Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Chili's
- Server (51)
- Hostess (19)
- Server/Waiter (15)
- Line Cook (10)
- Food Server (10)
- Manager (10)
- Host (9)
- Server/Bartender (9)
- Dishwasher (6)
- Prep Cook (6)
- Host/Hostess (5)
- Restaurant Manager (5)
- Waitress (3)
- To-Go (3)
- General Manager (3)
- Assistant Manager (2)
- Store Manager (2)
- Waiter (2)
- Cook (2)
- Bartender (2)
- To Go/QA (1)
- Togo Specialist (1)
- Back of House (1)
- Server/Host (1)
- Chilli's To-Go Cashier (1)
- To Go Specialist (1)
- Hostess/Food Server (1)
- Waitress/Food Expo (1)
- Chili's Server (1)
- Quality Assurance (1)
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Chili's (Tucson, AZ) in March 2014.
Applied Online. Called. Got an Interview within the next week. Went in and received a call that I got hired the next day.
Was a very laid back interview. It started off by the manager interviewing me about herself then asked what I like to do on my spare time. Then I talked to the GM.
Asked about my experience and if I would have difficulty transitioning to their restaurant.
I waited over an hour at the store to be interview.
- My weaknesses at my past job and why I left my past job. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Chili's
Waitress InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Chili's (Blaine, MN) in August 2011.
I dropped off my application to the manager directly and after looking at my app they invited me in for an interview the next week. They must have really liked my work experience because at they asked me a few questions in the interview about my past serving experience, then they start having me fill out paper work and told me to come back the next week for training.
- What do you do when a customer complains and they are clearly in the wrong? 1 Answer
Waitress InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Chili's (Concord, NC) in January 2009.
I was first interviewed by the assistant manager. Once he liked my interview, I was then called back a couple days later to have an interview with the manager.
The pay was nonnegotiable. Everyone makes 2.13 an hour no matter what.