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(Woman) Well, welcome.
(Man) Thank you.
(Woman) Um why don't you start out today by telling me a little bit about yourself?
(Man) Sure.
My name is John Smith, I'm a student at the University of Minnesota.
I'm currently working towards my Bachelor's degree in Animal Science.
Um while attaining my degree, I've developed animal handling skills
while working as a volunteer at The Humane Society.
I've also developed Veterinary Medical skills while working,
while job shadowing a Livestock Veterinarian,
so I'm planning to graduate in the spring of 2012
and afterwards, I'm hoping to go on and become a veterinary assistant
so my long term plans are to go on to vet school,
become a veterinarian and eventually own my own clinic
and the reason I'm applying to the internship and your vet clinic
is in order to further utilize my education in Animal Science
and my passion for working with animals.
(Woman) Great.
What are some of your strengths?
(John Smith) I would say that my two main strengths are my attention to detail
and my organizational skills.
My attention to detail I developed while working as a hospital sanitary technician.
It was my job to go in prior to any surgery and clean and prepare the surgical room
and the equipment before they did a surgery
and so I knew that if I didn't clean and sanitize everything properly
that a patient could get even sicker from my negligence
so that really motivated me to pay close attention to what I was doing
and developed really good habits that ensure close attention to detail.
My organizational skills came from working years as a manager at Target.
I had to manage five employees, create schedules, track inventory,
so all those things really demanded good organizational skills.
Also maintaining databases, keeping accurate records,
all while going to school full-time also demanded organizational skills.
So I think those two things would be my strengths,
my close attention to detail and my strong organizational skills.
(Woman) Okay.
On the flip side what are some of your weaknesses?
(John) I would say that the biggest weakness in regards to this position
is the fact that I've never worked in a vet clinic before
so were I to be hired I would have to learn the different roles of the vet clinic;
the roles of the employees and kind of how everyone works together
in order to make the clinic run properly.
However I am a quick learner and I also think I have a number or experiences
that really helped prepare me for this type of job.
As I mentioned I did job shadowing with a livestock veterinarian,
so I already have some experience with veterinary medical procedures
with the medications and a few techniques.
My work as a sanitary technician helped prepare me
for working in a sterilized medical environment
and my work as a manager at Target showed me how teams work together
and how specialized roles can come together to accomplish a group goal.
So while if I were hired I would have a little bit of learning to do
I also think I have a number of positions that have really helped prepare me
for this type of position.
(Woman) Describe a time where you've had to complete multiple tasks
in a short period of time.
(John) Sure. Well last December I was going to school full-time
and I was working at Target part-time
and I was also the acting treasurer of the Animal Science Club
so finals were approaching for school, Target was ramping up its inventory
and hiring new employees to get ready for the holiday rush
and the Animal Science Club was getting ready to do a big fundraiser
so all of these things were demanding more time from me
and I knew that if I wanted to accomplish them all
I would really have to get organized and effectively manage my time
so my strategy was to actually use the calendar on my Smartphone
to manage my time and make sure that I gave proper attention
to everything that I needed to get done.
So I prioritized whatever I needed to get done according to the deadline.
I estimated the amount of time that it would take to accomplish each task
and then I blocked out that amount of time on my calendar, on my phone,
and this allowed me to manage my schedule at any time
and also to make sure that I was following the plan that I created.
Wherever I went I would always have my phone on me so-- and I also created--
alarms in order to remind myself what I should be doing at that time
just in case things got hectic and I needed to be reminded.
This really allowed me to effectively manage my time
to give proper attention to each task that I had to get done
and the result was that I got a 3.3 GPA for that semester,
we raised over $5,000 for the Animal Science Club
and I was also awarded the Outstanding Manager of the Holiday Season for Target.
(Woman) Okay.
Can you describe a time when you've been in conflict with a co-worker
or a team member and how you handled that situation?
(John) Sure. Well in my small animals class, we were assigned to a group
and given the responsibility of researching and writing a report
on a small domesticated animal.
My group decided to split up the different sections of the report
and have everyone do an individual portion,
then bring everyone's portion together to form the final product.
So we did that and when it came time to put everyone's parts together for the final report,
it was obvious that one team member, who I'll just call James,
didn't do his part up to standard.
It was obvious that he didn't put a lot of time or effort into it
so myself, the other team members, we were kind of upset
that we had worked so hard on our portions but he hadn't
and now our grade would suffer because of it.
But rather than confronting James, I took him aside,
away from the other group members and asked him what had happened.
So I listened to him as he explained to me that he wasn't able to put
as much time into the report as he would have liked
because he had some very legitimate personal issues going
on so he apologized to me and I sympathized with the situation
and I offered to help him finish his part of the report.
So we analyzed what needed to be done, what was left to be done.
We divided up the responsibilities and then we collaborated on the finished product
and we actually ended up getting it down that same day and getting it handed in on time.
So the result was that we got an A on the report with compliments from the professor.
(Woman) Okay.
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