A: Come in and please take a seat.
B: Thank you. I’ve come for an interview as requested.
A: How do you do? My name is Bill，the manager.
B: How do you do?Mr. Bill.
A: Now, please say something about yourself.
B: I am a student of Hangzhou Institute of Foreign Languages as an English major. I specialize in English Secretarial Studies. I come from Hangzhou and I am twenty-three now.
A: What kind of work are you interested in?
B: I want a job in which I can use English. I would also like to be able to execute some responsibility in my work.
A: I really appreciate that. I would expect my secretary to be able to work independently and take over some of my ordinary responsibilities such as answering routine correspondence, taking phone calls for me, and sometimes assisting me with personal business affairs.
A:我很欣赏你的想法。我希望我的秘书能 够独立工作,并替我办理一些日常事务， 如回信、接电话、有时帮我处理私人业务等。
B: I see.
A: Besides, I need someone who takes dictations in English and translate it well. Do you think you speak fluent English? How is your English education?
A:此外，我需要一位能用英语听写并翻译 得很好的人。你觉得你的英文流利吗？ 你的英文教育情况怎么样？
B: I must say my English is quite good. I got good scores at college and you can see it from my resume.
A: Do you have any work experience with computer?
B: Yes, I have been very familiar with some publishing softwares like Word and WPS.
A: Your resume says you worked in a trading company for one year, what were your responsibilities there?
B: I mainly did typing and filing. Sometimes I answered phone calls from a-broad, received or posted E-mail and downloaded useful information through internet.
B:我主要是负责打字和处理文件。有时候 也接国外电话，在互联网上收发邮件及 下载有用信息。
A: Could you tell me why you left you last job, Miss He?
B: I thought there wasn’t any opportunity for advancement there. I decided to quit the job and take a secretarial course at a business institute so as to increase my office skills.
B：我觉得在那里没有什么发展前途，所以 我决定辞掉那份工作，到商学院修读秘 书课程，以便增加我的工作能力。
A: What about your attendance record at your previous job?
B: I was seldom absent or late for work.
A: What do you consider the most important when looking for a job?
B: I think the most important thing is doing interesting work. Pleasant working conditions with cooperative staff are also important to me. I want a job in which I can respect the person I work with.
B:我认为最重要的是做自己感兴趣的工 作。愉快的工作环境和团结合作的同事 对我来说也是很重要的。我希望能与受 人尊敬的同事一起工作。
A: Are you married?
B: No, I have no plans to marry in the near future. Do you encourage your women employees to quit after their marriage?
A: This is a private thing, I believe. If a woman wished to continue working after marriage, we’re glad to have her. What salary would you expect to get?
A:我想这是个人的私事。如果女士们婚后 仍希望为我们工作的话，我们欢迎。你 希望拿多少薪水？
B: As for salary, I leave it to you to decide after experience of my capacity.
A: Well, I believe we can offer you 2,500 yuan a month at a start. Would that be satisfactory?
B: Yes, I am quite satisfied. That would be more than I have expected.
A: Do you have any questions to ask us?
B: Yes, how about working hours?
A: We work five days a week, from nine to five, and there’s rarely any overtime.
B: That’s fine.
A: Well, how do you feel about the job, Miss He?
B: It sounds like what I’m looking for.
A: Good. How can I contact you about our decision?
B: Here is my phone number. You can call me between 2 and 5 in the afternoon.
A: You’ll be hearing from us within a few days. Ifs been pleasant talking with you. Thank you for your coming.
B: Thank you, Mr. Bill. Good-bye!