Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Burlington Coat Factory
- Cashier (25)
- Sales Associate (21)
- Sales Associate/Cashier (16)
- Loss Prevention Associate (11)
- Receiving Associate (10)
- Customer Service Cashier (10)
- Sales Floor Associate (8)
- Store Manager (8)
- Assistant Buyer (7)
- Merchandise Manager (6)
- Assistant Store Manager (6)
- Customer Service Supervisor (6)
- Merchandise Team Associate (5)
- Management (4)
- Customer Service Logistics Manager (4)
- Sportswear Associate (3)
- Markdown Associate (3)
- Seasonal Sales Associate (2)
- Sale Associate (1)
- Human Resources Coordinator (1)
- Head Cashier (1)
- Corporate Counsel (1)
- Operations Manager (1)
- District Loss Prevention Manager (1)
- Research (1)
- Retail Associate (1)
- Planning and Allocation (1)
- Flow Team (1)
- Sales Lead (1)
- MTA (1)
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Burlington Coat Factory (Long Beach, CA (US)) in March 2015.
Depends on recruiters. I was supposed to do face to face interview but then they changed it over to a Skype interview which ended up being a phone interview due to connection problems. From what I gathered, the first phase is a face to face interview with a recruiter. The second phase is an interview with the Vice President which is conducted in a similar fashion. The question format is almost the same. Overall, my recruiter was real nice and very straight forward.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Burlington Coat Factory (New York, NY (US)) in August 2012.
The process took about 2 weeks after I spoke to the recruiter, who was one of the nicest people in the company. The rest was back and forth interviewing at different stores before I was made an offer, even though I was already working but just doing a training.
- One manager was constantly asking the same question as why did I want to Work there, as If he was trying to tell me that it was not a good place for me, but when I turn the question around he had an agenda to leave to another state as a short- long term goal. 1 Answer
What are you salary expectations? I gave a number and they matched it. ( too bad I did not research the position completely, I took a lower than expected for the position.
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I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Burlington Coat Factory (Denver, CO (US)) in August 2010.
- How long do you plan to stay with Burlington? 1 Answer
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I applied in-person. The process took a day – interviewed at Burlington Coat Factory in January 2010.
I sent a resume and was given an interview within a few days. I was prepared for a long interview with many of the usual questions however it surprised me to have the whole interview complete in one hour. I felt the questions asked were relevent to the job for which I had applied and not many of those silly questions that I hate were asked. My salary requirements were too high for this position so it didn't work out. The managers I met were friendly and didn't appear to be full of themselves. The store environment seemed relaxed though maybe a little dirty looking. Extremely small office space.
- Why do you want to work here? Answer Question