During the National Tire & Battery hiring process, prospective workers meet with area and district managers to discuss potential job duties and qualifications. Candidates meet with area managers more often than any other hiring representative. Face-to-face interviews typically serve as the traditional method of screening candidates. Entry-level job seekers and full-time employment hopefuls both generally participate in a single NTB interview. Interviews last roughly 20 to 30 minutes. In some cases, area managers take applicants on brief tours of the desired location and introduce candidates to potential coworkers.
Key Candidate Attributes
Though typically conducted in a brief 1:1 interview, NTB hiring sessions gauge applicant qualifications based on past jobs and personal interests and abilities. Ideal characteristics of National Tire & battery applicants include passion for the automotive repair industry, attention to detail, and excellent work ethics.
NTB interview questions regularly revolve around applicant ability to work as part of a team and provide excellent service at all times. Beginning with submitting required hiring materials to desired locations, the entire interview process takes anywhere from a single day up to two weeks. High volumes of eligible candidates may increase time spent participating in the hiring process.