Call your Consultant as soon as possible after the interview whilst everything is still fresh in your mind. They will be really keen to hear how it went - the sooner they know the quicker they will feedback to the client and reiterate your interest in the position and within the organisation. Your Consultant can also ask any questions you may have thought of after the interview.

It is important to critique yourself, how did you perform, did you ask enough questions, always try and take something positive away from each interview, if you don’t get the job it is because it wasn’t right for you, not because you weren’t right for them.

Unfortunately, it can take a while to get feedback from a client, this can be for a number of reasons, but generally no news is goods news. You should expect to have feedback at least within a week unless you have been told otherwise.

Maintain A Proactive Job Search

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket and make sure you maintain a proactive approach to your job search. Try to avoid saturating the market with you CV as this could be perceived as desperation. One way of ensuring this is to restrict the amount of consultancies you use. Try to see no more than one or two consultants, and then you can concentrate on building up good relationships with fewer consultants who will be more committed to you and your search.

Interviewing is all about confidence, the more prepared you are the more confidence you will have, practice your interview technique in front of friends or family, and demand as much help as you can from your recruitment consultant, the rest I am afraid is down to you.