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Disney Parks & Resorts Resorts Leadership Casting Call Interview Questions

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Resorts Leadership Casting Call Interview

Anonymous Employee in Lake Buena Vista, FL
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Application

I applied online. The process took 5+ months. I interviewed at Disney Parks & Resorts (Lake Buena Vista, FL) in March 2012.

Interview

The Leadership Casting Call is a process to develop of talent pool of candidates to become salaried Guest Service Managers. This is generally open to current Cast Members [Employees] but external hires have been known to be added. The whole process starts with information sessions that are held across property. From there an application is sent online. Applications are processed and feedback from your leadership (3 levels) is reviewed.

(Time in between:3 weeks-3 months)

From there, invitations are sent for first round interviews. These are panel interviews with 3-5 people per panel. The interviewers are Area or Operations level Leaders. Questions vary from experiential questions to "what would you do if" type scenarios. The overall interview lasts about 20-30 minutes. You will find out whether or not you advance to the second round within 48 hours. Regardless if you progress to the next round, you will be provided feedback on how you performed in your interview.

(Time in between: 1-3 weeks)

The second round takes the form of three round-robin panel interviews. Questions are similar and last the same amount of time.

Finding out if you "made the pool" could take up to a month as well.

Interview Questions

  • Tell me about a company policy or rule that was implemented that you didn't agree with and how you supported it in your operation.   Answer Question

Negotiation

There really aren't any negotiations in this case. Compensation is predetermined.

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