Does this seem positive?Watch
Anyways for the first 40 minutes I had to do a test, was pretty much an attention to detail test so see if I could spot errors etc, I scored 80%, I'm not sure if that is good or bad, but the face to face interview lasted about 20-25 minutes, the guy was just asking things such as tell me about yourself, where do you see yourself in 5 years etc, surprisingly it was alot better then I thought, like the guy seemed very chill, in my eyes the interview went very well, however in the nicest way possible the guy basically said I am a really nice person with good Morals, but he said that he wasn't sure if I REALLY wanted the job, I was trying my best to look happy and smile etc, but he said that I don't seem to be giving much away, but I genuinely just think that was nerves, he did say that he could tell I have my head screwed on, the thing is with me, I am also a laid back person, which is something I did say, so although it may look like I don't care, it is because I do not stress, I am not sure if the interview side was short because the guy didn't think I was interested, which is wrong, or he just wanted a brief chat to see what I am like.
Then after that, the guy said that they are looking to hire somebody asap and when I get the chance, to send him an e-mail regarding how I feel the interview went, what I could bring to the company and when I could do a trial shift, does this seem positive? I have yet to send an e-mail, but I will do it later, should I be honest when it comes to the interview side and just say that I was abit nervous etc or would that be bad, I am genuinely interested in the job and do think I would do well, but with that being said, I'm happy I have now got some interview experience to help me in the future, I could always give it ago.
Do you want the job, and if so, why? It seems positive, but the guy actually seems to be a really good interviewer and has both guessed your heart isn't really in it, but also given you the benefit of the doubt to explain when not under pressure to say what you think he wants to hear. You have a way out if you want it.