Realizing this is only my first post, it seems kinda rude of me to start it with some questions - and for that I apologize. But I have a pressing need that I suppose only the folks who frequent this board might be able to help me with.
I soon have an interview at a local city marina where I am hoping to land the position of "Marina Assistant". The job entails office, front desk, and outside/dock duties - all of which I imagine can be quite varied in nature.
One of the questions I have is what would one wear to such an interview. At a "young" age 50, I am now retired from the corporate world and have spent most of my life in that kind of environment
, so I'm a little rusty on what the appropriate dress would be for that type of interview. Any advice?
The second question I have is what kind of knowledge might one need to be seriously considered for the aforementioned position? I have been around and owned boats most of my life and have spent a lot of time in and around marinas
. Therefore, I suppose I have more "boating" knowledge than the average guy - but if YOU
were interviewing someone for a position, what would you be looking for?
I hope I've not offended anyone with my outright questions on my very first post and if so, please accept my apologies!! I just REALLY want this position and want to do the best I can in the interview.
So, many thanks for your consideration and I'm hopeful some of you will reply with some good advice!!