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How would you deal with people freaking out to meet the deadline for a USAID proposal?

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I said that I am generally an easy-going person, used to deadlines, treat colleagues with respect--but also believe there would be less freaking out if a standard procedure and timelines were developed to ensure a smooth proposal development process and minimize last-minute panic.

How do you prioritize topics that need to be written?

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How do you measure the success of content?

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How did I handle change?

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What are your strengths and weaknesses?

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What do you expect to get out of this job career wise?

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No difficult questions, just a comfortable professional interview.

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All three interviews were quite straightforward. Review of previous documents written and discussion of my experience and ability to perform the job.

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Comfortable with teams?

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We have two projects with the same deadline and everyone is working overtime. One client is easy going and encourages us, the other constantly calls to find out how the project is going and when it will be done. Which project is your top priority.

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