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Lee McQueen, past Apprentice winner joins online interview panel of top UK bosses

Lee McQueen, past Apprentice winner joins online interview panel of top UK bosses

New addition to Jobsite’s interview practice website

After Sunday’s eagerly anticipated interview episode of The Apprentice, winner of the 2008 series Lee McQueen is the latest addition to join –’s interactive video-based website which enables job seekers to practise for virtual job interviews with some of the country’s best-known business leaders and senior executives from leading companies.

Lee McQueen, now Managing Director of Raw Talent Academy, which aims to provide internal sales academies to both SMEs and Corporate businesses, joins leading bosses and companies on the site including Virgin Atlantic, Accenture, O2, Ernst & Young, RAF and Duncan Bannatyne.

Launched in February 2008, the award-winning BeMyInterviewer offers a completely new way to prepare for interviews. The site’s interview questions and answers have been played more than 3 million times and have also increased applications to Jobsite’s clients’ vacancies, with thousands of candidates using Jobsite to search for jobs once they’ve had their interview confidence boosted on BeMyInterviewer.

BeMyInterviewer is updated regularly with new interviewers and is a helpful preparation tool for recruiters who are sending candidates to interviews. Equally, HR Directors and those responsible for interviewing will find BeMyInterviewer a useful resource in learning how their peers conduct interviews and get the most out of candidates.

Keith Potts, CEO of, says: “Brushing up on your interview technique is invaluable, especially if you haven’t been for an interview in many years. You may have the skills and experience to be an ideal candidate for the job, but you need to be able to communicate that to the interviewer, especially in a competitive jobs market. Lee is a fantastic addition to BeMyInterviewer as he managed to successfully complete what is arguably one of the toughest interview scenarios. Whilst most candidates won’t hopefully have to go through an Apprentice-style grilling as Lee did his advice will help anyone going for an interview keep their cool and show their true potential”

Commenting on his arrival to the interview panel, Lee McQueen, says: “The interview process on the Apprentice is as tough and nerve wrecking as it looks on TV. My success at getting through that stage taught me a lot about what’s actually important to interviewers and how to most effectively sell yourself. You have to have absolute belief that you are the best candidate for the job and ensure that every answer you give clearly shows why you would be an asset to that company. I’m delighted to join BeMyInterviewer and hope that what I’ve learnt helps other people get the jobs that they want too.”


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