Building a Career: Your Lowe’s Job Interview Guide

Hardware is not my forte, and I’m okay to admit that. Those who possess this special skill however are among the elite in my opinion. Show off your abilities and use them to build a career by checking out these Lowe’s job interview tips I have in store for you!

Customer service is the name of the game here, and since many people don’t know a single thing about hardware (like myself) there’s plenty of people who are going to need your help. Let’s take a look at the company’s hiring process and interview questions to help you prepare. This is of course assuming that you’ve already applied to Lowe’s. If you haven’t now is the time, we can wait.

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The Highs and Lowe’s of Starting this Career

There’s really no downside to working here, i just wanted an excuse to use that pun. So, let’s talk about the way this company garners new talent. They didn’t get to 160,000 employees and 1,700+ locations by just picking up any random person from off the street after all.

There are opportunities for seasonal, part and full-time positions to meet the needs of any job seekers. There are two sections of the Lowe’s hiring process:

1. The Interview

The first step is a classic one-on-one job interview. During this you will be answering questions posed to you by the store manager of the location you wish to work at. It will start with some basic questions, then move into more complex ones. You’ll want to be on your toes, so be sure to get a good night’s sleep prior to the interview and practice with some of our example questions below.

2. The Details

Once you’ve passed the interview, the next step is to start the administrative and legal aspects of being hired. This includes background checks, personality evaluations, drug tests, and a physical. After all of this, you will have your orientation and move into your new career!

Possible Questions

Here are some potential questions you can use as practice. These Lowe’s job interview tips are sure to land you that position you want and deserve. Just remember to dress professionally and show up a few minutes early. Here’s some possible questions:

  • What defines good customer service?
  • What do you know about hardware and home improvement?
  • Why do you want to work for Lowe’s?
  • Tell me about a time you went above and beyond the expectations.
  • What would you do if you found out someone on the staff was stealing?

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