76 gas stations administer straightforward and effective hiring procedures to fill entry-level positions. Some associates cite the employment process taking no more than several hours to complete, as various locations conduct walk-in hiring sessions during slow hours. Store managers typically navigate short 15- to 20-minute interview sessions, during which candidates respond to inquiries regarding work history, availability, and customer service aptitude. Most applicants receive job offers by the end of the meeting. Some locations may require candidates to submit to drug testing and criminal background checks as the final step of the hiring process. New associates begin work after hiring managers review test results.
Applicants should wear business-casual attire when attending 76 gas station job interviews. Employment hunters who do not receive immediate interview opportunities should show up to scheduled meetings on time. Managers typically ask simple questions like, "Why do you want to work here?", "What did you do at your previous job?" and "How are your basic math skills?" during the brief interview sessions. Prepare several questions to ask hiring managers if given the opportunity and demonstrate sincere interest in working for the company when possible. Candidates who communicate open schedules may gain additional hiring consideration during the process, as gas station clerks often work irregular hours. Thank the interviewer for his/her time after the meeting. Applicants who do not receive hiring determinations at the end of the meeting should follow-up with the manager within several days of the final interview to show further interested in the position.