When interviewing a Project Manager, it’s important to set up the discussion for the first couple of minutes in an open dialogue. Talk about the project involved and how you plan to measure / monitor performance. Be open and honest about key performance indicators. Explain the work environment and deliverables for the project. Describe any special conditions that might be unique to the project. Mention details such as travel requirements, unique risks, whether it’s a high pressure job, etc.
This guide will assist with the second portion of the interview. It will help you understand the candidate’s skills and experience as a Project Manager. Pick-and-choose the questions that make the most sense based on your requirements.