An interview is uncomfortable for just about anyone: the stakes are high, you usually only get one chance, and it can seem like there’s no way to prepare for everything that might happen. But there are some tactics you can use to stand out from the crowd. With these tips, you can use the technical nature of your work to your advantage while clarifying the hiring choice for your non-IT interviewer.
1) Use Your Resume to Prepare.
They key to a good interview is a good resume. It should be accomplishment-oriented, describing in quantifiable terms the positive changes your work brought about.