Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Sam's Club
- Cashier (109)
- Assistant Manager (16)
- Sales Associate (15)
- Cafe Associate (15)
- Membership Associate (11)
- Sales Associate/Cashier (10)
- Checkout Supervisor, COS (9)
- Front End Cashier (7)
- Cart Attendant (6)
- Connection Center (5)
- Electronic Sales Associate (5)
- Meat Cutter (5)
- Tire Technician (4)
- Overnight Stocker (4)
- Manager In Training (4)
- Store Manager (3)
- Pharmacy Technician (3)
- Produce Associate (3)
- Member Services Representative (3)
- Club Manager (3)
- Night Merchandiser (3)
- Tire & Battery Tech (3)
- Member Service Supervisor (3)
- Wireless Sales Consultant (3)
- Member Service Cashier (2)
- Supervisor (2)
- Wireless (2)
- Member Services Associate (2)
- Cart Associate (2)
- Overnight Merchandiser (2)
Management Intern Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Sam's Club.
Recruiter held on-campus interviews.
Signed up and received an in-person interview. I was offered a Position on the spot.
They gave me the choice of two different locations as they both required 2 interns and it was early in their recruiting process.
- Name a time when you had a disagreement with a coworker and were able to communicate your point AND convince the other person without offending them. Answer Question
Fixed rate for interns. Make sure to list as much previous job experience as this is how they base your pay rate.
Other Interview Reviews for Sam's Club
Management Intern InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Sam's Club in January 2010.
I found the job posting on my University's career website and e-mailed about an interview. They had scheduled a time on campus for face-to-face interviews but cancelled the day before and asked to do a phone interview instead. I was Interviewed by regional manager of HR for about 30 minutes. I was asked scripted questions that were very generic about team work, strengths and weaknesses, a time I failed, etc. The interviewer was polite and professional but the whenever people ask scripted questions at interviews it always feels a little impersonal and automatic. The questions were too long with 3-4 questions within the full question. The interviewer repeated the questions a couple of times and didn't seem to mind. The interviewer did not offer very much information about the internship even after I asked some questions. This is a very generic interview, almost textbook.