Congratulations! You got the call you've been waiting for and you've scheduled an inperson interview. But that doesn't mean you can relax. Even though you've been in the business a while and have a wealth of supply chain and logistics expertise to offer, you can't expect that to carry you through. You still have to sell yourself to the interviewer.
So don't take this interview lightly. Your resume may have gotten you in the door, but it's the interview that will get you the job. As always, preparation is the key. Here are some tips for preparing for an inperson interview:
Editor's note: This is the fourth of a multi-part series on job hunting. Next month: preparing for the telephone interview. Read part one: landing your dream job | Read part two: writing a killer resume | Read part three: you've sent off your resume, now what?