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Architectural and engineering managers are responsible for coordinating and supervising technical aspects of architecture and engineering projects. These professionals oversee all managerial aspects of these projects, including approving project design changes, preparing project specifications and explaining findings and proposals to clients.
A bachelor's degree in engineering, technology or architecture is the minimum qualification required for a career as an architectural and engineering manager. A master's degree and on the job work experience can enhance job opportunities. Architectural and engineering managers must be proficient in both the technical and managerial aspects of the role. They must have knowledge of engineering and technology, design, mathematics, management, and administration.
The interview for this role will usually be conducted by the top management of the company. They will be very rigorous in their selection and will be assessing both, your technical competency as well as your management skills. They will want to know details about your experience as well as your career goals. Giving strong, confident answers is the key to winning an architectural and engineer manager interview. A smart way to prepare for your interview is by checking out the commonly asked questions at mock interview questions.