From the beginning to the end of your session, your interviewer has one primary goal in mind: finding a new employee who will excel at this particular job. This goal might be broken down into sub-goals that you know nothing about, for example: finding someone who won’t be intimidated by Sally, or finding somebody who can organize the 10 confusing new project contracts that will be starting next year, or finding somebody who will be willing to come in and clean out a set of smelly grease traps at three in the morning. But all of these goals can be gathered under one umbrella: identify that ideal employee in a giant stack of resumes.You, on the other hand, have not one goal, but five. And you’ll need to tackle each of the five in order to land the job. Here are those goals.