Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Public Storage
- Relief Manager (22)
- District Manager (21)
- Property Manager (13)
- District Manager Public Storage (7)
- Manager (3)
- Resident Property/Manager (2)
- On-Site Sales Manager (1)
- Property Manager/KTP (1)
- Relief/Property Manager (1)
- Public Storage Retail Associate Position (1)
- PS On Site Manager (1)
- Customer Service (1)
- Sales Associate (1)
- Call Center Representative (1)
- Software (1)
- Administrative Assistance (1)
- Inside Sales (1)
- Exempt (1)
- DM (1)
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Public Storage in January 2010.
The interview focused on money handling, sales & ethics. The pay scale & bonus structure was explained. Questions were asked about the background & credit check. Understand that the starting pay is close to the maximum pay. This company doesn't offer more than a quarter bonus at the most a year. Understand that with this job you qualify for food stamps!
There was no negotiation. They start everyone at the same low amount.
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Public Storage in January 2010.
Phone interview with recruiter invited to local office to interview face to face with upper management. Be prepared to answer behavioral questions. Such as what would you do when dealing with an irate customer, etc. interview qustions are read off a sheet. Interview is probably no more than 30 minutes long. More than likely will be offerdd position on the spot if they like you.
- Tell me about a time you had conflict with another employee. Answer Question
No negotation take it or leave it.
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Public Storage in April 2008.
After initial phone call to set up appointment, met with district manager onsite. We toured the facility and then sat down and had a question and answer type meeting. The district manager was new to the industry and was asking me questions regarding how he should do his job.
- How many years experience do you have in the industry? 1 Answer