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Distribution Center Group Leader/Target Interview

Distribution Center Group Leader/Target
Sacramento, CA

I applied through college or university and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Target in October 2012.

Interview Details – I applied through my school's career center website. I was contact via phone the next day. I returned her call the following day, after having reviewed the interview quuestions posted on this website. She returned my call within about 2 minutes. The questions she asked were not on this website. I will paraphrase them below. I asked about the interviewing process. She said there was this initial interview, then an assessment must be taken (Not explained), then 3 in-person interviews, and 1 more phone interview. I asked about training provided. She said there would be 6 weeks of hands-on training at full salary pay. She was very friendly, so I reccommend being confident, yet light-hearted and friendly. She said that she was going to take another look at my resume and get back to me with regards to whether she would want to move forward in the process with me or not. I will try to see if this site lets me update this post.

Interview Question – This was in the initial over the phone interview, paraphrased from memory. (not in order)....

"What interests you about this position and in working with Target?"

"Now, Miss X, I noticed on your resume that you are going to be graduating with a degree in XXX, next year. What are your career goals?"

"Tell me a little about your experience with leading others"

"What is one of your best skills when in a group?"

"What is the most difficult part of your job?"

"What would you like to change about your job?"

"Do you have any questions?" ----I don't know if she asked this, or if I just jumped in and asked
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