It is also essential to know your day-to-day activities, so you may want to ask what your schedule would look like in the role for the first month, first few months, six months, and a year. In addition, you could ask the employer what personal qualities and characteristics may help you succeed in the particular position. All of those are fundamental questions to ask before accepting a job offer.
When job descriptions and interviews are clear and concise, potential employees know exactly what tasks are expected and how they should perform. This will ultimately help the employers measure employee performance, evaluate their skills gaps, and lay out assistance for future learning and training.