Why did you choose to become a conservation scientist?
What do you like least about being a conservation scientist?
What do you like most about being a conservation scientist?
What would you like to accomplish by being a conservation scientist?
Describe a situation when you demonstrated initiative and took action without waiting for direction. What was the outcome?
How do you manage stress in your daily work?
Describe an improvement you personally initiated.
Do you have any experience with preventative soil erosion plans?
Why is it important for farmers to use crop rotation?
What created the great dust bowl in America, in the 1930s?
Why is contour plowing important?
It's to create a water break which reduces the formation of rills and gullies during times of heavy water run-off.
What types of water control plans have you created? What was the most successful plan?
Our interview questions and answers are created by experienced recruiters and interviewers. These questions and answers do not represent any organization, school, or company on our site. Interview questions and answer examples and any other content may be used else where on the site. We do not claim our questions will be asked in any interview you may have. Our goal is to create interview questions and answers that will best prepare you for your interview, and that means we do not want you to memorize our answers. You must create your own answers, and be prepared for any interview question in any interview.