Below is general advice collected from people who were successful at the interview and were later hired for the job. Please note given that the advice was taken from a broad range of roles not all will be applicable to your interview so pick and choose what is relevant.
1. Show genuine interest in the role
Employers really appreciate someone who shows up to work and has an interest in the job beyond just getting paid. During your interview you really need to communicate that you see more opportunities beyond just getting paid.
2. Do not treat the role purely as a learning opportunity
Most employers will expect you to have all the necessary skills to complete your job. Generally you will be expect to bring you past experience into the current role.Candidates at the interview stage can make the mistake of expecting the employer to train them in essential skills for the job.
3. Doing more than you were asked
The majority of people working tend to do what they are asked to and don’t go beyond that. However, during the interview stage if you can give examples of times when you went beyond what you were asked you will really stand out from all other candidates applying for the job.