Dollar Tree District Manager In Training Interview Questions

Updated Jun 22, 2015

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Anonymous Interview Candidate in State College, PA

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Neutral Experience
Average Interview

I applied through college or university. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Dollar Tree (State College, PA) in Feb 2015


Very professional. Met with them at a career fair at my university and got an interview for the next morning. Sat down with two talent reps and a recent graduate of the trainee program face to face. Then received an email saying i made it to the next round and had a Skype meeting with another talent rep from their HQ

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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Positive Experience
Average Interview

I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Dollar Tree


Frist interview with district manager , then upper management decides if you get a second interview. The interview was held at the Annapolis store. They had an office in the back of the store. The district manager asked me a lot of questions but she also answered all of my questions, which I had many. I asked her to explain her day to day activities. She was responsible for ten stores

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  • I did not have any difficult questions because I was asked about my responsibilities as a district manager. Example: she asked how I handled customer complaints, I just talked about the most difficult ones and how I handled them.
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Anonymous Employee in Chesapeake, VA

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I applied in-person. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Dollar Tree (Chesapeake, VA) in Apr 2012


The initial interview was on-site at Big East career Fair. The company recruits in the spring at large conference career fairs and around the VA area. After completing the on-site interview with a Regional Director, I was passed on to corporate. I was invited over the phone to an all day event at the corporate headquarters in Chesapeake, VA. The corporate interview was broken down into three parts. First, the head of college recruiting the night of arrival held a group dinner. The first half of the interview day consisted of multiple information sessions. It consisted of job overview, salary and benefit calculations, and tour of the distribution center. The second half of the day consisted of interviews with all levels of HR. A total of 5 interviews were completed. I received a call a week later, then an official offer within two weeks. The corporate environment was business casual. I was impressed that even the CEO was eating in the cafeteria where we had our group lunch. Our group was greeted by almost everyone we walked past.

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