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What to say when you call to ask if they’re hiring?

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  • Ask for the person who is responsible for hiring.
  • Go ahead and introduce yourself.
  • Mention that there are mutual connections.
  • Explain your qualifications.
  • Ask about the interview.
  • If there isn’t a job available.
  • Thank her for her time.

If you can’t find vacancies in your field, you don’t have to wait until an ad matching your qualifications is posted. The ability to get to the point quickly and show respect for the employer’s time is required for effective cold-calling. You can find the company’s website or call the receptionist in the department you want to work in to find out the name and title of the hiring manager.

If you want to work in the human resources department, you shouldn’t let anyone refer you to that. Specific about how you know the person who referred you, for example, if the two of you volunteer for the same charity or if you met him at an industry conference or networking event.

Once the employer agrees to talk to you, give her a concise summary of your qualifications and what you can contribute to the company.

How do you politely ask if someone is hiring?

Contact the hiring manager. Before asking if there are any open positions in your field, you should outline your educational and work background. You can write a letter to Mr. Smith, saying that you are interested in working for XYZ Plumbing.

How do you ask if they are hiring over the phone?

To speak to human resources, personnel or the person responsible for hiring, ask. Call to learn about the company. State briefly what your value is to the company and ask about current or expected employment opportunities. Don’t leave messages.

How do you ask about hiring status?

I would like to inquire about the progress of your hiring decision and the status of my job application, following up for the position of [position name]. I want to work with your company. Thanks for your time and consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

How do you politely ask if hired?

Start the email by telling the interviewer who you are. I had an interview for your position last week. Make sure you mention you’re still interested in the job, and then ask if they’ve made any decisions in the hiring process.

Is it OK to ask about application status?

Unless the listing states otherwise, it’s perfectly acceptable to call the hiring manager if you haven’t heard back after two weeks. If you have to leave a voicemail or someone picks up the phone, you need a different strategy.

Deborah W. Nason Writer. Twitter ninja. Wannabe organizer. Avid troublemaker. Bacon geek. Tv evangelist.

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