The Dreaded Phone Interview!! AHHH!!! Let me start be saying . That is my phrase to remain calm. I know, Im amazing for coming up with that!
It was scheduled for 9: 3. So everyone always wants to know what they asked so here is what I studied for: ~Why oh Why questions!~Why are you a good candidate for this program? How will you provide good customer service? Why do you want to do the CP at this point in my life? What can you offer the company?~Situational Questions!~What will you do if a guest doesn’t speak English and needs help? What is one way you can make a child’s day extra magical? What can you learn from working at Disney?
DCP Phone Interview Tips and Advice! I just had my phone interview for the Disney College Program. Questions I was not asked during my interview but were still.
Describe a time you had to work with a difficult situation. Describe a memory of a past job.( or made a guest happy)If you were doing a task that was repetitive, how would you make it exciting? Describe a time you were not able to make a guest happy.~Questions to ask the interviewer: ~Are there possibilities to move up within the company?
Are there opportunities to extend at the end? How did Professional Internships work? How long can I expect until I hear a decision?
Would you consider doing custodial or quick food and beverage?~Questions about your Past!~Are you familiar with the Disney Parks? What is your favorite job from my past? What were your past jobs? Describe a memory of a past job.( or made a guest happy)Do you have cash handling experience? How do you handle with people from diverse backgrounds? Describe a time you were not able to make a guest happy.~Questions about You!~Name 3 positive qualities about yourself. Name 3 negative qualities.
How do you feel about talking to large groups of people? What are you most looking forward to working for the Disney Program? What are three words your coworkers would use to describe you? Are you a team player or prefer to work alone? Who is your favorite Character?
What would you do if the child was too short to ride a ride? I would let the child know that there were plenty of other great rides they could ride and suggest my favorites. What would you say to an unhappy guest if lines where really long?
I would say that I was sorry but that this particular ride was worth the extra long wait and then suggest some shorter waiting rides for after the ride they were waiting in line for. Character Attendant- a. Why don’t the characters talk? I would say Mickey is shy when there are new people around but if you go hug him than he will show you all the love he has for you. Boutique Hostess- a. What would you say to guest if the appointments were running late? I would say that I was sorry but that we had a fairy god child that had an emergency and needed her ball gown fixed right away, but in a few short moments we would be helping you get ready for your prince.
Do you have salon experience? Photo pass. A. Do you have any pervious experience doing professional camera work?
Costuming. A. Do you mind not being in the publics eye and not interacting with guest? The questions that are highlighted are the ones I was asked or asked them. If you have any questions post them on facebook or youtube or right here! Until next time we can only Dream,Jessica Nicole.
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