Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Fastenal
- Sales Support (27)
- OUTSIDE SALES (22)
- General Manager (15)
- Part-Time Sales Support (15)
- Sales Trainee/Outside Sales (15)
- Part Time Support (10)
- Sales Associate (9)
- Sales Trainee (9)
- Inside Sales (7)
- Outside Sales Representative (7)
- General Warehouse (4)
- Sales (3)
- Sales Representative (3)
- Sales Coordinator (2)
- Warehouse Worker (2)
- Manager (2)
- GM (2)
- Sales Assistant (2)
- Pt Sales Support (2)
- OSP (2)
- Material Handling (1)
- Inside Sales Support (1)
- Unit Load Picker (1)
- Branch Sales (1)
- National Accounts Sourcing (1)
- Sales Trainee/Outside Sales Representative (1)
- Outside Sale (1)
- Product Marketing Coordinator (1)
- Warehouse Laborer (1)
- In Store Sales Support (1)
Warehouse Worker Interview
I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Fastenal (Winona, MN) in January 2012.
very odd… Seemed to be focused on math skills, not my ability to do the work. While the job was fairly routine, the demands and skills required seemed unrelated to the work I was seeking.
- that I work weekends? Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
It was obvious that they didn't want to use my skills.
Other Interview Reviews for Fastenal
Warehouse Worker InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Fastenal (Milwaukee, WI) in August 2010.
Applying online features an IQ test, skills/aptitude test, and personality test to see if you match corporate values. I was called two days after the application, and went for the interview that week. It went well, and met with the district manager the week after. He said I would be better suited to a different/better job, and passed men to another manager. After a phone interview with him, he passed me to yet ANOTHER district manager, who told me to apply at two stores. I phone interviewed with both store managers, then had a one on one with a store manager, then a two on one with the DM and store manager again. Two days later I got a job offer. So, in total, seven phone interviews and four face to face, over a month. For a part time job. Absurd.
- How do you see yourself in the Fastenal culture? 1 Answer
Because I had experience in both sales and manufacturing (two different jobs), I received a better starting wage. If you have no experience in either field, look elsewhere...you'll make peanuts.