As a project manager, it is your job to oversee the creation and execution of company projects and ensure that all team members stay on track to meet deadlines. Expect interview questions that will assess your ability to lead a group and communicate effectively to members with different roles and varying concerns. As the scope, schedule, and cost of a project can change frequently, the interviewer may ask you to role-play a few scenarios in which a project deadline changes or several group members leave the company.
She asked for additional employment history.
My resume had a summary of my experience, which was recommended/suggested by recruiters that I'd been working with. (Of course out of 5 recruiters, I could get 5 completely different and conflicting suggestions.) I wasn't expecting her to ask for additional jobs that I'd had. I listed every place I'd worked for the past 13 years. Unfortunately it looked bad because I'd been laid off from two different agencies within a year. After that, it was difficult to get another job.