Stay away cvs is a bad employer
The interview process is not bad at all I interview people all the time for the manager. Ive always tried to make people feel comfortable.
I applied online about a week ago for MIT and just got a phone call ( June 23 2017 ) and she asked me 3 questions about why I wanted to work at CVS and about my manager experience. Then asked if I had any question and hung up lol
The interview was really easy. No questions were asked just my job experience.
Once you complete the application you will be prompt to take a test, I will warn you. The test is LONG! So if you're not really interested do not waste your or their time. Depending on if you pass the test or not you will be called. I filled out an application this past Sunday night, CVS called Monday morning. Monday afternoon I was meeting with the general manager at the store, we got to know each other, to about previous employment and life really. More so a conversation and he offered me the job! Just be YOURSELF!
Long process for clinical representative. Filled out online application followed by another application. Then an 1hr interview asking specifically about clinical, medical terminology, and Healthcare insurance and experience. After a week or so i was offered the position. Had to fill out more paperwork on background check and some other stuff and then drug test, then call to have the drug test expedited.
The difficulty of the interview depends upon the person conducting the interview.
It can be tough..
We are looking for candidates who have the ability to do basic math, multitask in a very fast paced retail setting,and have superb customer service skills
Those are the basics
Answered - Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) - Reno, NV 89511
A quick easy online application followed by a short one on one interview got me the job pretty easily with my current store. They ask you about your previous jobs, what they were like, maybe ask specifics to test you, like a moment you had to deal with a customer with out your manager.
Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Playa Vista, CA
Being able to read A prescription
Answered - Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) - District Heights, MD