Where to Apply
Applicants looking to interview for customer service roles with gas station and convenience store chain Kum & Go should apply either online or at a local store.
Time from Application to Hire
Typically starting with phone interviews before moving on to one-on-one meetings, candidates should expect no more than one or two interviews before hiring decisions are finalized. Entry-level applicants may receive job offers after initial face-to-face interviews. For managerial and supervisory positions, the interview process may take anywhere from two to four weeks and include two screenings. At the conclusion of the hiring process, candidates may need to submit to background checks and drug screenings.
In the Interview
Sales associates often meet up with store or general managers for one-on-one interviews. Most Kum & Go hiring personnel place emphasis on prior work experience, education, and retail knowledge throughout questioning. The administration of basic arithmetic tests to show candidate proficiency may occur. Common questions posed may include, "What is your availability?" and "Can you stand for eight to ten hours at a time?" Applicants may require more than one interview or may obtain job offers after the initial meeting.
Supervisory roles may include a more extensive interview process requiring multiple meetings with various corporate hiring persons. The employment process may last up to three weeks. Typical interview questions applicants tackle at managerial interviews include, "How would you train associates to recognize the need for reducing inventory loss?" and "How would you keep your location profitable while maintaining salary commitments?" Kum & Go jobs featuring regular physical straining, such as bending repetitiously, normally require applicants to stand in good health.
Show any appropriate knowledge of the industry and earnestness in every response to Kum & GO interview questions. Candidates demonstrating a penchant for customer service and retail skillfulness may receive further consideration. Maintain excellent posture and eye contact throughout the interview process. Interviewees who do not receive offers of employment at the end of the interview process should check back with the convenience store chain to corroborate job status.