I have been working at Penske full-time (Less than a year)
They offer benefits, They do a good job trying to place employees in positions they will excel in.
The pay was not very competitive. The upper management tends to pick favorites.
I applied through college or university. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Penske (Saint Louis, MO) in February 2017.
The process went relatively fast once the interview process began. I applied online through my school's career website in December. I received a call in February. The first interview was really just to gauge your communication skills. Then I went to the facility. I had 2 more interviews after that all totaling about 1.5 weeks total. It was a pretty relaxed interview. Know your resume, and what you have to offer. There were a lot of situational questions, and behavioral questions. The cool thing about this job is that it really is an entry level fast track to management. They don't expect you to know anything, but do expect you to be willing to learn.