Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Toys ''R'' Us
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Store Director Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Toys ''R'' Us (Chicago, IL).
Very thorough process,, but nothing unexpected.
I applied for a bench managers position, as they currently had no openings for Store Director. The plan was to train as a Store Director and work alongside a SD until a position became available.
I first had a phone interview with the recruiter which lasted roughly 30 minutes. Next came a face to face interview with An HR Manager and a District Manager. Again this was roughly 30 minutes, focussing on my operational style. I was asked back again to meet with a Regional HR person where we discussed opportunities within the organization. She asked me to meet with her boss for another interview which was brief and went over the same information from my résumé. Next came an interview with the District Manager for the area I was applying, and finally a week later, a phone interview with the Regional Vice
I was called two business days later with an offer to run my own store, no bench necessary.
- If you have ever interviewed for a management position, you will be familiar with the question style. Everything they asked related to my experience and performance as a leader. Answer Question
No need to negotiate, as they met all my requests for salary and benefits.