Everyone will get nervous about what questions they will be asked. Here are a few thoughts to work on for responses.
Employers want to know what experience you have in the field? Be honest with what you can do.
What qualifications do you bring to the table? Any schooling, years of experience, and awards in the area, all play to making you look good.
They will want to know about past work experiences that may be relative. If you were in the service, that would play well to soft leadership skills.
Strengths and weaknesses are a question often asked. Be careful. Strengths are easy, and weaknesses are a trap. You cannot tell them you have no weaknesses because everyone does. It should be something small and explain what you are doing to be better at it.
Everyone should have long-term goals. When talking to the company, the plans to mention should not be ‘working for a competitor in two years.’
When you talk with the hiring board, know your availability and how you feel you will fit into their organization.