Culver’s Interview Questions & Tips

How to Get a Job at Culver's

Personable qualities, diligence and dedication in the workplace, and potential to grow are at the forefront of hiring managers' checklists as they screen potential Culver's employees. After submitting the necessary employment forms online or in-store, an applicant is typically contacted for an interview within a week, pending open positions. Most job hopefuls participate in a single job interview with a shift leader or store manager. However, an applicant may be asked to come back for a second meeting with a higher-up in the company. Some interviewees are offered jobs on the spot, but the entire hiring process could range anywhere from one to three weeks.

Successfully Navigating The Interview

Dress business casual to the Culver’s job interview and try to arrive a few minutes before the scheduled meeting time. A fairly brief session, the interview includes questions, such as: "How would you handle an accident involving a customer who did not receive what they asked for?", "How do you spend your time outside of work?", and "Have you had any experience in the food service industry before?" Tailor responses to reflect a customer-oriented attitude and demonstrate a desire to work as part of a team. Teamwork and exceptional customer service are core values to the restaurant chain, and the company tends to recognize workers who go above and beyond to meet these standards consistently and competently. Highlight any other relevant experience which further qualifies you for the desired position. Be sure to thank the interviewer for their time and do not be afraid to ask for a decision timeline if the job is not offered on the spot.


  • brey. says:

    Hi, I work at Culver’s of Wisconsin and have been for almost two years now.

    Things to bring at an interview: a smile.
    Educational level required: high school (or 14 years old and up)
    What you shall wear: tan pants (because it’s the closest to our uniform) or black pants and a t-shirt without words or anything. Just wear something that you’d wear to church.
    Pay?: minimum wage, and about 5 times a year you’ll have chances to get raises.
    Drug Testing: no we don’t drug test, rofl, so no worries about that.
    2nd Interview: if you get a second one, you’ll get a call, if not, you’ll get a letter in the mail with coupons ROFL…and it shouldn’t take more than 2 weeks.


  • bluecollarguy says:

    The interview was simple, easy questions that require little to no thought at all.

  • Amy says:

    I was recently hired for a brand new culvers restaraunt in my area. They advertised a job fair, and I went and filled out an application. Then they interviewed me, took all of 10 minutes. They really emphasized that they wanted to know how I did with stress, and how available I was. I told them I could handle it, and talked a little about situations in which I have had to handle stress, and I must have said something right, because three hours after leaving the interview, they called me and offered me the job.

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