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Retail Manager Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate
Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Easy Interview

Application

The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at Six Flags in April 2010.

Interview

I applied online and heard back towards the end of the summer. They called and made arrangements of when to come in for the general interview. Once going in you fill out some paper work and they send you home with a packet. After that you go back in after two weeks for another interview. Then you hand the packet into the HR and they write what you'll make, and the hours, etc. Then in the following week they schedule an incept/ orientation where they do fun activities to get you associated with the Six Flags mantra and the ways SIx Flags handles certain task, emergencies, the way you deal with media, etc. After that you split off to the department you are in whether it's Rides and Attractions, Retail. Games, etc. One of two things happen following that. one you immediately go for training where they show you the ropes and then you go out in the park and star or, two they schedule when you come in for training and then go in for it and then start in the park.

Interview Questions

  • What do you know about the Park and who is the founder?   Answer Question
  • Why do you feel it's necessary to show great customer service?   Answer Question

Negotiation

If you want a higher salary you have to apply for a promotion to get a raise. There is really no negotiating.

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