I have a telephone job interview in a couple of days. What is the best way to prepare for it? It's a for a Welfare Fraud Investigator job, which is a job that will involve a lot of contact with the public and interviewing people and doing a lot of paperwork. I really have no idea what kind of questions will be asked in the interview though.
Have you ever had a telephone interview before? If so, what was it for? What kind of questions were asked? How did you answer? Did you succeed?
Phone interviews ask a lot of the same questions in-person interviews do (Tell me about yourself, what is your greatest accomplishment, do what do in (situation related to job)).
The only thing since body language does not apply, your conviction and tone when answering becomes critically important.
1 last thing, even if you succeed here, this likely isn't the end of it. No job I've ever gone for didn't also have an in-person interview afterward.
Basically just a job for scumbags, you'll be pressured to get as many people as possible even if they are illegitimately ill. They really tried to get my brother with downs, who also has a very rare degenerative disorder of the brain which renders him unable to speak and do certain tasks.