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Interview tips

  • The pharmaceutical segment
    • Invest in a language course. Most areas require English language skills and those with fluency stand out in a selection process. Major industries, whether national or international, use English for various processes.
    • Know the current rules: see which body usually regulates the area you are interested in acting and keep up to date with the laws and requirements.
    • Be willing to work in different places. The main pharmaceutical centers are in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais and Goiás. Remember that the plants are far from the big centers and most of the time you have to hit the road every day.
    • Take the opportunity to do internships and learn about other many areas in the pharmaceutical segment. It is important to know what you like and what makes you happy so that you can pursue your professional career.
  • Preparing your resume:

    The resume is your cover letter; this is how you will get the recruiter’s attention to be invited to an interview:

    • It should contain the dates when you started and left previous jobs, relevant academic information, your language skill levels and your key technical qualifications. Personal characteristics need not be in the curriculum.
    • You do not need to include information from your personal documents, such as your ID or CPF (Taxpayer Identification Number). The recruiter does not need this information and it might be dangerous to disclose it in the network.
    • Use an adequate, professional-looking font and clear and concise language. A good resume has a maximum of 2 pages.
    • Review your resume several times to check for possible grammatical errors; ask others for feedback. Grammar mistakes in a resume can be fatal!
    • Do not lie under any circumstance! Sometimes we want to overstate our computer or language skills. Remember that the selection process includes practical tests and you may find yourself in an awkward situation.
    • Be reasonable when sending your resume: Try to not send your resume everywhere indiscriminately or send to multiple people in the same email. Submit only to jobs that are aligned with your profile. It is important to include in the email’s Subject field the job for which you are applying .
  • In the interview
    • Arrive at the place where you will be interviewed 5-10 minutes before the scheduled time.
    • Try to get to know a little about the company before the interview; the interviewer is likely to see it as a positive attitude.
    • Your personal appearance is important too: professional clothes, combed hair and light makeup.
    • Show confidence in your ability and experience by trying to control your natural anxiety.
    • Sit properly, maintaining a straight posture. Do not talk too much, but also avoid monosyllabic answers such as: “yes”, “no”, “positive” etc. Be straight forward and do not use slang.
    • Look at the interviewer, focusing on him: do not get distracted.
    • During the interview do not smoke, chew gum or wear sunglasses, and turn off your cellphone.
    • When talking about your short-term goals, keep your focus on the job offered. Talk about yourself as a professional; the interviewer will ask about your personality in another environment if wants to know more.
    • Do not feel distressed when looking for a job. Be objective, convey enthusiasm: discouragement and frustration will only hinder you.
    • Listen to the interviewer and let him finish talking. Be formal but friendly. If necessary, ask questions, showing interest in learning, growing, and accepting challenges.
      Try to answer always with honesty and confidence.
    • Don’t talk badly about past employers. Maturity is knowing how to turn unsuccessful experiences into learning opportunities for the future.
  • During job search
    • You should always be up to date and informed about your area of ​​operation, the market in general, new technologies and industry trends.
    • Do not miss good opportunities. Get ready to start new jobs, even if at a lower hierarchical level. Be humble; think of it as a fresh start.
    • Build good work relationships with your colleagues. Reconnect with old colleagues, let your network knows that you are looking for a position. Recommendations at these times can be very helpful!


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