Work for an interview somewhere else. This is a transitional job that will look good on a resume. It's not a full career, unless someone high level leaves, you're going to be in the position you're hired for. With no significant raise at that. Plus, be prepared to speak with clients and defend the absurdly high prices of PSAV for their service.
Ask about turnover at the property, be sure to interview the Director and make sure you can respect them, Keep expectations realistic.
Answered - Sales Manager (Current Employee) - United States
Learn as much as they will let you learn
Answered - Technician (Former Employee) - Sanibel, FL
Don't sell yourself short! You won't get a raise for many years
Answered - Event Technology Specialist (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD
Be yourself! :)
Answered - Computer Technician (Current Employee) - Coppell, TX
Be honest about your skill sets and knowledge...nobody expect you to be an expert.
Answered - Event Technology Specialist (Former Employee) - Boston, MA
Take on extra job to compensate for lack of hours.
Make sure you are able to speak to your experience and customer service skills. Also have some knowledge of PSAV. Come dressed business professional.
Don't. Leave when you still can.
Showcase your service experience.
Answered - DET (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ