Generally, you have to complete an application, which is followed by a request to set up an interview if your application is chosen. There is not a standard interview process. Interviews differ because not all hiring managers have the same interview style and different departments may require a different skill set that might require you to take some sort of aptitude test such as keyboarding. You never know what you'll get, so the best thing to do is to prepare by utilizing the web to learn interviewing techniques. Read up on the company whether it be learning from their website, through conversations with their past and present employees, or from various media sources (i.e. newspaper, business magazines, etc). This may help spur some questions that you can ask the interviewer. Before your interview, take time to consider why it is that you're looking for another job. If currently employed, what have you learned about yourself, the industry, the department, your position's function, etc. and how will you apply that to this prospective job? You really need to think about your skill sets and how you think you would add value to the company; you've got to sell yourself! Actively listen to the interviewer and weave in these selling points with what he/she is saying. Be punctual and polite; never make degrading remarks about past and present employers. Dress professionally regardless of what sort of position it is for which you are applying. Bring extra copies of your resume, too. And always follow up with the interviewer to show that you're interested. All of these things will help your interviewer to remember you. You never know how many people will walk through their door or how many resumes will fall onto their desk, so do what you can to make yourself stand out in their mind.