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What makes you qualified for this role?

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    What makes you qualified for this role?

      For many who apply to Boeing, they never even get to the interview stage, so - pat yourself on the back! Now it's your job to win the interviewers over by explaining what makes you the best candidate for their open position.

      They know you're qualified on paper, but now you need to give examples and share qualities that make you stand out above the rest. Boeing is looking for leaders across every department. Even if you're not interviewing for a management role, your initiative and communication skills will help you be an active leader in your field.

      Your ability to interact with customers, clients and coworkers will also make you an asset. Review the job description and reflect on some specific examples that show you are the most qualified for this role.

      Rachelle's Answer

      "I am qualified for this role because, in addition to meeting all of your must-have requirements, I also check the boxes for your nice-to-haves. I bring a history of exceeding my targets in my current role and bring positive performance reports for the last five years. I am dedicated to my employer and will increase your productivity exponentially. I am ready for this challenge and look forward to joining your esteemed organization."

      Anonymous Answer

      "I meet all of the required components as wells as many of the preferred qualities. I am highly self-motivated and results-oriented. I have a resilient work ethic and will increase the success and productivity of Boeing within my role. I am eager to learn and take on new tasks and more responsibility."

      Rachelle's Answer

      I like that you referred back to the Boeing job description, mentioning that you check all the boxes! Energetic and eager response.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "Prior to my current position, I was a retail pharmacist for a couple of years. A major part of my job was reviewing medication orders and identifying medication problems and resolving them. Also, accurately dispensing and compounding medication, as ordered by physicians. Since I worked at one of the busiest pharmacies in the city, I had an experience with supervising five technicians at any given time. In my current position as a medication therapy management pharmacist, I am able to provide counseling for each patient. This gives me the opportunity to help each patient improve the way they manage their health conditions, and completing each review helps me identify and resolve any therapy-related problems. Completing comprehensive medication reviews with medical staff, especially nurses for patients who reside in long-term care facilities, has given me the opportunity to provide the medical staff with drug information and education when needed. I often communicate and discuss clinical recommendations or interventions with prescribers, especially when discrepancies are identified in the patient’s therapy, and I also complete plenty of Targeted Intervention Programs (or as known as TIPs), so I have the ability and the experience to consult physicians, interpret clinical guidelines criteria for them, and advise them of suitable formulary alternatives when needed. Although transitioning from an outpatient to an inpatient setting can have a bit of a knowledge gap, I am very excited and quick to learn new things. I'm good at using resources and figuring things out on my own, and I will do whatever it takes to fill that knowledge gap as quickly as possible, even if that means working on my clinical knowledge during my personal time, when I am off work. With that being said I believe that I possess all the skills needed to not only meet but exceed the expectations for this position."

      Rachelle's Answer

      You do an excellent job qualifying yourself for the role. You are diligent and seem to be deeply dedicated to your career as well as professional development. These are great details provided in your response!

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