What the person is asking is for you to describe how your skill sets (what you're good at) fit with the job or position for which you are applying. For example, if you're applying for a managerial position, core competencies that would be important to have and describe are be leadership, judgement, coaching, planning and organizing, and potentially performance management if you will be managing people. If you're applying as a delivery boy for a sub shop, a good sense of direction, knowledge of the area, phone skills,, cash handling, and being a conscientious driver are some the core competencies you would need to possess.
You would prepare by making a list of your "key competencies." These are your special skills. Then make a list of the skills required in the job description of the job you are applying for. Try to match your job skills to the required skills of the job. For each pair of skills that match or almost match, you should explain how you will use your skill to meet a requirement of the job. For example, if you have a good speaking voice and you are applying for a job as a receptionist, you might say that your clear speech will help you greet customers and answer telephones. Key competencies are functional skills that can be transferred from one job to another. Examples of key competencies, as they relate to the secretary position could include: organized, time management skills (a subset of organization), functional reading and writing skills, interpersonal skills, ability to receive and relay messages
When you are asked this question, the interviewer wants to know two things:Do you know what your key competencies are ?Do you know what competencies are needed for this job?You will need to have done your "homework" on this question and researched the job ahead of time so that you know how to answer. List the skills you have that would help you out on the job.
I would say I can correct your grammar - "What are your competencies" or possibly "What is your competency". I would then list all the things I can do and certificates I have that would relate to the job. So perhaps I have "A" level computer science, excellent interpersonal skills and can be courteous under pressure.
You can expect to be asked questions on your job history/Cv to check out your skills and experience. You can also expect to be asked questions about your competencies as they relate to the requirements of the job. These would look for examples of where you have demonstrated the competencies eg team work, problem solving, interpersonal skills.
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