I'm an ICU nurse with almost 6 years of great experience (teaching hospitals, traveler) and bombed an interview last week for an ICU position. Never felt worse, but now a PACU position has opened up and I am thrilled! I have floated to a PACU before (at a different hospital), maybe 10 times and I really enjoyed it. Any advice for not messing up this interview? I'm a great nurse and I know I'd be a great employee if someone would give me a shot. I'm a traveler right now and looking to find some permanent stability in my life. How would you recommend preparing? I by no means am an expert in PACU.... Recovering children and a lot of the surgeries we just don't see in the ICU. That makes me nervous. But anyhoo...any tips for interviewing? What do you look for in a PACU nurse when hiring? I left my last interview pretty frustrated because I just felt like they were HR questions and I wasn't able to articulate myself very well, unfortunately.