FAQs for Job Seekers

It can be a bit confusing

The job seeker’s role is rather confusing on interviewerr. The first thing that pops to mind when you use the word job seeker is someone looking for a job in the market.

However, to interviewerr, you are not a job seeker but an employer. This is because you will be creating a job or project and hiring prospective freelance interviewers. Their job will be to conduct a mock interview for you on the platform. So in short, job seekers sign up on interviewerr as an employer.

The only actual job seeker who signs up here would be freelance interviewers. They will sign up on interviewerr in the hopes of finding jobs or projects form prospective employers signed up on the platform.

  • How can interviewerr help me if I’m looking for a job?

    This depends. If you are a freelance interviewer looking for freelance interviewing jobs, then you can join the platform as a freelance interviewer.

    However, if you are looking for a job in the real job market, then you join our platform as an employer. You then look around for prospective freelance interviewers to help conduct a mock interview. This will prove helpful in preparing and helping you get your dream job.

  • How many mock interviews can I take?

    There is no limit to the number of interviews you take. The more mock interviews you take, the more prepared you are for your dream job.

  • Can I, after my mock interview with a freelance interviewer, share my feedback with my prospective employers?

    This depends on the employer whether they are interested in considering a freelance interviewer’s feedback or not.

  • What are the costs?

    Joining interviewerr is free. You, however, will be charged the employer’s package if you sign up as a job seeker. This is because you will be hiring freelance interviewers to conduct mock interviews with you.

    You can find out the rates and fees on the dashboard once you sign up as an employer

  • How are the interviews conducted?

    You and freelance interviewer decide

    As an employer, you schedule an interview and decide the type.

    You can have

    1. Phone call
    2. Skype
    3. WhatsApp call
    4. Zoom call
    5. Or may call an interviewer to a commonplace. Of course, they are going to charge you well for it.