At the beginning of the hiring process, the interviewer will think about the open position and construct a profile of the ideal candidate for that job.  The closer you come to that profile, the greater your chances are of getting the job.

The best way to discover what the employer is looking for is to ask the interviewer, “Can you describe for me the ideal candidate for this position?” If you don’t have the luxury of asking this question, or if the interviewer hasn’t thought about an ideal candidate, you’ll have to figure the answer out for yourself.  The published want ad, or if you can obtain it, the company’s job description, will usually describe the knowledge, skills,  traits and experience necessary for the job.  If you know someone who works at the company, ask them what it’s like to work there. “What traits are rewarded or discouraged by the company.”

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News & helpful tips from Southeast KANSASWORKS

Debbie Cherry Awarded Volunteer of the Year Award

Debbie Cherry, Workforce Specialist for the Pittsburg Workforce Center, was given the Volunteer of the Year award last night at the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet. Congratulations, Debbie!

Lana Davis Recognized for 30 Years of Service to the State of Kansas

Lana Davis, TAA Case Manager for the Emporia Workforce Center, was recognized for her 30 years of service to the State of Kansas. Congratulations, Lana!

First Spanish Translator Apprentice in the State of Kansas

Flint Hills Community Health center has partnered with Southeast KANSASWORKS to utilize the Kansas Registered Apprenticeship Program to sign the first Spanish Translator apprentice in the entire State of Kansas. Through this program, Flint Hills Community Health...

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Southeast KANSASWORKS, Inc. is one of five Workforce Development Areas in Kansas designated by the Governor under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.

We serve the residents of 17 Kansas counties: Allen, Anderson, Bourbon, Coffey, Chautauqua, Cherokee, Crawford, Elk, Greenwood, Labette, Linn, Lyon, Miami, Montgomery, Wilson, and Woodson.

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