I have an interview coming up for a role editing educational materials, which is a bit of a change in sector for me, although I do have relevant experience from my current role and previous jobs. I've been thinking about the sort of questions that might come up in the interview - possibly questions about what makes a good text, how I might handle conversations with authors/academics about their articles/resources, as well as all of the usual questions about why I'm suited to the position etc.
What other things might they be likely to ask me? If anyone has any suggestions to help structure my prep, I'd be very grateful indeed!
I've no experience in this role but, most of the time, clues of the questions that will be asked will be in the job spec. Have a good read through that and try to rephrase some key requirements as a question.
There will likely be lots of competency based questions, so have lots of scenarios ready to answer using the STAR method.