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Our interviews questions vary on the type and level of the position you are interviewing for. Our best advice is be prepared to answer questions based on your experience and the position for which you are interviewing for. We hope that helps!

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Business attire

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We conduct a criminal background check and ask for 3 references from individuals you would have reported/are reporting to. The overall process takes an average of 3-5 business days, however there can be delays if references do not respond immediately.

Certain roles will also require us to conduct credit checks. Should that be the case you will be notified of this during the preliminary interview stages

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Be prepared to work from 9 AM to 9 PM because you could be editing the photos you take for dealers in the evening or driving in bad traffic.

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Lots of Sick time as very unhealthy work environment, very expensive LTD as tons of employees are on it

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I Will Ware Business Attire Shirt Tie coat pant and black shoes.

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I would want to work for Auto Trader because the co workers are very friendly And they assist you if you need any assistance or resolve a difficult situation by guiding you on how to resolve it.

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The first step is usually a telephone prescreen where a member of our HR team will make a preliminary assessment of your skills, experience and fit.

If that is successful you will be invited to an in-person interview, conducted by the hiring manager and an HR representative. After that, there may one more or interviews depending on the role, although we try to limit the process to two interviews where possible.

For some positions, candidates may be asked to complete a case study as part of the assessment process.

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Going to different dealers and hoping they have cars for you so you can have hours.

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