I need advice on how to bring up a delicate matter so as to not to be disqualified from a potential job. I applied for a position as a Spa Coordinator at a very high-end hotel and I have the second interview today (in-person with the HR manager). It would be the first time working in a hotel for me and the job pays very little but I just want to get my foot in the door at this point. My issue is that I have had multiple knee, ankle, and neck surgeries over the years and therefore, it is impossible for me to take a job that involves constant standing. I can stand, walk and move around with no problem but I know many hotel jobs involve standing for many hours. I had my first interview yesterday and the recruiter for this hotel chain (the Four Seasons!) suggested that my skills would be better utilized in a customer-facing type of job, which I would also love. So my question here is when to bring the standing issue up. Today with the HR Manager or later on in the process so as not to get disqualified? My idea is to be able to apply to a Customer Experience type of position (and the recruiter agreed) and whenever I have gone to high-end hotels I have seen these types of jobs do have a work-station in the lobby and are sitting down jobs, but I am still nervous about this. Thank you for any advice you can give me!