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Job Interview Questions and Tips for Checkout Operator
« on: February 27, 2014, 09:06:26 AM »

If you have got an interview as a Checkout Operator then you will need to be familiar with the role itself unless you have done this before. Before your interview pay a visit to the store where you are hoping to be a Check out operator and see what the store is like, maybe go at different times of the day to see how busy the store gets and how big the queues get that you will be dealing with.

Do you research into the company, are they expanding, why the vacancy is it replacing someone or expansion or a new store etc, there is always a reason. How much do you need to know about the products they sell? Have you used a till system before, changed till rolls etc, all these things are important for the role of Checkout operator.

Dress smartly to your interview, you will probably wear some kind of uniform if you are successful so it is important to dress smartly for your interview so that you are showing that you find the interview important.

Checkout Operator Interview Questions

During your interview you will probably be asked some of the following questions:
  • Have you operated a till before and what kind?
  • At what point do you cash up?
  • Do you know roughly the prices of products or are you reliant on the till?
  • Do you know roughly what products we sell?
  • How do you deal with customers?
  • What do you think is good customer service?
There will be numerous questions that you could be asked related specifically to the job itself so it is very important to research the company well so that you can be prepared in advance as to the questions you could be asked and also the questions that you want to ask when you are asked what questions you have.

It is important to be prepared through careful preparation and research down to the last detail, location, how you will get to the interview, what time you need to set off to arrive on time etc. Think and plan ahead.

Good luck.


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