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27 Questions and Answers Written by Ryan Brunner

Written on August 29th, 2019 | Ryan has over 10 years of experience interviewing
candidates in the healthcare, public service, and private manufacturing/distribution industries.
Question 1 of 27
Being successful in consulting and working here at Henderson Engineers requires the ability to work effectively with Type A personalities. What are your experiences in working with this personality and how did you make the relationships a success?
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How to Answer
To first understand this question, it is important that you know that Type A personalities are exemplified by being competitive, motivated, organized and goal driven, among many other traits. These traits often lead to success in high level roles within organizations and your chances of working with this personality type are high. Think of a time you worked with a typical Type A personality and explain the methods you used to ensure that you had a sound and successful working relationship. Make sure that your interview walks away knowing that you can work effectively with difficultly driven individuals with high expectations.

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Question 2 of 27
With this potential move to consulting in the construction industry, what unique things do you think you can bring to the clients here at Henderson Engineers?
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The ability to move to a consultant role in the construction industry takes a special type of individual that has many key skills and qualities. Prior to your interview, be sure to reflect on the reasons that you are looking at moving to a consultant role and why you think you'll be successful in the role. In your answer, be sure to keep a customer/client focus in mind to stress to your interviewer that you will be able to succeed in a consultant role.

Question 3 of 27
Talk about a time that you successfully educated another individual or group in your area of expertise. What made your educational experience effective?
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The role that you are interviewing for with Henderson Engineers will likely involve providing education to clients in your area of expertise. For this question, your interviewer will be looking to hear that you are comfortable and effective in providing education by having you talk about a time that you have done so. In the example that you provide, try to point out some key items to making business education successful like developing a plan/goals, respecting differing viewpoints/opinions, making it hands on and making it fun.

Question 4 of 27
If hired for this position at Henderson Engineers, what would be the ideal project for you to lead?
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To fully understand the reasoning behind this question, your interviewer is looking to get a sense for what type of work you prefer to do, what your strong points are and where to best position you with clients if hired for the position. Prior to your interview, be sure that you research the clients of Henderson Engineers and the typical projects that are led with them. Make sure your desires align in some aspect of the business and speak openly and honestly about your most desirable project.

Question 5 of 27
In looking to make the move to an Engineering Consultant here at Henderson Engineers, how would you approach clients, and potential equal colleagues, as the expert in your field?
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For this question, your interview is really looking how you will effectively transition to a role as a consultant in the engineering field, working with clients across many different industries. Prior to your interview, prepare and be ready to talk about how you plan to make this transition to the consulting role. Be sure to highlight the ways that your education, skills and experiences will translate smoothly to working with leaders and engineers in different industries. Also be sure to talk about your personal approach you will take in the consultant role so that clients are assured that you are the expert that they are paying for.

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Author of Henderson Engineers Answers and Questions

Ryan Brunner
Ryan has over 10 years of experience interviewing candidates in the healthcare, public service, and private manufacturing/distribution industries. Ryan has a long track record of recruiting, interviewing and hiring candidates at all levels of the organizations that he has recruited for. These include entry-level workers, professional workers, physicians and executive level leaders. Ryan has created and worked with many interviewing formats in the industries that he has recruited for and has reviewed resumes and cover letter's for all of the positions he has recruited for.
Published: 08/29/2019

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