- Most Recent
- Oldest First
- Most Difficult
Interviews at UPS
Interviews for Top Jobs at UPS
- Part Time Package Handler (692)
- Package Handler (353)
- Seasonal Driver Helper (297)
- Driver Helper (121)
- Inside Sales Representative (98)
- Delivery Driver (95)
- Preloader (79)
- Loader (68)
- Part Time Supervisor (60)
- Account Executive (48)
- Supervisor (48)
- Intern (43)
- Driver (43)
- Warehouse Worker (31)
- Loader/Unloader (31)
- Seasonal Package Handler (30)
- Customer Service Representative (29)
- Unloader (26)
- Sales Associate (25)
- Sorter (24)
- UPS Part Time Package Handler (24)
- Seasonal Driver (23)
- Package Delivery Driver (21)
- Driver/Helper (20)
- Industrial Engineer (19)
- Warehouse Associate (17)
- Internship (17)
- Part Time Operations Supervisor (17)
- PVD Personal Vehicle Driver (17)
- Pre-loader (16)
Anonymous Employee in East Syracuse, NY
I applied online. I interviewed at UPS (East Syracuse, NY)
After applying online, I watched some videos detailing what the job would be like and answered a questionnaire and as well as what to expect on my first day at UPS. I was then immediately offered a job contingent on me being able to provide proper identification on my first day, which is orientation.
- Various questions about you physical abilities.
Anonymous Employee in Greenville, SC
I applied online. I interviewed at UPS (Greenville, SC)
Two part inter view - regular inter view questions , degree not need Ed but plus if no sales skills .. one on one very informal with a HR person was first interview over teams
- Regular questions for interviews nothing not average
What people are saying about UPS
Got a burning question about interviews at UPS? Just ask!
On Glassdoor, you can share insights and advice anonymously with UPS employees and get real answers from people on the inside.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dallas, TX
I interviewed at UPS (Dallas, TX)
Receive a call, if you pass the recruiter , then you are set up with the manager, then back to to recruiter, the recruiter tell you if you will receive a call back for another interview. Ask if you have nay other questions
- how do you feel about driving in all types of weather
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Farmington Hills, MI
I interviewed at UPS (Farmington Hills, MI)
The interview process consisted of several questions that weren't relevant to the job position, I found out early that there was a misunderstanding between the job and HR. They forced be through the interview for reasons unknown but surprising I got the job as a result of thier mistakes and poor communication I decided to decline the offer
- What would I describe my self as an animal
Anonymous Employee in Newark, NJ
I applied in-person. I interviewed at UPS (Newark, NJ)
The whole interview process is ... not your typical driving interview as expected. But the training is not for the weak. I made it through pretty gracefully. Awesome trainers in the Secaucus,NJ.
- 10 point commentary verbally and hand written.
I applied online. I interviewed at UPS
Online only. Simple, but many pages to review and questions to answer. Need at least 1 hour to complete. Background check on the spot. Hire notice on the spot. Start date available within a few minutes to a few days of receiving hire notice.
- Name, address, telephone, email and SSN
Anonymous Employee in Tucson, AZ
I interviewed at UPS (Tucson, AZ)
It was all online and pretty easy. Made it less people interactive to get the job. They treat their interviewers like they treat their packages -very impersonally. but it really takes down some of the anxiety you might have about job interviewing or whatever if you’re one of those people.
- What was my full name?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Los Angeles, CA
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at UPS (Los Angeles, CA)
theres no interview, they will email you all the steps, and you have to watch a short video they provide, and then if they select you, you will be oriented on where, and how to do your job etc.
- where do you see yourself in 5 years. basic questions
Anonymous Employee in Louisville, KY
I applied in-person. I interviewed at UPS (Louisville, KY)
Interviewed with other supervisors, and managers for the job. Asked mostly integrity questions along with some what-if scenarios. Gave answers for each question along with the online map process for the job
- Online Map process for the job
The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at UPS
Straight forward - No take home assignments or anything beyond a standard interview. This is a pleasant surprise nowadays, especially in tech. Ensure that you can confidently speak on any process/technology listed on the job description and you should be ok.
- CIA Triad, TCP/IP Handshake, network+ and security+ material.
Anonymous Employee in Round Rock, TX
I applied online. I interviewed at UPS (Round Rock, TX) in Sep 2023
There is No interview just fill out paperwork and questions and you’ll get selected and moved right into orientation. Just say you can lift stuff and fill out everything they want and then select your start day.
UPS Interviews FAQs
Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at UPS as 70.7% positive with a difficulty rating score of 1.89 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Part Time Driver and Web Developer rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for Associate and Air Driver roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at UPS takes an average of 12.53 days when considering 3,585 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Aircraft Mechanic had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas UPS Full Time Supervisor roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 225 days).
Common stages of the interview process at UPS according to 3,585 Glassdoor interviews include:
One on One Interview: 21.21%
Group Panel Interview: 13.55%
Background Check: 13.41%
Drug Test: 13.24%
Phone Interview: 11.14%
Skills Test: 8.06%
IQ Intelligence Test: 4.49%
Personality Test: 4.30%