co.nz/ or www.trademe.co.nz or jobs.search4.co.nz or myjobspace.co.nz/search ), News papers: NZ Herald or local newspapers, employment agencies like ‘work and income NZ’.
Q: What Challenges have you expected?

A: settling and finding a house, getting used to driving on the left side of the road, finding my way around, getting a job, finding suitable schools for my kids, getting used to the weather, way of life and NZ accent. Finding good friends.

Q: What would you do if having difficulties applying for a job?

A: Support if can’t find a job. Or I can support myself for how long. Or thinking about alternative jobs.


Q: Do you go for Alternative career?

A: Yes, why not


Q: Consider community service?

A: Yes, why not

Q: Who do you know in NZ?

A: Tell them if you have any relatives or friends.

Q: How will contacts help in settling?

A: If no relatives available: will find work in other jobs even if it means low pay and difficult shifts, this will help until I can get a better job.


Q: what If no relatives available?

Q: Why NZ?

A: Stable, peaceful country, English Speaking, Excellent record of human rights, Very good racial harmony and tolerance compared to other countries, Moderate climate, Known for beautiful natural scenery

Q: Where in NZ?

A: It is good if you know a little bit about cities or the city you are going to.


Q: Cost of living?

Q: Plans on how to get started.

A: the plan is generally look for renting, and start looking for a job, Apply to get a driver’s license and buy a car, get children into schools.

Q: How much does a house cost?

Q: Plans to send children to a particular school

Q: What is your plan?
Q: Do you have any relatives/friends?
Q: What kind of media did you use for research about NZ?

A: Internet has been the most powerful tool and I have registered at various forums to get as much information possible.

Q: What will you do if you don't get a job as quickly as you would have hoped
Q: What have you done to look for employment so far?
Q: What support will you have in NZ?
Q: What would you do if you came across any obstacles? (List possible obstacles)
Q: What do you think about the impact of migrants on the socio-economic balance of New Q: Q: Zealand and the wider South West Pacific basin?
Q: How much money did we think we needed to make a good living in NZ

A: salary bracket for my current role stands between NZD …… , if there is any problem with employment I will consider to take up junior roles during the interim period.

Q: How long did we think it would take to find work?

A: I consider my self to be lucky that within my experience I always had continuity at jobs, though I’d give about 3-4 weeks time frame to find a work.

Q: Mainly how do you plan to make friends ?

A: By participating in volunteering and social work. Membership at social clubs, gym etc.

Q: How do you intend to find work ?

Q: What will your Partner do for a living?

A: My Partner is a ….. and has her qualification listed on NZIS website; she can look for ……  job as well.

Q: When do you want to go?

A: In about 3 months time, as I’d need to train a replacement at my work and do … here my home town.

Q: What is your financial situation?
Q: What wages to you expect?
Q: How much do you expect to pay for your flat/house?

A: After a research, I could gauge the rentals to be around NZD 250-450 per week in CBD area, on a long term I can streamline my expenses and look for reasonable accommodation as well.

Q: How will you build up your social networks and get new friends?

By participating in volunteering and social work. Membership at social clubs, gym etc.

Q: Why do you want to leave your home country?

A: Good racial and cultural balance

Better place to retire and settle on a long term

Excellent human rights

Cleaner and much greener country with good land scapes, work-life balance

Q: Why do you want to go to NZ?

[Same answers as above]

Q: Have you considered going anywhere else?

A: One consideration that I’d made in 2007 to move to Australia but that did not fit as much as NZ fitted our need. Again work-life balance is much better in NZ than Australia.

Q: What have you heard about NZ?
Q: What do you know about NZ?

Q: Have you ever been before, even for a visit?
Q: Do you have any friends in NZ?

Q: Has anyone given you any advice about moving to NZ?
Q: What will you do if you can’t find a job?
Q: Have you ever worked away from your hometown?
Q: Have you any idea what you might earn in NZ?

Q: Have you thought about the cost of living?

Q: Where do you want to live?

A: Prefer CBD areas of Auckland and Wellington but open to any place where my work takes me.

Q: What will you do for accommodation initially?

A: If I go there with a job then will certainly book a good hotel for first 15 days, otherwise will look for a cheaper accommodation like motel/Bed & Breakfast and then looking for rentals.

Q: Are you planning on renting or buying property when you arrive in NZ?

A: Right now, I’m looking to rent the property whereas on a long term I would like to study the market, have a look n feel of the places and then invest.

Q: What if you do not find work in the area you have chosen to live in?
Q: How will you support yourselves?
Q: What have you heard about the NZ life style and from whom?
Q: How will you overcome barriers that you encounter?

A: By interacting with the local people, participating in the cultural events, travelling. Make some good friends who can guide us.

Q: What do you know about the education system?
Q: What interests do you have?
Q: What do you like about NZ, as opposed to Australia, say, that makes you want to move here?
Q: Why are you moving to NZ right now?

A: : I’m a bit over 30 now and it’d be ideal to plan a country to settle for long term. Its right age to adapt to new place and culture than after 5-10 years. I will be able to contribute more towards the country while settling, this peak period of my career with give a win-win situation to me/NZ.

Q: What sort of support would your friends give if you were without a job?

A: Initial accommodation

Renting a place

Financial help if required.

Guide through the city/places around.

Q: If your current job were to end, could you find skilled employment?
Q: What have you done to look for skilled employment?
Q: What companies would you apply at to find such employment?
Q: What would you do if you could not find a job in your desired field? 

Q: What sort of difficulties do you expect to face in NZ?
Q: What would you do if you faced one of those obstacles?Where do you want to live long-term?
Q: What is your long-term plan?

Q: What support do you have in NZ?

Q: Do you have any further comments or questions for me?

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