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Prepping for the US Foods Interview Process

From sales to delivery drivers, analysts to customer care reps, and much more, US Foods really provides incoming employees with ample opportunity for growth. Let’s take an inside look at how a recent interview process for the Analyst position went down.

Analyst Interview

  • HR Phone Screening: A recruiter will call you to conduct a phone screening, which will be very standard in nature. Be prepared to review your resume and answer basic questions about your skill-sets. In turn, they will tell you more about the position.
  • Hiring Manager Phone Interview: While this first proper interview may take place in person, it will usually be conducted over the phone. It will be a very much type meet and greet, they will sense your personality and see if you are worth moving forward in the process.
  • In Person Interview #2: If you have reached this stage, the job is more or less in the bag. The meeting will take place with the executive leader and the hiring manager and should last about 30 minutes. Be aware that you have not yet gotten the job, so be on your best behavior and still be prepared to answer technical questions.

 

Make sure you can pass your US Foods hiring process with flying colors.

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Interview Questions to think about

Before getting to the interview it's important to think about what they might ask and what you could ask them. Here are some ideas.

What is your greatest strength?

Tell a story of how you recently used a strength to push forward or save a flailing project at your recent job. This way the hiring manager will be able to see you back up your claims.

What is your greatest weakness?

Make this answer as positive as possible. Talk about recent failures and weaknesses in your technical abilities and how you have worked to overcome them. Moreover, bring a story showing how you practically put those lessons to use leading to a success. Why are you right for the job?

Lay your soft and hard skills out on the table. Don’t just talk about what your recent job was, but what you uniquely contributed to the company through those skills.

 


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