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Today's civil engineer's design and build roads, bridges, dams, and other construction projects for mainly public usage. Academia likes to term a civil engineer as creating the 'built environment.' Civil engineers are best known for the roads and bridges they make, but they also design subway systems, public transportation stops, trainways, airports, and water systems. New civil engineers even tackle today's environmental problems and concerns.
Civil engineers will need a bachelor's degree in civil engineering to begin their career. They should have AutoCAD experience along with Microsoft Office skills. Civil Engineers should have the following characteristics to have a successful career: strong organizational skills, creative thinker, profound technical knowledge, enjoy challenging work, humble, and able to collaborate with a team.
The interview process for a civil engineer will be in-depth. You will be asked basic questions about your education and experience and also technical issues depending on the specialty you are pursuing. Some interview questions to anticipate: Tell me about your experience and how it relates to this position. What do you know about our firm? Why did you pursue a career in Civil Engineering? Explain in detail the projects you have contributed to. How familiar are you with using AutoCAD? For more interview questions, keep browsing our site, Mockquestions.com.