Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at NAPA Auto Parts
- Delivery Driver (9)
- Driver (3)
- Counter Salesman (2)
- OUTSIDE SALES (2)
- Stockroom Associate (2)
- Human Resources Manager (2)
- Sales Position (1)
- District Sales Manager (1)
- Store Manager (1)
- ETL Consultant (1)
- Assistant Store Manager (1)
- JDE Senior Analyst Programmer (1)
- Warehouse (1)
- Loss Prevention Manager (1)
- Manager (1)
- Associate District Manager (1)
- Drafting Engineer (1)
- Parts Pro (1)
- Parts Sales and Delivery (1)
- Driver - Hourly (1)
- Office/Accounting Help (1)
- Napa Warehouse Associate (1)
- IBS Counter Sales (1)
- Counterman (1)
- Retail Automotive Parts Specialist (1)
- Territory Sales Manager (1)
- COUNTER SALES (1)
The process took a day – interviewed at NAPA Auto Parts (Yuma, AZ) in October 2011.
Basic questions about my qualifications for the job along with some very hard questions that really make you think
Other Interview Reviews for NAPA Auto Parts
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The process took a day – interviewed at NAPA Auto Parts (Auburn, NY) in April 2010.
I saw the advertisement for the job online via craigslist. They said to apply in person so I went in the next day filled out my application which was very difficult I may say because the paper I filled out was photocopied so many times that it was barely legible. The next day(monday from friday) I got called in for an interview and was immediately considered hired as per my license was clear. I informed my boss that I had one offense and I think honesty was critical in keeping this job.
- Would you be able to change your schooling for the job 1 Answer
Driver InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied in-person. The process took a day – interviewed at NAPA Auto Parts (Albany, NY) in April 2009.
Asked me if I could lift heavy boxes? If you were running behind and if a customer wanted to do returns of stock and cores - what would you do?