I can only speak from my experience, which was just a few weeks ago. The interview started out with a number of "standard" questions that you would be asked at any entry level job interview
. Things such as, "How do you handle a fast-paced work environment," "Would you consider yourself a team player" and "What do you feel is the acceptable number of unexcused absences per year." After three or four of those, it honestly went in more of a 'conversation' direction, rather than interrogation interview. Since I'm doing this as a major 180 career change, they asked a lot about how I felt my previous job experience, education and skill set could be applied to an NA position. They also asked a lot about working while I'm in school, since I'm starting nursing school
as well. And that was followed with some time management discussion.
If this is your dream job and it's what you want to be doing for a long time, make sure that enthusiasm and love of the job comes across during your discussion with the interviewers. They'll definitely see and feel that and it will go a long way.