20aoct14...Over 500 Job Give A Way

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Published on October 21, 2014

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Welcome to yet another 500 job Give-A-Way Issue that features a way to do a localized job search and a partial posting of Downtown Phoenix and Cityscape...Walk-Abouting in downtown where there are over 170 different venues to stop by.

1. Sam Fox, Upward Projects restaurants in the works for Uptown Plaza Fox Restaurant Concepts and Upward Projects in talks to open restaurants in the redeveloped Uptown Plaza. Phoenix-based Upward Projects, which is run by Craig DeMarco and Lauren Bailey, operate five popular restaurant concepts just a few blocks north of Uptown Plaza including Postino Winecafe and Federal Pizza. Bobby Williams, partner at of Vintage Partners, said he is in serious talks with the restaurant group about opening a new concept in Uptown Plaza. Fox Restaurant Concepts spokeswoman Anita Walker, said the company is working on opening a Flower Child location in the center. Fox introduced Flower Child, a healthy fast casual restaurant in April 2014 with a location on 44th Street and Camelback Road in Phoenix.

2. "We are trying to handpick those restaurants and get those done first," Williams said, "It just helps our leasing effort to say Sam (Fox) is going here and Craig (DeMarco) is going there." Williams said he is talking with around six different local restaurant owners about moving into the center. He thinks getting restaurants will be easy to move into that area. STAY TUNE FOR UPCOMING HIRING EVENTS LATER THIS FALL! ================================================================= Culinary Dropout restaurant coming to Tempe's Farmer Avenue Mill Avenue has been Tempe's golden egg for years. Whether it's a hangout for Arizona State University students, an evening of fine dining for young urban professionals, or a night out on the town to go clubbing, Mill Avenue is almost always the first place people go when they come to Tempe. And now, the city is looking to expand that social hotbed a few blocks west in Farmer Avenue. If you were to walk from Mill Avenue to Farmer Avenue, the comparison between the two is like night and day. While Mill Avenue has what seems like an endless amount of bars, nightclubs and restaurants, the area near Farmer Avenue and First Avenue has empty lots and buildings. Two of the buildings that occupy that space – formerly known as The Sail Inn and Thorens Showcase and Fixtures, respectively – were both noteworthy contributors to Tempe's business. The former featured local music and became an iconic Tempe venue, and the latter created designs used throughout the Valley. Neither business operates in Tempe any longer, and Thorens has been long gone for years. But the new developers are making their best attempts to honor what was once there. In July 2013, Fox Restaurant Concepts purchased the warehouse on 149 W. Farmer Avenue formerly used by Thorens Showcase and Fixtures. Fox Restaurant Concepts

3. (FRC) and its owner, Sam Fox, have made quite a name for themselves with successful restaurants sprawled throughout the state, including places like Sauce and Olive & Ivy. But Fox's original intentions for purchasing the warehouse were not for fine dining. When Sam Fox first heard that the Thorens Showcase and Fixtures warehouse was for sale, it was around the same time he was in search of a new office. ================================================================ 149 West Farmer Avenue, TEMPE, AZ We are hiring over 200 people!! Here is your chance to get ahead of the crowd as RSVP yourself a spot in the hiring event of the year over off Mill Ave (on the lite rail). There is no chance to impress them with your “A” Game as you need to do the application online. Your ONLY CHANCE to impress them is in how well your application matches up with what they need. Read the job descriptions very closely and rewrite your own job descriptions to match what they are asking for. You need to take your time and do the application correctly. Apply today for our upcoming job fair. Server: Restaurant & Special Events https://foxrestaurantconcepts.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0abm Host/Hostess https://foxrestaurantconcepts.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0abf

4. Bartender https://foxrestaurantconcepts.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0ab6 Cooks: Line Cook, Prep Cook https://foxrestaurantconcepts.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0abw Butcher https://foxrestaurantconcepts.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0abj Pastry Cook/Baker https://foxrestaurantconcepts.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0a9b Dishwasher/Porter https://foxrestaurantconcepts.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0a99 NEW VENUE: FRC's largest project to date, with around 14,800 square feet of space to develop. Culinary Dropout - Tempe will be in a warehouse, w/ two private dining rooms, called "The Showcase Room" and "The Coop." This space will also feature The Madison, in which people can attend spin classes that have a nightclub- esque feel. TIPSTER: Know the menu…PLEASE fill out the application completely – people who didn’t got turned away. Show them you are serious. Line Cooks need previous restaurant EXP…prep cooks less so as this is a training position. Servers need good people skills and bubbly personalities…http://foxrc.com/company/careers/ ========================================================================= 5632 N 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014 Bartender, Host/ess, Server, Baker, Grill Cook, Line Cook and Prep Cook positions Require 1 year experience, open availability. Bar Back and Busser positions Part time, entry level. Apply in person - Come prepared, click here to download our application http://www.foxrc.com/frcwp/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/FRC-Application-revised-March-2013.pdf TIPSTER: Take your time to do the application neatly and correctly as this is a reflection of the quality of your work. APPLY IN PERSON BETWEEN 2-4PM…Come prepared to “WOW” us with how serious you are in wanting to work here, know who we are and be able to discuss our menu. On Bar Backs and Bussers, we are more concerned with your reasons for wanting to work here more than your experience. If you don’t have open availability or need to play bingo on Tuesdays, please stay home…we don’t want to hurt your feelings.

5. CITYSCAPE, DOWNTOWN PHOENIX NOW HIRING Grill Cook position Part time requires 2-3 years’ experience. Line Cook, Baker, Dishwasher, Host/ess and Server positions Part time; require 1-2 years’ experience. Apply in person TODAY - come prepared, click here to download our application: http://www.foxrc.com/frcwp/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/FRC-Application-revised-March-2013.pdf APPLY IN PERSON WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY OR MONDAY AT Cityscape, 2 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004 TIPSTER: Know the menu…PLEASE fill out the application completely – people who didn’t got turned away. Show them you are serious. Bartender needs previous restaurant EXP…Dishwasher less so as this is a training position. http://foxrc.com/company/careers/ ======================================================================== Sodexo @ Scottsdale Christian Academy Phoenix, AZ Night Custodian General custodial duties to include: Vacuuming classrooms and office areas - Sweeping hard floors in classrooms, weight room and locker rooms. Emptying trash/replacing bags in cans - Cleaning/wiping of sinks, urinals, toilets, showers, etc. Carpet spot cleaning - Mopping hard floors Job Ref Code: UY4003. Must complete a pre-employment assessment prior to receiving an application. Instructions: Email Application To: lonne.daniels@sodexo.com ======================================================================== Housekeeping Attendant - 1st Shift Phoenix, AZ LOCATION: Phoenix Children's Hospital. JOB TYPE: On-call (May work up to 40 hours per week) WAGE: $10.00 per hour HOURS: 1st shift 7:00 am – 3:30 pm. Must be able to work weekends and holidays.

6. APPLICANTS MUST SUCCESSFULLY PASS A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST, A TUBERCULOSIS CHECK, AND A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK PRIOR TO BEING OFFERED EMPLOYMENT WITH SODEXO. HOW TO APPLY: Resumes (work history) may be emailed to sodexo@phoenixchildrens.com =========================================================================== Housekeeping Attendant - 2nd Shift Phoenix, AZ LOCATION: Phoenix Children's Hospital. JOB TYPE: Full-Time WAGE: $10.00 per hour HOURS: 2nd shift 3:00 pm – 11:30 pm. Must be able to work weekends and holidays. HOW TO APPLY: Resumes (work history) may be emailed to sodexo@phoenixchildrens.com ================================================================================= 7425 South Harl Avenue #2, Tempe, AZ 85283 Celebrating the vintage Americana cafe of the 1950′s, 60′s, and 70′s Sunshine’s Motor City Cafe is a unique event venue perfect for any occasion of 50 people or less. Nestled in the front of the Special Moments Catering offices, this fun and retro location is filled with model antique cars, Motown memorabilia, and the look and feel of a vintage diner… No experience necessary! Dishwasher/Cleaning Staff Must have weekend availability (both Saturday and Sunday). Full or part time positions available. Hours vary but typically fall daily between 8 am and 5 pm. $8.50 per hour + one meal. MENU: http://specialmomentsaz.com/menus Drop by to fill out application and impress us in how much you want this job. Impressing us also includes knowing who we are and our menus. If you are not that interested or don’t have transportation send a resume (work history) to us at http://specialmomentsaz.com/request-information and maybe we will call you if we don’t hire any of those who came to fill out an application.

7. WALKING ABOUT…DOWNTOWN PHOENIX… So you are looking for work and online applications are not cutting it…You wish that you had another way. You say you are a people person that can talk their selves in/out of trouble quicker than the average Joe and you have limited bus passes. Here is a way to do just this. It is part old school and part being smart and prepared. Put on your walking shows and be prepared to knock on some doors as we have found over 170 restaurants in downtown Phoenix. How many jobs do you need? Out of 170, you should find more than one willing to hire you. Many are all within blocks of each other and if you plan it well you can hit a lot in one afternoon. The window of opportunity is 2-4PM weekdays. Does every one of these 170 restaurants have openings? NO! But there are enough that do to make the effort worthwhile. If you ran through 170 without any success or even 20 during the height of the hiring season, then you need to take a new look at how you are presenting yourself. There is a way to do this that will enhance your ability to start a conversation and talk your way into an interview. Never start your conversation with are you hiring. That is just plain stupid and will result in failing to get a job. You must understand that 80% of you getting hired centers around your availability and flexibility. So why not start the conversation with “I just moved into the neighborhood…” (or “I am getting ready to move into the neighborhood” or “I live right next to the lite subliminal message. rail”) and plant this Always ask if anyone would have a few minutes to talk to you about “upcoming” openings as you live here in the neighborhood. Always ask to fill out an application (do it neatly and correctly (remember it is a reflection on the quality of your work). Take a note pad and several pens to take note, write down names and numbers to follow up on this application. YOU MUST have a direct phone number which means that you will either pick the phone up and answer it when someone calls or that you are capable of returning a call with 30 minutes (you have a window of 1 hour before the employer decided that you are already working elsewhere or that you are not really interested in the job after all and he calls the next person on his list).

8. I have seen 5 people lose jobs last week because the employer couldn’t reach them. Sad! Resumes are OK but, they get lost easily and are not needed to get the job. A better method is to use MS Word Business card template to make some homemade business cards. Pass these cards out if the manager is not available and we bet you will get a better return from the cards than your resume. We could spend three pages to explain the psychology of American Business with the humble business card but, you wouldn’t read it…so trust us and give it a try. The smart part of this old school, localized job search is that I am going to come prepared for the places that I scheduled to visit by having researched (doing my homework) the restaurant, studied the menu and I am going to show up like I am ready to start work now. Never leave a place without asking about other, local places that might be hiring. Never leave without getting the name and number of who I need to talk to about following up. I am going to be persistent and call (or better yet) show up every couple of days to show them that I really did want to work for them. Over the years, here in this valley, this has been the second best way to get a job…the first is I know someone or that my aunt works there. It is luck…the luck of being in the right place at the right time talking to an employer who didn’t have an ad on Craig’s List…this is the luck that the only two people who know about this job are the employer and me. I like those odds!!!! We did not post all 170…you need to do something…you need to be more active in your job search than us because this is more critical to you and your family than it would be to us. Who will work harder for you than you? If you answered this in any other way, you have more problems than we can deal with. http://www.localeats.com/r/restaurants-near-Arizona-Science- Center/33.448855/-112.066973/60/ Pizzeria Bianco & Bar Bianco Pizza, Farm to Table, Small Plates, Ital... 623 E Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85004 ================================================================= Nobuo at Teeter House Asian, Izakaya, Japanese, Small Plates, ... 622 E Adams St Phoenix, AZ 85004 ===================================================================

9. La Piazza Locale Pizza, Italian 1 N First St. Suite 103 Phoenix, AZ 85004 ============================================================================= Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails Hotel Restaurant, Contemporary, Brunch 2 E Jefferson St. Hotel Palomar, CityScape Phoenix, AZ 85004 ============================================================================= Duck and Decanter Cafe, Breakfast, Deli, Sandwiches, Chili 1 N Central Ave Phoenix, AZ 85004 ================================================================= Bonjour Vietnam Vietnamese, Asian Fusion, Hotel Restaurant 202 N Central Ave. Hotel San Carlos Phoenix, AZ 85004 ============================================================================ Moira Sushi Late-Night Dining, Izakaya, Japanese/Sushi 215 E McKinley St. Suite 102 Phoenix, AZ 85004 =========================================================================== Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana Italian, Pizza, Sandwiches 705 N First St. Suite 120 Phoenix, AZ 85004 =========================================================================== Matt's Big Breakfast Breakfast, Burgers, Chili, Sandwiches 825 N First St. Phoenix, AZ 85004 =========================================================================== Welcome Diner Burgers, Diner, Southern, Sandwiches, Am... 924 E Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85006 ========================================================================== Lo-Lo's Chicken and Waffles Breakfast, Fried Chicken, Home-style, So... 1220 S. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003 ===========================================================================

10. 11 W. Washington, #140, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.513.5751 Website: http://www.chipotle.com Hours: Mon-Sun: 11am-10pm TIPSTER NOTE: They have an application on their website for a crew member (at this store) but, it is in Spanish…Does this mean that you need to speak Spanish to get hired…NO…check again…because they interchange the ads and change them on a regular basis if you feel that your Spanish isn’t up to par….better yet…go down there and I betcha that they have a lot of people working there who do

11. not speak Spanish…You are going down there anyway…what you have too lose? As the old man use to sayz “…the worst thing that they could do is hire you…” BUT…If you do speak Spanish beat these other guys down there and introduce yourself… To get hired requires you to educate yourself on who they are, what they do and why they do what they do so well.. They supply you with all the tools you need on the website…You MUST Watch the videos and take notes… If you don’t they will send you home! http://careers.chipotle.com/en-US/careers/get_rolling/get_rolling.aspx ========================================================================================================== Chloe's Corner The eatery from Sam Fox and Ashly Young offers hot and cold sandwiches, salads, pizza, breakfast items, meals to go, and a variety of grocery items. Address: 50 W. Jefferson, #100, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.252.7600 Hours: Mon-Fri: 7am-8pm, Sat: 8am-8pm, Sun: 8am-4pm http://www.chloescorneraz.com/find-us/ TIPSTER: THIS IS AN OLD SCHOOL MISSION…NO ONLINE JOB POSTS OR APPLICATIONS HERE…But, since you are gonna be there stop in and introduce yourself…educate yourself on their website…there is not a lot but, it is more than you had…and it is your talking points when you do go in and ask about “UPCOMING OPENINGS!” ========================================== Copper Blues Address: 50 W. Jefferson, #200 Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 480.719.5005 Website: www.copperblueslive.com Hours: Mon-Wed: 11am–11pm, Thur-Fri: 11-2am, Sat: 4pm-2am, Sun: 4pm-11pm Copper Blues is located in downtown Phoenix adjacent to US Airways Arena and next door to Stand Up Live on the second level of Cityscape. SMALL COMPANY NO ADS...check for a help wanted sign or go in and just be chatty...AND then, ask if they are hiring! Definitely REALLY Old School here... TIPSTER SUGGESTION: Never leave a place without their

12. business card and the name of three other people who might be hiring...Here is how you do that..."Sorry you guys aren't hiring...this seems like a really nice place to work...Could I still fill out an application...? Do you know anyone else (here in the area) that might be interested a person with my background and skills? ============================================= Five Guys Address: 50 W. Jefferson, #180, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.687.7575 Website: http://www.fiveguys.com/home.aspx Hours: Sun-Sat: 11am-10pm Five Guys is always looking for great candidates who are friendly, out-going, and have integrity and a solid work ethic. If you are interested in applying for a position at one of our restaurants, we suggest that you contact that store directly either via phone or in person. DO STUDY THE MENU…KNOW WHAT MAKES THEM SO DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER HAMBURGER SHOPS… http://www.fiveguys.com/menu.aspx =============================================================== Fuego CityScape Address: 1 E. Washington, #175, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Phone: 602.374.2541 Website: http://www.fuegobistro.com/fuegocityscape Hours: Mon-Sat: 9am-10pm (SUNDAYS OFF!) MENU: http://www.fuegobistro.com/fuegocityscape/menu.html SMALL COMPANY NO ADS...check for a help wanted sign or go in and just be chatty...AND then, ask if they are hiring! Definitely REALLY Old School here... TRY THIS: “Just moved into the neighborhood and thought that I would come in and introduce myself as I was on your website and I was interested in your menu…{ask a couple of questions about things from the menu…listen intensely…back and forth jibber-jabber…etc…ask them about how long they have been working there and how they like it} YOU HAVE SET THE TRAP: {now pause for effect and look around the dining room and then back to them and say} “Do you guys ever get any opening? I would really like to work in a place like this…you know I live here and the neighborhood and I am kind of looking for work…” SEE IF IT WORKS…IF NOT… Never leave a place without their business card and the name of three other people who might be hiring...Here is how you do that..."Sorry you guys aren't hiring...this seems like a really nice place to work...Could I still fill out an application...? Do you know anyone else (here in the area) that might be interested a person with my background and skills?

13. Jimmy John's Address: 11 W. Jefferson, #175, Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.688.8170 Website: http://www.jimmyjohns.com/ Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-7pm, Sat 11am-4pm (NO SUNDAYS) Each Jimmy John's is independently owned and operated under a franchise agreement with Jimmy John's Franchise, LLC, franchisor of the JIMMY JOHN'S system. Any questions regarding employment must be directed to the franchise owner/operator. Jimmy John’s Franchise, LLC does not have access to franchisees’ employment records or specific rules for employment as defined by the franchisees. THESE MEANS THAT EACH STORE HIRES ON THEIR OWN! So...campers...Go Old School on them...look at our suggestions for the questest way to employment for tips here...They occassional run ads but...why wait? By the time you see an ad...it's way too late and all you will achieve will be based upon Old Lady Luck instead of your skills, talent or even your dedication. Go Old School and beat the crowd! WOULDN'T YOU RATHER BE IN A LINE OF ONE INSTEAD OF A LINE OF 500? It's all on ya! Dudes! Make the effort and reap the job...layback and maybe you will get a free soda to drink as you walk down the street to look for another job. =================================================== Potbelly Sandwich Shop Address: 1 E. Washington, #170, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Phone: 602-283-1491 FAX: 602-283-1489 Website: www.potbelly.com M-F 10am to 7pm - Sat 11am to 4pm - (Sun Closed)

14. ASSOCIATE A Potbelly Associate’s job is to make our customers really happy. Since they are the primary point of customer contact, it is up to them to provide our customers an excellent experience by providing fast, friendly and efficient service and by delivering a quality and consistent product every time, in a clean and inviting environment. Must be at least 16 years of age. http://www.potbelly.com/Company/Careers.aspx MUSICIAN- CONTRACT Our musicians' positive energy and great song selection make our customers really happy. We love popular tunes of the 70s, 80s, 90s and today performed with an upbeat vibe and a great voice to match. Ability and willingness to play popular songs from the 70's, 80's, 90's and today. Great singing and instrument playing ability. We require that you know at least 20 songs. http://www.potbelly.com/Company/Careers.aspx =========================================== TIPSTER #23: Hey Campers! Check out the other stores…A lot of hiring going on @ $8-12/HR…Check them out…But, if you can’t answer: “Who are they, what do they do and why do they do it so well…” Stay Home! http://www.potbelly.com/Food/OurMenu.aspx?subPage=Sandwiches

15. Cityscape - 2 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004 The Breakfast Club Address: 2 E. Jefferson, # 213 Phoenix, 85004 Phone: 602.354.7284 Website: http://www.breakfastclub.us/ Hours: Mon-Sun: 7am-3pm STUDY MENU: http://www.breakfastclub.us/menu YET ANOTHER OLD SCHOOL VENUE: No jobs or applications posted on their website...Stop in...get all gabby (this one is an AM venue because the close at 3PM - Hit them between 9-10:30AM ONLY) =================================================================== The Strand Address: 2 E. Jefferson, #113, Phoenix AZ 85004 - Phone: 602.253.1600 Website: http://www.thestranditalian.com/ Hours: Mon-Thurs: 11am-10pm, Fri & Sat: 11am-11pm Directly across from the US Airways Center (Home of the Phoenix Suns) Open late on game nights Come Work With Us! For those who share our passion of exploring the flavors of Italy, our group is excited to have you. The Strand is a specialty concept where you will find we employ a team of exceptional people intent on exceeding the expectations of all guests. We succeed together by striving for excellence in all aspects of what we do. Want to work in an environment where you will find the support and opportunities to shine and where connections with guests are easily made? Apply today by e-mailing resume and then call after 2PM to set appointment. E-mail: info@thestranditalian.com - Phone: 602.253.1600 ============================================== SHOPPING: http://www.cityscapephoenix.com/shopping/ In need of some retail therapy? Spruce up your wardrobe with the latest fashion and accessories from Urban Outfitters, Charming Charlie, JoS. A. Bank and West of SOHO. After your wardrobe is in check, treat yourself to a little rest and relaxation at Par Exsalonce Salon & Spa. Their full-service salon and spa will leave you looking fresh and feeling fantastic. ==============================================

16. Urban Outfitters Address: 11 W. Washington St., #100 Phoenix, AZ 85003 Phone: 602.258.0148 Website: www.urbanoutfitters.com/ Hours: Mon-Sat: 11am 9pm, Sun: 12pm-6pm We hire our customer. We provide an environment that promotes teamwork, community and a sense of ownership. We give our teams the freedom to make decisions and act in a way that they know is right for their customer. We encourage mutual respect among our employees and foster an environment of collaboration. We expect our Merchandising Team Leaders to own their development and to become our next Assistant or Store Merchandising Managers. We are committed to our employee's development and offer career opportunities in our stores and Home Office. We embrace you - your style, your music, your fashion, your art, your whatever! USED JOB SHACK INSIDER…. Sales Associate (Seasonal) I applied online and the process took 6 days - interviewed at Urban Outfitters Interview Details – I applied on the website and received the standard “impressive application" email requesting an interview. I chose the closer of the two dates described on the email and showed up at 12:40 for my 1:00 interview. I was told to wait outside the store at the couches. I soon noticed two other sharply dressed individuals that I was correct in assuming that they were also there for the interview, we waited together for about ten past years and then the interview began, it was simple quick, and nearly effortless, my advice is to read what is said on this website it honestly helps with the interview process. After the first interview a second manager came out and asked some questions about scheduling. I then signed a release for a background check and then went on my way. As I got home I checked my email and there was the ethics survey link in my email. It was straightforward and there was no objective choice, read it but don’t take forever. I completed the survey/interview on Thursday and then received a phone call from the manager offering me a position.

17. Applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Urban Outfitters Interview Details –I applied online to a new store opening in my area. A couple of weeks later, I received an interview stating that they were holding essentially walk-in interviews at a local hotel, in a window of a few hours. I went there dressed in Urban Oufitters apparel (greyish shorts and a coral button-down with some knock-off Tom's) and interviewed one-on-one (it probably would have been a group interview, but no other candidates were there at the time) with one of the ladies who was there. Some of the questions were: •Tell of a time you had good customer service. •Who or what is your inspiration? •Tell a few things about yourself or how would you describe yourself? A week or two later, I got a call saying that I was hired. As it was a new store opening, they really needed workers to help out, therefore I don't quite know if I was actually successful at the interview or if they just hired me for the muscle. Interview Question –What would you do if you noticed a customer acting suspicious, as if they were about to steal? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sales Associate Interview I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Urban Outfitters Interview Details –I applied via their website online. About two+ weeks later, I got an email requesting an interview in their store. It was a group interview with 7 other people; they said they were looking for 3 or 4 people to hire, 5 tops. We were taken into the stock room and interviewed by one of the managers and another lead staff member. The questions were pretty basic even for someone like me who has never worked or interviewed for a retail store. Examples: why Urban, what is your dream job, what is loss prevention/how to deal with it, when have you gone against what a supervisor has told you to do, what trends do you see, if we gave you $100 what would you buy, describe the last group work experience you had, etc. Really casual and laid back, too. You didn't have to answer any of the questions if you didn't have a great answer for it; I think I answered all but one. After the interview, they told us they'd let us know about another interview in about two days, but when I got home I received an email for a second interview and also the online questionnaire. The questionnaire is really not as difficult as some reviewers are making it out to be. Just remember you are applying to work at a famous retail corporation and showing up to work high every day would not be acceptable. Lots of questions about fairness in the

18. workspace and drug use. Other than that it's really common sense. My second interview was a 1-on-1 with the manager. Also very casual, asked similar questions but more personal about who I am as a person and what I am looking for in a workplace and fellow employees. I could tell that they were already really interested in hiring me, showing how important it is to just be yourself in the first interview and definitely show your interest in fashion and specifically that you have the UO "look." After this interview I waited about 4 or 5 days and got a call in the evening offering me the job. I accepted over another job offer. Interview Question –What is something that most people don't know about you and that we can't figure out from your application or an online search? Negotiation Details –No negotiations as I had no retail experience. Offered a little over minimum wage in my state. Sales Associate Interview - Scottsdale, AZ I applied in-person and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Urban Outfitters Interview Details –My interview experience with Urban was relatively simple. After filling out an application while visiting the store one day, I received a call the next day to come in for an interview. The interview was in group format with a total of 10 possible hires and 2 interviewers. The interview was very casual and consisted of the interviewers getting a real feel of who you are and if you'll fit in with the look and attitude of the company. They definitely prefer people that are interesting and have something going on with their lives. After the interview, I was called the evening of that same day and offered a position. I was one of only three people to be hired in that group. Interview Question –Where do you see yourself 5 years from now? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sales Associate I applied in-person and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Urban Outfitters Interview Details –I was recruited to work for Urban in the fall of 2011. For such a basic retail job, I cannot imagine a more competitive experience. It all begins with a group interview. Dress to impress and moreover, dress the way you describe in your application. When I walked in, the manager noted that she recognized me based on my application description/ fashion inspiration. (Also, if you put something lame on your app like "I draw fashion inspiration from me" you're going to get an eye-roll and no one will take you seriously) The group interview begins and you are asked questions as a group; meaning you either have to speak up first or be prepared to give an answer that stands apart from the rest. Beware of repeating answers, even if you feel the same way.

19. They are interested in two things: Number one, someone who really really values customer service, but not in a generic way. Secondly, Urban wants individuals who are passionate and above all authentic. (A.K.A. Cool and knowledgeable.) Once you pass the dreaded group interview, they weed out the dummies through an oddly worded personality test. It's unlike those standard I agree/disagree tests, they are long-winded questions meant to test both your ethics and your reading ability. READ THEM CAREFULLY. I can't tell you how many smart people fail because they try to rush through it. If you make it past the personality test there will be a personal phone interview with the store manager, followed by an in-person interview where they will evaluate you further. Consider the fact that they don't want another suck-up, they want someone who can be cool and friendly at the same time. Interview Question –What is something you did in a past job that went against company standards? ================================================== http://www.bowlluckystrike.com/about-2/careers/ MENU: http://www.bowlluckystrike.com/menu/ ================================================== It is my pleasure to welcome you to Majerle’s Sports Grill. The 9 Lounge and Cotton Club in beautiful Downtown Phoenix. We are entering our 20th year in business and have been involved in many of Downtown’s spectacular events over the past decade. Majerle’s Sports Grill opened on December 2, 1992, and I am very proud of what we have accomplished in that time. Our concept is simple; friendly employees, quality food, tasty drinks and fun times. So enjoy Downtown Phoenix and more importantly enjoy my place! http://www.majerles.com/wp- content/uploads/2011/08/MajerlesApplication.pdf Prospective Employees download application, fill out completely and bring it down 2-4 PM M-F.

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