I had an interview last week Tuesday with a doctor's office for an office manager position. It was a good interview, lasting over an hour, with the doctor and his administrator going into detail about his practice, what his expectations were, what the salary was, etc. He told me, flat out, that he has no qualms about me except that I have absolutely no significant managerial experience. The administrator proceeded to ask me questions such as if I can work weekends, if I have any kids, when I would be able to start working there, etc. During the entire interview, they complimented me on different personality qualities I had and such. The doctor even asked me send him some projects I worked on in college, to see my ability of creating materials as well as basic marketing skills. He also gave me "homework" to research his practice's specialties and what it takes to be an effective and successful office manager. It felt as though it was a promising first interview... Until I heard him say to me as I was leaving, "back to the [old job]!" I shrugged it off, although I felt as though it was a little inappropriate. I already know I'm returning to my old job until I hear back from someone else regarding a better job opportunity.
I emailed him what I could find from my college days, even asking him if he would like for me to recreate documents, just to show him my proficiency. He responded really quickly, informing me that he'd look over what he sent me, to continue doing my research as requested, and to send him three references with contact information that he can call.
I guess my question is, does it look like there's a possibility I got the job?