How do you cope with tension?
I believe my professionalism was universally respected by my former bosses and co-workers,and I think I was well-liked by the vast majority of people with whom I came in regular contact.
I gained promotions quite quickly after arriving at my former employer,and of course,there was always some jealousy,even resentment,from people who had perhaps been there longer and felt a certain sense of entitlement.
But I strived to understand that and demonstrate,by my work ethic and commitment to excellence,that I was objectively a solid choice and that reasonable people could say I was a great choice.
In almost all cases,I was able to establish cordial relations with those whom I was promoted over.
I think that is the strongest evidence of my interpersonal skills.
What do you look for in the job?
I look for challenges,opportunities to grow professionally and personally,and opportunities to make a difference for the company I work for and the customers it serves.
We will spend most of our waking hours at the workplace-the job makes up the core of one's life in many ways.
Then it has to bring some meaning to your life,not just a paycheck.
I need to get a sense of fulfillment from a job.
This position sounds like one that is challenging and fulfilling.