You’re interviewing for an international development job, and the recruiter gives you the opportunity to ask a few questions. So, what should you ask?
As a rule of thumb, always prepare possible questions ahead of time, and try to tailor them to the specific organization. Use the questions to showcase your knowledge of the donor, consultancy or nonprofit you’re seeking to work with, and your interest in finding out more. Close this question-and-answer period by assuring the recruiter that now more than ever, you can see yourself contributing to the organization’s mission.