Clinical trial manager interview questions shared by candidates
Tell me about a time when.....
Show teamwork and priortization in examples.
For all behavioral interview questions (that all begin similarly, seeking a specific past example to try to predict future behavior - generally one of the best (and standard) interviewing techniques) try to draw from your list of past accomplishments. (You do have a list of 4-6 significant accomplishments ready, don't you??) You get a grade B if you have a specific example that answers their question, grade A if your example resulted in a significant accomplishment, and grade A+ if your example resulted in a significant accomplishment that you can quantify ($'s saved, % improvement, etc.).
I was asked to describe my past experience, my knowledge of companion diagnostics, and a time I had dealt with a difficult person. I was also asked a silly ‘though puzzle question’ that felt very contrived and a bit lame.
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