Creditors clerk interview questions and answers?


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A number of questions that might be asked at a creditor's clerk interview are listed below. You should prepare answers in advance, although you should avoid learning these answers in parrot fashion - instead, get an idea of what you would like to say and let your words flow naturally.

Maintain a positive and clear tone of voice, as this subconsciously draws your interviewer towards you. Take a look at the example questions below to get an idea of what you may be asked, and consider how you could go about answering them.

  • Why do you wish to take up this position as creditor's clerk?
To answer this question, you should mention how it is your vocation to keep things organized and orderly in an office environment. If you have completed clerk or secretarial work before, you should be sure to mention this, saying how you enjoyed the experience and found it rewarding. It could also be beneficial to include how you seek to service those you will be working with (in this case, creditors) to make their daily working lives easier.

  • What can you bring to this organization?
Here, you should speak positively about working in an office environment. You could mention ideas regarding organization skills you have, to show how your methods could improve the functioning of the workplace. Express how you feel it is important to present a professional image at all times, particularly when dealing with customers.

  • What would you do if there was no one in the office, and the creditor's phone rang?
Explain how you would go about answering the phone in a professional manner. Say you would clearly state the organization the caller has reached and mention that you are not the creditor. Express that you would inform the caller that the creditor was not currently in the office, and offer to take a message, which would be swiftly passed on.

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