I have an interview on Wednesday for a public reference position. Although I have an MLS, the bulk of my work experience has been teaching [a subject with a strong research focus] at a university. My qualifications seem to be fit pretty well and I've been perusing sites for common questions, but I'd love to get a bead on what to expect from this interview. Types of questions, level of formality, materials I should bring (copy of resume, paper, pen, etc.), and what on earth I should wear -- any advice you can provide would be greatly appreciated. For those of you in admin, do you have any pet peeves or things that interviewees do that bug you?
This is a perfect job and perfect location for me so I want to put my best foot forward. Thank you in advance!