Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Nestlé USA
- Retail Sales Representative (8)
- Operations Management Trainee (4)
- Project Manager (3)
- Marketing Associate (3)
- OMT Trainee (3)
- Associate Brand Manager (3)
- Sales Development Program (3)
- Business Analyst (3)
- NDIC (2)
- Supply Chain Trainee (2)
- Procurement Internship (2)
- Supply Chain and Procurement (2)
- Intern (2)
- Administrative Assistant (2)
- Human Resources Manager (2)
- Project Engineer (2)
- Associate Marketing Manager (2)
- Operator (2)
- Analyst (2)
- Industrial Engineer (2)
- Human Resources Development Program (2)
- Demand Planner (2)
- Procurement Intern (2)
- Route Sales Representative (2)
- Financial Analyst (2)
- Financial Analyst Rotational Program Trainee (2)
- Sales Representative (1)
- Packaging Engineer (1)
- Warehouse Supervisor (1)
- District Sales Leader (1)
NSDP/Retail Sales Representative Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Nestlé USA.
The process from start to finish was about 2 months, with two interviews on the university campus followed by a "day in the field" with a current member of the NSDP program/Retail Representative. As far as the interviews go, everyone is quite friendly and isn't trying to trick you with any crazy brain teasers or puzzles like in consulting or tech.
To Outline the process:
1.) Information Session on the company after submitting resume and scheduling interview: at this stage they'll tell you all of the benefits of Nestle and how great it is (most of these people will interview the next day).
2.) First Round Interview: This will be an interview with someone who is still in the NSDP program (first 5 years) and then a Director or someone at that level.
3.) Second Round: This interview will be with a VP of Sales or some other high level person, you'll have more of a chat and any questions will largely be behavioral based.
4.) Interview in LA/Glendale California, they'll fly you out and you'll have a networking event followed by a dinner. The following day you will have a half day of interviews. You'll continuously be meeting with VPs and other high level people at this point and this is all part of the interview process.
Recommendations: Geographical flexibility is paramount for this position and being able to move once every year/2 years. If you aren't geographically flexible you probably will not get the position, within the first 4 years alone you will likely move 3 times. If they ask you whether there is any place you wouldn't want to work, just say that location doesn't matter as that puts them off.