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How to Conduct an Interview 
Managers will participate in mock interviews using the skills they learned in the one hour training. These skills include 1) identify interview skills of potential candidates 2) ask 5-6 quality questions about job description and resume 3) ask 2-3 follow up questions to clarify credentials.
Rubric Code: Q2WB266
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Excellent

5 pts

Good

4 pts

Fair

3 pts

Poor

2 pts

Relevance
30 %

Excellent

Relevant questions are asked. Manager stays on topic and does not wander from question. Recognizes key words in resume and candidates answers regarding interviewee skills by mentioning them in introduction.
Good

Most of the questions are relevant and connected. Manager stays mostly on topic. identifies at least two skills from resume or introduction.
Fair

Some of the questions are relevant and connected. Manager stays mostly on topic but may stray occasionally.
Poor

Questions are all over the place, does not seem relevant to interviewer or interviewee. OR the interview is not conducted.
Follow-up/preparation
30 %

Excellent

Interviewer communicates well and knows what s/he is going to say. Asks 2 or more clarifying questions that may not be answered in one word. There is a sequence to the questions.
Good

It is obvious, most of the time, that interviewer practiced. S/he communicates well and ask at least one clarifying question.
Fair

It is not quite obvious the interviewer practiced. S/he communicates but may need support. Does not ask any clarifying questions.
Poor

It is obvious the interviewer has not practiced. S/he did not communicate well or know what to say.
Style
10 %

Excellent

Interviewer is poised. Does not fidget, speaks clearly, and loud enough for audience.
Good

Interviewer is mostly poised. Does not fidget much, speaks clearly, and can be heard by the audience.
Fair

Interviewer is nervous. Does fidget, does not speak clearly, nor loud enough for audience, can still be heard but slightly.
Poor

Interviewer is nervous, unprepared. S/he fidgets, does not speak clearly, or loud enough for audience. Eye contact is lacking and/or audience is never addressed.










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