In english!


Entrevista de emprego é uma droga, só em ver essa fotinho me dá arrepios, agora imagina uma em inglês??? Como eu havia prometido, hoje meu post será sobre entrevista de emprego em inglês. O título do post é em homenagem a minha prof do curso que está sempre gritando "In english" pros alunos. rsrs 
Eu não sou nenhuma expert em inglês, e essas dicas só servem se você já tem alguma base, portanto eu aconselho a todos a entrarem num curso até pq hoje o mercado de trabalho está exigindo que você fale algum outro idioma, geralmente o inglês ou espanhol. 
Bom, faz algumas semanas que eu passei por uma entrevista em inglês. Eu fiquei muito nervosa e vasculhei o google por algumas dicas e acabei encontrando um site interessante com algumas perguntas e respostas que podem ser feitas durante a interview. 

Falando sobre sua vida.
Hi --------, how are you? Ready for the interview?
Tell me about you. How old are you?
- I’m 45 years old.
Where do you live?
- 988 João Alves Avenue, North zone, Vila Pires – São Paulo
When were you born?
- I was born on June 2nd, 1962.
How many children do you have?
- I have one daughter
How old is she?
- She is twelve years old.
Are you married?
- Yes, I am.
How long have you been married?
- I’ve been married for 19 years.
What’s your wife’s name?
- My wife’s name is de Carla Souza Bovolini
How old is she?
- She is thirty-eight years old.
What’s her job?
- She is a Portuguese Teacher.

Personalidade do Entrevistado.
How is your personality? What are your qualities?
- I am a calm, friendly, dedicated, disciplined, polite and responsible person.
- I am not an aggressive leader; I treat my co-workers with respect. I don’t shout at my subordinates I have patience with them.
- I am a creative person.
- I have creativity in problem solving.
- I am an organized person!
And what are your faults?
I am a little anxious sometimes.

Sobre os estudos.
What did you major in?
- I graduated in Philosophy.
Which college did you graduate from?
- I studied at the FTU Triweender Universal College in São Paulo.
What year did you graduate in?
- I graduated in 1993.
What courses did you take in the Security area?
- I took classes in security job at Colégio de Pinheiros and I took a lot of industrial security courses during my career – since 1994.
Did you take any language courses? Tell me about them…
- I took classes in Spanish and English and my level in English is intermediate and in Spanish is fluent.
Where do you learn languages?
- I am taking English classes with a private teacher.
- I took Spanish classes with a private teacher too.

Sobre experiência profissional.
How come you work in security?
My father was an officer in the Portuguese army so I followed him.
Tell me about your professional experience … where you worked, what was your experience in this area…
1. I got my first job when I was 18 years old as an Air Force soldier. I stayed there for one year.
2. Then I worked for an Accounting office for two years as an Assistant.
3. After that I worked for the Military Police as a Second Sergeant. I decided to leave there because the salary was too low.
4. For 3 years I worked as a pet shop owner. I had financial difficulties and I decided to sell it and to work in a bank.
5. After that I worked for a bank as Security Inspector. I stayed there for 6 months. I decided to leave there because the salary was too low.
6. Then I worked for a shopping mall as a Security Supervisor. I stayed there for three years. I was fired without just cause.
7. After that I worked for a hospital as a Security Supervisor. I stayed there for 8 months. I was laid off because the management changed.
8. Then I worked in auto sales. I stayed there for 3 years. I was laid off. I think that company had financial difficulties
9. After that I worked in the Cumbica International Airport as a Security Coordinator. I stayed there for 2 years. I was laid off because management changed.
10. Then I worked for a auto parts manufacturer. They make auto parts, I worked as a Security Coordinator. I decided to quit because it wasn’t possible to advance my career there.
11. After that, I worked in my last company, Saint Gobain as a Security Coordinator. They make dishes, glasses, and cups. I was laid off because I think the company had financial difficulties.
 
Trajeto para o trabalho.
How will you come to work?
- I will come to work by car and sometimes by subway or bus.
How long will it take you to get here?
- From Vila Pires to Morumbi, it will take me fifty minutes by car, or one hour and thirty minutes by subway and by bus.
Where will you come from to get here?
- I will come here from Vila Pires.
- I wish to live near my next job, so I am planning to move because the traffic is terrible in São Paulo.

Falando sobre o futuro.
Tell me about your future. Do you intend to take courses?
- Yes, I do.
What courses do you intend to do?
- I intend to take security courses and English courses.
Why?
- Because I want to take a lot of industrial (indústrial) security courses (corses) once a month.
- I think if I work in this company, in one year from now I will speak English fluently.

Postura no ambiente de trabalho.
Talk about your experience in this area.
- Well, I know about security service, security technology, security guard training, industry risk management, electronic (electrônic) security etc.
Describe what you feel to be an ideal working environment.
- I think that it must have respect between co-workers and a lot of dedication for the work.
How come you want to work for us? Why do you want to work for us?
- I’d be happy to work in this company because it is an excellent company in the education area.
- And I like to work with teenagers. It’s very exciting to be able to work in a school.
Why our company should to hire you?
- Because I have a lot of experience in the industrial security area, and I know how to work with teenagers.
- I really like working with teenagers and children.
- I like teamwork.
- I like taking the initiative to solve problems.
Why should we hire you?
- I want to develop my career in this company. I like working in education because it is very interesting.

Vida particular
What did you like to do on weekends?
Well, I like to surf the internet, read newspapers, walk with my family in the shopping mall, at the park etc. I like to read magazines about health. I can play the piano and guitar.
Have you ever seen the movie Dead Poets Society?
- No, I haven’t;
What kind of food do you like?
I like Italian food. I like pizza very much.
What day is today?
Today is September 11th.

Finalizando.
Is there anything that you want to add?
- What should I add?
You should add something when you want to add something about for you.
For example, if the person who is interviewing you didn’t question you about your personality, you can say:

“So, I want to add that I am a friendly and polite person.”
Ok then, thanks for your interview. We will decide and then we will contact you.
- Ok! Thank you.

Fonte: English experts 

A notícia ruim é que eu não passei na entrevista, mas não foi por causa do inglês e sim por minha falta de experiência na minha área, e a notícia boa é que algumas perguntinhas desse questionário foram feitas pra mim. 
Fica a dica do que pode ser perguntado, pra vocês não terem nenhuma surpresa na hora, e boa sorte! :) Se tiverem alguma dúvida com o vocabulário, ficarei feliz  em ajudar.

Beijos meninas, e eu volto com uma super dica para os cabelos (Oi camila! rsrs).  
 














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  1. Nossa. Esse emprego (estágio, actually) que estou agora teve a dinâmica em inglês. Quase morri tendo que falar na frente de umas 20 pessoas em inglês. Eu nunca fiz curso portanto nunca tinha falado em inglês com ninguém. Boa situação pra uma primeira vez, hein? rsrs
    A boa notícia é que sim, eu passei, estava mega nervosa mas parece q nao fui tao mal assim.

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  2. Eu tô doida pra fazer uma entrevista em inglês...hahahaa..deve ser legal, apesar que eu só leio, escrevo e traduzo mesmo, porque a minha pronúncia, isn't so cool..haha....preciso voltar para o curso e terminá-lo...Adorei este post, amiga!!!
    Vai falar sobre cabelos, é? rsrrs..
    É,este toalete está prestes a virar um ringue mesmo, é uma que muda layout enquanto a outra viaja, é a outra que vai falar sobre o tema de uma...kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk...ainda bem que agente se entende,e adoramos uma bagunça mesmo...kkkkkkk

    Bjoss!!

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  3. Eu também queria passar por uma entrevista assim, mas já estou trabalhando bastante no momento, obrigada. kkkkk
    Aqui na empresa tem um chefe que, desde que descobriu q sei inglês, só fala comigo 'in English', vê se pode?? kkkk
    Eu enrolo e nem sempre sai certo, mas pelo menos ele me entende... hahaha
    E fico contente que consegui entender tudinho do que tá escrito aí! :D

    Bjuss vaka

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  4. Eu amo Inglês,mais num país cujo índice de analfabetização é grande ,considero um absurdo hoje exigirem tanto de um profissional pra o mercado de trabalho,mais fazer o que né? isso é BRASIL!!

    Obs: Karina está se vingando por causa da mundança do layout!! hauahauhau. Vai ver só, vou falar da sua parte da fofoca (rs), to zuando en...pode falar sim, aqui é tudo nosso!! bjs

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  5. Inglês praaaaaaático...

    Passei por aqui e tou adorando.



    abração Gilrs!

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