Job Interview Tips with Andrea Macri

TOPIC: An interview with BA Team Lead Andrea Macri on the topic of job interviewing.



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Andrea Macri (left) and Georgia Motoc

Andrea Macri (left) and Georgia Motoc

This is my very first podcast.

The reason I’m starting this podcast is to give you first-hand information about topics related to testing. It’s one thing to read it in a book and imagine what is like and another to hear it from somebody doing that job every day.

You will listen to BA’s, QA’s, Leads, Project Managers, speakers at conferences, developers, IT recruiters – people who have something to say about testing. The sky is the limit! I hope you enjoy it.

Andrea Macri is a Business Analyst and Team Lead at one of the major banks in Toronto. Because she has been interviewing people in the last few weeks, I thought it would be interesting having her in my podcast, revealing some of the questions she asked and what is her perspective on the interviewing process.



Thanks Andrea!

You can find Andrea Macri on LinkedIn.

George Motoc produced my podcast.

3 responses to “Job Interview Tips with Andrea Macri

  1. Getting the job you want is almost always balanced on the success of your interview. Therefore, the key is to be prepared. Do your pre-interview homework, learn what questions you can anticipate and how best to answer them. Practice and preparation are key for a successful interview.
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  2. Is always nice to hear and get a sense of what the other side (in the case the interviewer) is looking for during an interview. Also, while I was listening I considered this as being not just a lesson for the interviewee but also a continuing education for present and future interviewers. I think professionals in both positions (interviewers and interviewees) should take this opportunity and listen to this interview more than once because there are a number of ideas, examples and recommendations that could be very valuable in the future. In my case I learned few things which I was not aware of, or I did not considered them as relevant as could be.
    Good job Georgia…


  3. Thanks for the feedback! I hope to provide valuable information in all my future podcasts.

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