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Wed, May 16, 2007 at 3:44:43 PM | Interview Questions




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I will be interviewing a person via phone, we have identified someone who claims to be very familiar and experienced with Revit.  We would hope this person could become our internal "go-to" person and help train others in our firm. 

My question is, what type of questions should I be asking to evaluate this persons level of experience?  Btw, I consider mysefl to be a very basic user, so I at least have some working knowledge of this topic.

Any and all suggestions are appreciated.

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Wed, May 16, 2007 at 4:26:30 PM | Interview Questions




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I would say skip the interview and hire me, but i saw your website and with you being a wolverine fan and me being a buckeye ........ I'd hate for us to be arguing all the time. Just kidding. I think the biggest thing is can the person make their own family objects if they can't find a download-able one. Being able to create your own stuff helps out a lot in revit, or so i've noticed in my 2 years of it. but hey if your interview with this person don't work out look me up here. I've posted some of my own families and renderings on here over the years. good luck !!

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Wed, May 16, 2007 at 5:31:48 PM | Interview Questions



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I would probably ask:

    "What is a family?

    ....How would you start working on a project & when?

    ... what standards should be setup?

    .... what can you tell me about phases and options?

    .... what problems have you had working in REVIT?"


Look for a general awareness of REVIT's potential ...nomenclature ...confidence.  He better have some problems too that he has dealt with.

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