Here is the situation:
I have been doing a part-time English course for some months to improve my English but, I am not sure, somehow I can feel that our English teacher is not good enough. She does not speak English but has been hired to teach us English.
She has given some job interview tips to us, because the course is getting near the end. But I will not be looking for a new job even after this English course because some of you have already known that I am an assistant of ABC cake shop.
In the job interview tips briefing, she said, "If you are interviewing for a teaching job, you should be wearing a nice panty and dress."
Here is the question because of the given situation:
It was very confusing on hearing "If you are interviewing for a teaching job...", and even for the moment I am still confused about it , because we are interviewees, not any interviewers.
Please, can you tell me if the following sentences are correct, or her sentence was incorrect?
(1), "If you are going for an interview for a teaching job..."
(2), "If you are being interviewed for a teaching job..."