Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Interview!!

I have my very first job interview tomorrow!!! It is for one of the millions of nursing assistant jobs I've applied for. This is the first time I've ever gotten to the interview process. I am extremely happy, but also extremely nervous. It has been very last minute, which is only increasing my anxiety about it. I didn't find out about the interview until Friday, but I had a conflict. I didn't get my schedule straightened out until last night, and I still don't know exactly where I need to go, because the woman scheduling it hasn't called me back. I'm trying hard not to be really annoyed. So like always, I'm asking a favor of the OC. What are your best entry level job interviewing tips?

*Update*
My interview was today. The scheduler finally called me back at 10am and gave me the details of my interview. She only had a few more minutes before I was going to call and bug her again. The interview went OK. I didn't get a real clear vibe from the interviewer about how it went. He was pretty stoic. I'm hoping to hear sometime next week if I got the job. I don't really don't know what to think about my chances. Thanks for all the advice, especially to Sara for her help.

6 comments:

Jordan said...

Just be yourself!!

cesnh said...

Ditto - just be yourself.
Be early.
Have some "intelligent" questions ready to show your interest in the position.
Good luck and keep us posted.

Sara said...

Seriously, e-mail me. I am a career counselor. It is my job to give this type of advice. I will e-mail you back my cell phone number and we can chat... if you want. :)

saraknic@sbcglobal.net

George said...

I was gonna offer some advice but now i will just say, take Sara up on the offer! oh and GOOD LUCK!

>^..^ said...

glad the interview went OK. i had an interview tuesday and i totally blew it. fingers crossed you hear back.

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