You start by applying online, then they will call you for a face to face interview. Before that though, you are given a web interview which is basically a series of common sense questions. If you pass that, then you will have a face to face with the normal questions...why Disney? Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Couple things though...Disney Look is HUGE. No visible tattoos, piercings or odd colored hair. Even highlights that are too defined will be noticed and scrutinized. If they ask if you have tattoos just say no, it will save a lot of time.
Essentially, you have several interviews. You start by filling out a generic form and from there a computer decides if your application qualifies. Then you move onto the "web interview," which consists of awkwardly worded questions that you answer. If you pass that interview then you schedule a phone interview and talk to a recruiter.
Answered - Merchandise, DCP (Former Employee) - Lake Buena Vista, FL
It is a very comfortable process and they really make you feel like family.
Answered - Front of the House (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL
It was a simple group interview
Answered - Parade Support (Former Employee) - Anaheim, CA
You will need to do a online application then you have a face to face.
Answered - Security Specialist (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL
Very methodical and long interview process.Will concentrate on customer service skills and ability to handle long hours.
Answered - Segment Sales Manager (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL
Very thorough several classes to prepare you for your initial employment.
Answered - Motor Coach Operator (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL
It was very relaxed and supportive.
Answered - Attractions Host (Former Employee) - Lake Buena Vista, FL
Answered - Server/Cashier (Current Employee) - Orlando, FL
Both nerve racking and unnerving at the same time
Answered - Food Service Worker (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL