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Construction manager Interview Questions

"When hiring a construction manager, an employer will look for applicants with the technical knowledge and leadership skills to oversee a construction project from start to finish. At an interview you may be asked about your experience with all aspects of managing large projects from budgeting resources to working around delays. Prepare to provide examples of your previous work and describe your ability to coordinate large groups of people."

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Give me an example of difficult or failing project and how did you change the outcome. Give examples of the direction you had taken

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I gave a project where the local jurisdiction was holding up permitting. I let him know who I recruited as a resource and all of the steps we had taken to get the permit in hand and what I did to get the project back on track

I was asked how long I had been in the construction trade? How long had I been licensed? Did I possess a OSHA 30 certification? Was I legal to work in the US? Was I proficient on a computer? Did I possess a valid drivers license? Did I have my own transportation? Did I have a recent background check?

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What size and types of projects have you project managed?

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Years of experience

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How and where would I fit in.

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Are you ready for a challenge?

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is family ok with me working overses

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Tell about yourself

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what knowledge of healthcare architecture/engineering do you have?

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None, they follow a standard script

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