|Quoting GentFromAlaska (Reply 6):|
I would study AC. Be prepared to answer the following interview questions:
1) Tell me about yourself.
2) What do you consider your most significant accomplishment.
3) What do you like and dislike about your current position.
4) Why do you believe you are qualified for this position. Why should I hire you.
Most HR folks are looking for character traits. Never, never degrade a current or previous employer. To do so is character assassination.
The U.S. Department of Labor recommends interviewees walk into the interview well organized with a black or brown leather or leather like material organizer/portfolio. Your organizer should contain extra copies of your resume, at least three references, a letter of recommendation if one is available. The DOL recommends you dress one up for the interview.
On the Frontier Airlines website under the "Work with Us" there are interview recommendations.
The HR folks wan't you to ask questions about thier company. Don't be affraid to write notes but asked to do so. Don't be affraid to take questions into the interview. And lastly "Ask For The Job" On the same day you interview you should mail/postmark a thank you letter to the HR person who interviewed you. This builds character. Practice interview questions with a freind or family memeber.