Questions and Answers about Dairy Queen

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Dairy Queen.

View all 37 questions about Dairy Queen

How should you prepare for an interview at Dairy Queen?

Asked

Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
Your answer will be posted publicly. Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines

10 answers

Be your self and try to be professional it is a paying job.

Answered - Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Slave Lake, AB

Report answer

Apply with a resume, and wait for a call. If you want bonus points ask for the manager or owner and give him your resume directly. Everyone there is friendly as long as you give them respect.

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Oakville, ON

Report answer

Read some info about the company and just be yourself.

Answered - Part-time crew member (Former Employee) - Kamloops, BC

Report answer

Just make sure to be calm and relax

Answered - Chef (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB

Report answer

Just say what you think is good and be honest and dont stutter

Answered - Cashier/Kitchen (Former Employee) - Metrotown, BC

Report answer

Dress semi-formally. Clean jeans, or leggings, nice polo shirt or blouse. Well-groomed hair, and trimmed facial hair. Not too much makeup or jewelry.

Answered - Cash & Crew employee (Former Employee) - 414 Ludlow St. Saskatoon, SK

Report answer

Be outgoing and productive

Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Edmonton, AB

Report answer

Just be yourself, they usually look for up beat outgoing people. They have a very fun but fast paced work environment so they are looking for people to suit that.

Answered - Cashier / Food Prep / Drive (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB

Report answer

I think to prepare for an interview for Dairy Queen, you should just be prepared to know your strengths and weaknesses. It is important to be able to give examples of when these skills came into place and how they might have helped in previous work experiences.

Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Ottawa, ON

Report answer

Just be confident and passionate about the company and the position.

Answered - Team member, I (Current Employee) - Kamloops, BC

Report answer