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What is the interview process like at Clarks?

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  • There was a group interview to begin with where we were split into two smaller groups, had to make note of selling points of some shoes and then present to everyone else. Then in the one to one interview they will ask things like what do you consider good customer service and something you were able to achieve despite tough circumstances and how you were able to overcome them. It was quite informal and a little awkward at first but it soon became more comfortable.

  • It was a group interview and we had to choose a shoe in the store and pitch it to the group - explaining why we liked it and good reasons to buy it. We then just had a casual conversation between the group to get to know one another. Everyone was friendly and it was not intimidating at all. I then received a phone call the same week, offering me the job!

  • I had a group interview and they paired us up and we had to remember 3 things about our partner and share to the group, then they did one-to-one interviews which lasted about 5 minutes and then we had to pitch a shoe to the group and say 3 good things about it

  • Personally, didn’t enjoy the interview.
    the people were nice. i was interviewed by two ladies, one was the manager but i can’t remember the role of the other lady. they were so chill and we had a laugh.


    however the manager had two whole pages of questions, and me, having no experience in work, struggled.

    she started off with why i want to work, and the kinds of things i want to do in the future, however started asking questions such as, describe a time you were in a difficult situation, or, describe a time you had to help a friend or colleague. the questions began to get sososo similar and i struggled to differ them and think of things on the spot constantly.


    also, just wear smart casual.

  • I had a group interview which lasted about an hour. There were 8 of us and we had to complete 3 tasks: talk about 3 things we like and dislike, pick a shoe and pitch it to the group and then we were split into two groups and had to write down what we thought good customer service was and talk about it. The whole process was mainly informal and all applicants felt comfortable

  • I was told it was a group interview but it was only me and one other girl. She just explained how the store works asked about availability and asked why would you like to work here. It was around 30 minutes and was more listening than talking. But overall friendly and not too intense.

  • Waste of time. It was a 1.5 hour group interview for a temporary part time job as a Sales Assistant in which, among many things, you had to pick up a random shoe and pitch it to the group. You also had to write down everything you knew about Clarks and present it, and match a shoe from the store to a picture of a dress and explain why you chose it. The other candidates were lovely though.

  • I had a one to one interview & the manager was lovely. It was simple questions such as my availability, my greatest achievement, why I had applied for Clarks. The whole interview process was simple & overall a lovely experience. I was told 2 hours later that I hadn’t gotten the job by email.

  • Tell me about yourself
    Tell me about your work experience

    What is your availability


    These were the questions i was asked and i passed interview and the manager called saying do u accept the job offer and from there i got it

    The call took 5 days.

  • Good it was one to one but not many questions asked about myself but a good interviews

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