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I worked at Burton Snowboards part-time (More than 3 years)
I worked as a part time sales associates at one of the flagship stores. It was great I was treated wonderfully and they really went out of their way to make us all feel like family.
Sometimes there would be a gap between the stores and corporate.
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Burton Snowboards.
I applied online and was contacted immediately by HR. We set up a 30 minute phone interview. This went well so we scheduled an hour phone interview with the hiring manager for the role. This went well so we scheduled a trip to Burlington. Burton covered transport and put me up in a hotel. They gave me a schedule beforehand detailing everyone I would be meeting with. I met 11 people in total over the course of 6.5 hours. It was very casual, more of a meet and greet. Everyone was organized and super friendly. Total time from first phone call to job offer was 4 weeks.
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In 1977, Jake Burton Carpenter founded Burton Snowboards out of his Vermont barn. Since then, Burton has fueled the growth of snowboarding worldwide through its groundbreaking product lines, its grassroots efforts to get the sport accepted at resorts and its team of top snowboarders. In 1996, Burton began growing its family of brands to include board sports equipment and ...
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