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Construction managers oversee construction projects from start to finish. Their exact responsibilities may vary depending on the type and size of the project. In general, construction managers prepare work timetables and cost estimates, collaborate with engineers and architects, ensure that the project complies with all legal requirements and safety codes, resolves problems on the site, and hires subcontractors to complete various aspects of the construction.
While a high school diploma may be sufficient to work on smaller projects, larger construction companies prefer to hire candidates who have both, a bachelor's degree and work experience in a construction-related field. Certification is not always necessary but it can help boost employment prospects. Construction managers must have strong leadership, organization, decision-making, business, technical, and interpersonal skills.
At your interview, be prepared to demonstrate that you have all of the necessary skills and the knowledge to make an efficient construction manager. Answer all questions confidently and don't be afraid to show off your accomplishments that highlight the necessary skills. A great way to prepare for your upcoming interview is by going to Mock Questions and preparing your answers to the questions listed there.