10 Steps For Interview Success [INFOGRAPHIC] New Teachers by Joel Wagner - June 24, 2016July 5, 20160 Share on Facebook Share 0 Share on TwitterTweet 0 Share on Pinterest Share 0 Share on LinkedIn Share 0 Total Shares Summertime is in full swing. That means that many new teachers searchÂ for their first job, and many more experienced teachers lookÂ for a new job. The interview is an inevitable part of the job hunt. For manyÂ pre-service teachers,Â a teaching job interview is the first real job interview they have ever had.Â ButÂ interviews oftenÂ lead to rejection. The good news is you only needÂ one interview success. Nowadays, numerous resources are available to help make sure the interview goes well. Unfortunately, few of them seem to be geared specifically toward teachers.Â TradewindÂ RecruitmentÂ is one company whose focus isÂ helping teachers find jobs. They haveÂ put together a nice infographic to help guide you through the process. If you happen to be in the United Kingdom, you mayÂ want to check out their site. If you’re not in the UK, I bet you will find that thereÂ are some nice resources that may help you along in your job search anyway. Why can’t I get a job? Your resume is, of course, the key to getting the job interview, so before you can even get to the interview, you need a fantastic resume that showsÂ you in your best possible light. If you aren’t getting interviews, the problem is probably with your resume. I’ve written about resumesÂ a good bit before. If you are getting interviews and not getting job offers, the problem is probably with your interview skills. 10 Steps for interview success According to Tradewind, the 10 steps for interview success are: Study Research Outfit Timing Smile Ask questions Know your resume Honesty Prepation Ending on a positive note Joel WagnerJoel Wagner (@sywtt) began teaching band in 2002. Though he had a lot of information, his classes were out of control. He found himself tired, frustrated, disrespected by students, lonely, and on the brink of quitting. He had had enough. He resigned from his school district right before spring break of his second year and made it his personal mission to learn to be a great teacher. So You Want To Teach? is the ongoing story of that quest for educational excellence.