Interview questions by job
An overview of what to look for in candidates as well as a sample of appropriate interview questions is provided in this Journalist interview profile.
To begin a meaningful conversation with prospective journalist or reporter candidates, use their portfolio of published articles and newscasts. Once you have reached the interview phase, you should only see candidates who have polished work samples that relate to the audience of your organization. After conducting these interviews, you should be able to verify the hard and soft skills that you require. If you’re a digital-first outlet, for example, it might be helpful for candidates to have some familiarity with a CRM, publishing tools like WordPress, or social media. Discuss their role in creating a complex project with a similar team setup if they will be working closely with you in a cross-functional team. Ask them about their experience in uncovering and pitching their own story ideas if they will be required to do so most of the time. Finally, top marks go to candidates who have applied because they clearly see a strong fit for themselves within your organization and can back that up with knowledge of your audience and the Kind of work you typically produce.
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