After an interview, it's important to follow up with the employer to show your interest in the position. This can be done through a jobs board or other means. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your follow-up. First, review the plans that you discussed during the interview.
Think about how your experience and skills can help the company meet their goals. Let the hiring manager know that you are willing to provide any additional information they may need and confirm when a final decision will be made. Next, decide who to contact next. If you have already sent an email to a Human Resources representative, try reaching out to the hiring manager or someone in the department where you interviewed.
Alternatively, if you have been emailing the hiring manager before the interview and they haven't responded, try contacting Human Resources. Remember that the job search process is a two-way street. Just as employers are deciding if you are the right fit for the position, use the interview to learn more about the company and see if it is a good fit for you. By following these tips, you can make sure that your follow-up is effective and shows your interest in the position.