06-23-2010, 04:30 PM
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I don't know what you'll need to know. Only the person interviewing you will know if you have the skill sets for which they're looking.
As far as dressing for the interview, I'm going to assume it's at the barn and not some office, so you should wear a decent pair of slacks (no jeans!), some boots or shoes that would be appropriate for walking around a barn, and either a button down shirt or a nice polo.
Your hair should be tied back if it's long, and use minimal makeup. Small hoop or post earrings and an understated necklace are fine, but no rings, bracelets, or watches that can get caught on buckets, stall doors, or any of the other myriad things around a barn.
If you have dragon lady claw fingernails, cut them to a more reasonable length. Fingernail polish should be either clear or neutral. No wild designs or crazy colors.
Be polite, and act interested and pay attention to the what the interviewer is saying. Maintain eye contact and smile when appropriate.
Do not speak about personal things that have nothing to do with the job. They're unnecessary, and will make you look unprofessional.
Answer all questions promptly, and to the best of your abilities.