Ask about why the previous employee left and the turnover rate.
Run! Avoid this company at all costs!
Be professional, do your research about PSAV and the industry. Be open minded. Ask questions, remember that you are also interviewing them.
If you are Professional you will not get an Interview.
Stand up, turn around, walk out, go have a drink, apply somewhere else.
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
Be yourself and think outside of the box.
Answered - Video Department Lead/Trainer (Former Employee) - Norcross, GA
Learn as much as they will let you learn
Answered - Technician (Former Employee) - Sanibel, FL
It you work setting up & striking conferences for presentation, you should have a reliable ride. I worked it out by bus however, that may not always be available.
Answered - Audio Visual Technician (Former Employee) - Santa Monica, CA