Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Crocs
- Store Manager (7)
- Sales Associate (5)
- Production Planner (2)
- Business Analyst (2)
- Manager (2)
- Sales Team Lead (2)
- Sales Associate At Crocs (2)
- Assistant Store Manager (2)
- National Sales Manager (1)
- Any (1)
- Inventory Analyst (1)
- Associate Product Line Manager (1)
- Manager In Training (1)
- Team Lead (1)
- Global Finance Manager (1)
- Shift Lead (1)
- Human Resources (1)
- Project Manager (1)
- Global Trade Compliance Manager (1)
- Sales Person (1)
- Brand Ambassador (1)
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Crocs.
Phone interview with HR initially. HR gave an overview of the job description and then asked a few key questions. He then scheduled a onsite interview with the IT team Onsite Interview: Offices were nice. Front desk attendent was very friendly and spoke highly of the company and her many years there. Interview was late starting due to team being late back from lunch. Interviewed by 5 team members. It was a less structured than I would have expected. Basically the team asked random questions at will.
- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Crocs (Niwot, CO) in January 2013.
Phone interview, on site interview and then they extended offer
- All pretty general Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Crocs (Nashville, TN) in February 2012.
I was contacted by a store manager from Sevierville, TN for the initial phone interview. She was great- friendly, personable, answered all questions I had, and took the time to really explain the job and the company to me. She forwarded my info to the district manager, who is based out of Atlanta. I met him early the next week for the second interview. He came sauntering up in gross jeans, a hoodie, and an old baseball cap. We came to the conclusion at the end of our interview that it would not be a good fit for me to work there, due to him being so "laid-back" (meaning non-committal and a hippie) and me being more high-energy. I would say if you get an interview, dress down. WAYYYYY down.