Getting the Job
Learn how to prepare for an interview in your target country, including company research, networking for contacts, and what materials to bring. Below is a brief excerpt from this section:
This first telephone call is generally an opportunity for the company to verify your identity and your general description, so always be ready to answer basic questions about yourself, your work experience and your availability in this quick phone conversation, typically lasting no longer than ten minutes.
This phone call is also often the first step to obtaining an appointment for an interview or any pre-interview assessment tests that the recruiters and/or the specific position might require (although these are no longer common in Spain). The recruiter may also say that they simply wanted to confirm your interest in the position and will call back later to schedule an interview.
This is just a brief sample of the extensive information in the GoinGlobal Spain Career Guide, which is carefully researched and regularly updated by local career experts.