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18 Questions and Answers by Christina Erne

Updated August 21st, 2018 | Christina Erne is a meteorologist and a journalist at News 10 ABC in Albany, NY.
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How do you handle stress and pressure?
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Being a voice over artist means experiencing some levels of stress - whether it means having to complete the job under a severe time constraint, or being ordered by a client to re-record based on their desires. The candidate should talk about how their work is affected by stress.
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How do you handle stress and pressure?
Being a voice over artist means experiencing some levels of stress - whether it means having to complete the job under a severe time constraint, or being ordered by a client to re-record based on their desires. The candidate should talk about how their work is affected by stress.

Christina's Answer
"I find that stress does not affect my job whatsoever. I have had years of experiencing stress and tight deadlines in the workplace and I find that I am able to focus better when I have pressure on me."
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How do you feel about working overtime?
Oftentimes, getting creative projects such as voice overs complete means working extra hours to make sure it is just right. The candidate should talk about their availability to sometimes change up their schedule to get the job done and ensure that it is the best work they can put forward for the company.

Christina's Answer
"I believe that getting the job done and making a good name for myself and the company is the most important, and I am willing to work overtime when it is necessary to produce the best work."
3.
Why do you want a career as a voice over artist?
The candidate has the opportunity to make themselves the best possible candidate by talking about why they want the job and why they are so passionate about this career field. A hiring manager is looking for someone who not only wants the job, but loves doing it and has a reason to come into work and do their best job each day.

Christina's Answer
"I want to become a voice over artist because I have been told what a strong and unique voice I have, and putting my passion into each time I speak is what makes me happy."
4.
What time of day do you work best?
The candidate should talk about their flexibility working at various hours of the day, depending on what the project entails or what the client wants. The candidate should be someone who is able to change their schedule based on the project needs, and should talk about how they are open to moving around their hours to get the job done.

Christina's Answer
"While I find I do some of my best work in the mornings, I am able to adjust my schedule to work whenever it is necessary to get the job done."
5.
How do you work as a part of a team?
The candidate should talk about their experience working as a part of a team and how they believe their teamwork skills will benefit the company. Being a successful voice over artist means communicating well with the client, script writers, and more, and the candidate should prove that they are capable of working well with others.

Christina's Answer
"I am a hard working member of the team and I enjoy playing off other team members so we can create the best work together. I find that good communication makes the job go smoothly and I enjoy learning from others."
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