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Enterprise Rent-A-Car Management & Sales Internship Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Apr 30, 2014
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Management & Sales Internship

Interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Interview Details – Was rather bland, was only a few questions over the phone. Didn't really ask me much about my skills and abilities relative to my major, all they seemed to care about was if I was going to make the company money.


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Management & Sales Internship
Cranford, NJ

I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in March 2014.

Interview Details – The interviewer asked a lot of basic questions about your knowledge of the company, personal back round, and basic customer service questions. A lot of situational questions to see how you would handle certain situations.

Interview Question – Unexpected question was who do you admire and why? I found that to be a little out of the ordinary but it made for good conversation.   Answer Question


1 person found this helpful

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Management & Sales Internship
Oxford, OH

I applied through college or university - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in April 2013.

Interview Details – I had a first round interview and made it to a second round where another person would call me, I made it through that round as well and was told that I would be contacted for my third interview at a local branch where I would spend the day and then have an assessment with the manager. I contacted enterprise multiple times to schedule my third round interview however they never contacted me. They were very hard to keep in contact with and seemed unorganized.

Interview Question – What motivates you to sell?   Answer Question


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Management & Sales Internship Interview

Management & Sales Internship

Interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Interview Details – Great Interview!

Interview Question – Describe a moment when you faced adversity and how did you overcome it?   Answer Question


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Management & Sales Internship Interview

Management & Sales Internship

Interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Interview Details – applied online, email within 2 days, asked for interview following week.


Accepted Offer

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Management & Sales Internship Interview

Management & Sales Internship
Tucson, AZ

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in November 2012.

Interview Details – There was a 4 step interview process. They had mostly behavioral questions ie. "What would you do in this situation". Many of their questions were repeated in future interviews. Nothing to difficult, make sure to express interest in sales during the phone screening.

Interview Question – Nothing outside standard behavioral questions.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – there was no price negotiation


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Management & Sales Internship
Nashville, TN

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in March 2012.

Interview Details – The HR rep contacted me with a phone interview first. This was comprised of the standard questions, How did you hear about us? What relative experience do you have? Are you currently employed?... If you pass this "screening", they will ask you for a second interview in person. Always wear professional business attire. This was another corporate interview with all the same questions every company asks. What was a circumstance in your previous job that you had to overcome an adversity with a client and how did you resolve it? And so forth. If you are not right out of college or under thirty, don't waste your time here. They are looking for a youthful group of individuals who only need a minimum salary and a second rate bonus structure.

Interview Question – Where do you see yourself in ten years?   View Answer


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Management & Sales Internship
Berkeley, CA

I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

Interview Details – Every individual that I interview with was incredibly nice and I felt that they actually wanted to learn more about me on a personal level.

Interview Question – Why enterprise?   Answer Question


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Accepted Offer

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Management & Sales Internship Interview

Management & Sales Internship
Nashville, TN

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in March 2012.

Interview Details – I applied online after attending a career fair on campus at UT Knoxville. I received a call from a recruiter a few days later. The phone call was a screening process. The recruiter asked me how much sales experience I had and if I could work 30-40 hours a week. He then set up a 1 to 1 interview for the following week.
For my first interview I met in an office building with the same recruiter I spoke with on the phone. He was extremely friendly and asked around 15 questions. Most questions had to do with my prior customer service experience and were situational. He then gave me a quick but thorough overview of the job and then I asked a few questions. The interview lasted less than 30 minutes.
I received a call from the same recruiter advancing me to the next stage. In the next stage of the interview I went to a local branch for a 2 part interview. Part one was an hour long observation. For the first 15 minutes they said that they purposely kept me waiting so that I could observe from a far what all was going on. Then, an assistant manager came and got me, and told me to stay in his back pocket and shadow everything he did. He was very friendly and explained everything he was doing to me. I think I spoke with pretty much everyone working there that day, and everyone couldn't have been any nicer or more helpful. It was very busy that day, but everyone seemed to be enjoying their work. Then, the area manager led me to her office for part 2 of the interview. She had a list of 12 questions in her hand that I saw as she led me to her office. This interview was very relaxed and conversational. The questions were simple. On a scale from 1 to 10 how motivated are you? What are some leadership positions you have held? After her questions, I asked her a few questions, and that led to a relaxed and lengthy friendly conversation. I felt like it went well, and then she explained what to expect with my next interview with the VP.
I got a call from the recruiter the next day advancing me to the final interview with the VP. The VP was a little intimidating and he only asked a few short questions. Why do you want this internship? What are some leadership positions you have held? After I asked him some questions, I closed the interview by telling him how much I desired the internship and why I would be a good fit. He seemed very pleased with my closing statement, and he expressed how important a closing statement is. He then told me that he thought I was a good fit and that I would hear back the following day. This interview lasted about 15 minutes. I did not hear back for another week, so I began to get a little nervous, but I finally got a letter in the mail offering me the job.

Interview Question – What is your dream job and why?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – No negotiation. $10/hour starting salary for interns.


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Management & Sales Internship Interview

Management & Sales Internship
Los Angeles, CA

The process took 1+ week - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in July 2010.

Interview Details – 3 step process- As long as you show enthusiasm, willingness to learn, competitive spirit and leadership ability you're in with a good chance.

1st: Recruiter
Basic questions about your background. Sales background is preferred. Typical Q: What do you think is important in the sales process.

2nd: In branch shadow and Area Manager Interview
Observe how the branch operates and then a more thorough interview about your background and resume. (explain what you observed and learnt from being at the branch)

3rd: Interview with the VP
Most important thing: Close at the end. Saying you want the job.

Interview Question – Is there an associate that said something negative about the company?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – No Negotiation. Fixed Salary. You 'll take what they give you.

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