A general merchandise retailer with stores across the United States. This retailer is both online and in-store, and provides everything from groceries and essentials to clothing and electronics.
Target looks for leadership skills and team-oriented thinking. Target's culture places an emphasis on learning, backed by the more than seven million payroll hours that they invest into training each year. Because of this, they look for individuals who care about their personal and career development.
Are you looking for the opportunity to gain experience while working with an innovative and industry-leading organization? Target offers a variety of positions for recent graduates and those looking for internships in the areas of store leadership, distribution center leadership, pharmacy, corporate undergraduate and corporate MBA opportunities. You’ll gain invaluable on-the-job experience, career development and leadership opportunities while getting an introduction to our collaborative, fun and engaging culture.
The interview process differs from role to role, but typically follows the general outline of the steps below.
1. Initial Phone Screening
The first step is usually a brief phone conversation with a recruiter to get a better idea of your background and interests.
3. One-on-one Interview
The next step is an onsite one-on-one interview. Questions should be standard behavioral ones, and the interview will be conducted by the hiring manager.
4. Panel-style Interview
The last step is an interview with two or more managers.
Use your network
Reach out to your alumni network and see if they can offer you insight into Target. and the interview process
Do your research
Do research on Target, such as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.
Practice makes perfect
The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.
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