Okay, so I've never had a job interview with the NHS or in a Hospital and I'm wondering what the appropriate attire would be?
I've only ever worked in childcare and sports, so this is a slight career for myself and I'm really worried about what to wear for the interview.
In the past I've always gone with plain black trousers, a slim fit white long sleeved shirt and black tie - And I've always done well, but as said they've been for childcare and sports jobs.
Whats the best way to approach a job within a hospital?
The role is as a Senior Administrator/Receptionist within a Children's ward.
I was wondering whether to wear my suit or stick with the black trousers and white long sleeved shirt w/ black tie?
Any help would be great. (I'm a 20 year old male by the way haha!)
Job Interview (Hospital) Shirt & Tie or Full suit?? watch
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- 12-04-2016 19:46
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- 12-04-2016 21:38
Suit will show them you cna make an effort and take it seriously.