A: Tell me about yourself and your past experience.
B: I have worked as an executive secretary for five years, first for a tradingcompany, and now I am working for a trust company. I interact well with peers,clients, administrators and bosses. I thrive on challenge and work well inhigh-stress environments.
A: How are your typing and shorthand skills?
B: I can type 100 Chinese words a minute and take dictation in English at 150words a minute.
A: Can you operate computers skillfully?
B: Yes, I can. I have received some special training in computers. Besides I amgood at operating common office ma-chines,such as fax machines and duplicatingmachines.
A: Sometimes we are very busy and need to work overtime. How doyou feel about that?
B: That's all right. But could you tell me how often and how many hours I shouldwork overtime?
A: It just depends. If we have important visiting delegations,you have to stay with us. It's not unusual.
B: Mr. Smith, I'd like to ask you a question.
A: OK, please.
B: What specific duties would I perform if I am hired?
A: Nothing different from a secretary's common responsibilities.However, you know , our company is an international trade-oriented company. Canyou handle English papers and write English correspondence?
B: Yes. I'm specialized in English secretary studies at college and that's one ofthe main parts of my present job.
A: What are your salary expectations?
B: I really need more information about the job before we start to discuss salary.Maybe you could tell me what is budge-ted for the position.
A: ￥4000，with raises afterthe half year according to your competence.
B: I think it's acceptable and I really like the job. And when can I know thedecision?
A: We'll inform you of our final decision by early August. Doyou have any other questions?
B: No. Thank you for the time.