"If you are applying for an entry-level position in contract management, your employer will be mostly concerned with your ability to handle clerical tasks and assist upper management in evaluating contract agreements, so you can expect the interview to be comprised of basic questions to assess your work ethic. The interview for an upper-level contract management position will better evaluate your ability to negotiate contract details and develop policies, so prepare to answer questions about your knowledge of contract law and company policies."
It was a mock situation involving problems with a project team's performance and the customer's constant changing requirements. Basically, how would you handle yourself , and what would you contribute to solve the internal and external issues.
It was difficult to be specific due to the relatively confusing organization structure. It was not clear who is the true leader in the mock situation, so a number of assumptions needed to be stated. Once I articulated those assumptions, then I could utilize my stronger more developed skills to drive resolution of the commercial and contractual issues. Once I described how to solve those issues, you could then be more specific on what to ask of the different functions so that the project team had all of the information required to solve the project and customer issues.