I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at PetSmart in September 2012.
Interview Details – A new store was opening near me so I put in an application. About a week later I got a call inviting me to an interview the next day at a nearby hotel. I answered the usual behavioral question and I was offered a job on the spot and went for a drug test the next day.
Interview Question – Tell me a time when you had someone try something new and how did it go?
A customer comes in and wants four comets for a ten gallon tank what do you tell them? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Pay was based on my experience, there was no negotiation.
I applied online - interviewed at PetSmart in August 2013.
Interview Details – Applied for an Early Morning Stocker position and within a few days I received a call to set up for an interview at 4:30 AM. Yes, that early. Wasn't really informed on how to get into the store so I just stood outside until someone saw me. The interview seemed like it was long but it was only 10 minutes. Questions were mainly behavioral. Two or three more people were waiting for an interview when I was leaving. The manager informed me that he had a few more interviews and stated that he would call that weekend to inform me whether I would go through for a second interview. I did receive and call and was told that the company decided to move in a different direction. I appreciated the call even though they didn't offer me a position. This was really the first time I've received a call back even if It was just to inform me that I wasn't hired, which is good because there has been many times where I was stressing about whether I was hired or not.
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I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at PetSmart in May 2012.
Interview Details – I applied online, three days later I got a call to come in the next day for the interview. I arrived 10 minutes early and talked to one of the managers. He asked me the normal, describe your self, are you committed and ect. He then took me to the back of the stock room and showed me around. He asked if i was really willing to commit to coming in at 5am till around 12 or 1pm. I called the next hour and said I would except and go do the drug test.
They have a no visible tattoo policy; I have tattoos on my fore arms. I asked him if this would be a problem, he just said you would have to wear long sleeves.
Negotiation Details – I made the mistake and put $8/hr, i should have put in $10 and then negotiate. I got the $8/hr by the way.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at PetSmart in July 2010.
Interview Details – I was called and they set up an interview for me.I interviewed with two managers. They seemed irritated by me being there. The interview was in a super small office that the three of us could barely fit in. They told me that if they wanted a second interview they'd call me in a few days. They also said if I accepted the pay would be $7.50 and start at 15 hours a week.
Interview Question – If you take this job you will be paid $7.50 an hour is that okay with you? View Answer
Company Information PetSmart, Inc. (NASDAQ: PETM) As the largest specialty pet retailer of services and solutions for the lifetime needs of pets, we employ approximately 52,000 associates and operate 1,278 stores and… — Full Overview
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