Remember in a job interview that you, too, have the right to ask questions. Indeed, you may well be invited to do so and you should be prepared so that you can come up with something intelligen
The decision making process is not only in the hands of the interviewer. If there is anything at all that is worrying you about the job or the Company, don’t be afraid to bring it up. You need to have all your questions answered so that you can decide whether you actually want the job.
You are bound to have questions about things that have arisen during the interview. You owe it to yourself to understand everything you need to know about the job and the environment you would be working in. If there is anything that hasn’t been made clear, make sure you ask. This may be your only opportunity to do so.
Prepare a couple of questions in advance, just in case your mind goes blank on the day of the interview. If you have not had the opportunity to draw attention to the fact before, you might like to raise a question starting "I see from your website that………….." This leaves them in no doubt that you have done your homework. Just remember that, as always, preparation is the key if you are to give the best impression to the interviewer.