I just had an interview for a role (career shift, really) and it felt good. But something the Hiring Manager said to me (it was just he and I in the interview) has stuck in my mind.
As an Interviewer I have to do two things: 1) is make sure you are a good fit for me and the role...I think you are. And 2) make sure I am a good fit for you, and honestly, I really don't know.
We then proceeded to have a very nice closing to the conversation, exchanged cards and I went on my way. However, his works are echoing in my mind. I have never had an interview like that before. As a result I am now wondering the following:
- Was number two, "...make sure I am a good fit for you..." double speak for something?
- Is this a red flag for the company or the opposite?
- I feel the interview went well, should I be worried about not getting the role?
This leads me to my question - does anyone have any insights into what he said, and hopefully why? (Bonus points if you can address those questions I listed above).