1. This concludes our interview. Do you have any questions for us?
2. How would your friends describe your personality?
3. The NHS prides itself on offering inclusive, non-discriminatory care. Do you agree with our approach?
4. How do you deal with constructive criticism, even when delivered in a manner you do not prefer?
5. How well do you work under pressure?
6. How would you describe your communication skills?
7. How will you earn your colleagues' trust and respect?
8. How well do you work with others?
9. What are your strengths?
10. What is your greatest weakness, and what are you doing to improve?
11. How would you describe your time management skills?
12. What are your hobbies and interests outside of work?
13. Where do you see yourself in ten years?
14. Tell us something about yourself that is not found on your CV.
15. How do you expect to make a difference at the NHS if hired?
16. After reading the job description, what do you like most about this position?
17. How do you stay current with the ongoing advancements in your industry?
18. Tell us what you have learned about the NHS.
19. Why did you leave your last job?
20. Why do you want to work for the NHS?
21. Do you have any experience working in this field?
22. Tell us about your volunteer experience.
23. How would you handle a disagreement with a colleague or manager?
24. Describe a time your ethics were tested.
25. What would you do if a colleague asked you to help steal or do something immoral?
26. Have you ever suffered a setback or failure? If so, how did you handle it?
27. You are working with a junior colleague who is consistently 20 minutes late. What would you do?
28. In your opinion, what is the greatest challenge the NHS will face in the next few years?
29. What are the six core values of the NHS?
30. What is the NHS's vision?