Say thank you to your interviewer at the end and after by email or send a 'thank you' card by post.
Interact, maybe, with the interviewer's linkedin profile.
Think of meaningful questions to express that you're curious and have thought about the company.
Make first impressions count and offer warm greetings with all you speak to.
Don't be late. Make plans for delays.
Do not use unprofessional terminology.
Suggestions for those looking for employment:
"Before you begin to apply be sure to find out as much as you can about your prospective employer. Understand what it is that they do, who their market is, their competition, and things that they feel are important. An employer isn’t going to give much credit to your words if you don’t know what they do."
Key things for this position:
A team player with a commitment to providing the highest level of service.
Self-motivated, with strong desire to succeed
Ability to work additional hours to meet the needs of the post as and when required