Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Lowe's
- Customer Service Associate (115)
- Cashier (104)
- Department Manager (68)
- Sales Specialist (55)
- Head Cashier (54)
- Sales Associate (54)
- CSA (47)
- Seasonal Cashier (42)
- Customer Service Associate II (39)
- Assistant Store Manager (39)
- Customer Service Associate I (19)
- Part Time Cashier (17)
- Human Resources Manager (16)
- Millwork Sales Specialist (13)
- Cashier - Front End (13)
- Csa Front End (13)
- Appliance Sales Specialist (11)
- Department Manager Lowes (11)
- Installed Sales Coordinator (11)
- Manager (10)
- Sales Specialist Flooring (10)
- Assistant Manager (9)
- Store Manager (9)
- Loader (9)
- Unload Associate (9)
- Delivery Driver (8)
- Assembler (8)
- Kitchen Designer (7)
- Commercial Sales Specialist (7)
- Customer Service Associate IV (7)
Seasonal Loader Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Lowe's in March 2012.
I applied for a customer service associate position and a seasonal loader position a few days after that. I got an e-mail a week later saying "thanks for applying" about the CSA position. Maybe another week after that, I got a phone call about the seasonal loader position saying I should come in for an interview, which I happily did. It was in a few days so I had time to prepare for several answers, none of which they asked me during my first interview with the HR manager. It either went well enough to get a second interview or they pitied me, but either way I scheduled a second one for a few days after that. It was a short interview, maybe 6-8 questions.
In that time, I prepared answers for several more questions. Luckily, they asked me at least a few of the questions I prepared answers for. She asked me a lot of questions, easily 15-18, so I definitely did not have answers right on the spot, but my answers were better, and as a whole, the second interview went much smoother than the first.
They told me they would call me if I got the job or e-mail me if I didn't. After two weeks, they finally e-mailed me and told me no.
They were the first interviews where I didn't get asked "tell me about yourself." Tons and tons of behavioral questions, I almost wish I had an audio recorder to list them all. Take the time to prepare and practice your answers until you have memorized them and can deliver them confidently!