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Description:  Writes, proofreads, and edits copy brochures and/or print documents.  Assist in estimating production costs, overseeing work done by external contractors, and preparation of the marketing program.  5 yrs. experience preferred.

Requirements:  Requires a bachelor degree in a related area and 4-6 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Specialize in hospitality writing. Television and radio experience is a plus.

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  1. Tell me briefly about yourself.
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  2. What are you are currently doing?

  3. What are your salary requirements?

  4. How do you stay current with changes in the industry?

  5. There's a saying "Do whatever it takes to get the job done".  What does it mean to you?

Follow-up:  Give me a recent example of what you did that exemplifies this statement.

  1. What do you know about our company?

  2. Do you work better by yourself or as part of a team?

  3. What things make a good team member?

Follow-up: Describe the role that you typically play on the team? 

  1. What type of people do you work best with?

  2. What makes you a great candidate for this position?

  3. What are some of your biggest accomplishments in your current position?

  4. Are you creative? Give me an example of your creativity.

  5. What are two things you wish to avoid in your next position?

  6. Anything else we should know about you?
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