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Company Overview: Sam's Club
About Sam's Club
- Retail, Discount
- Number of stores:
- $446 billion (Walmart)
- Bentonville, AR
- Rosalind Brewer
- Sam's Club is a chain of membership retail warehouse stores. The company is owned by Walmart. In terms of sales volume, Sam's Club is the second largest warehouse club in the United States, trailing only Costco.
You can use StartWire to search and apply for jobs at Sam's Club. When you apply for a job at Sam's through your StartWire account, we'll provide you with automatic updates on your application. These updates will let you know when your application has been read and if you're still being considered for the position that you applied for. Apply now
If you prefer, you can use the Sam's Club hiring website to apply for a job. If you choose to apply in this way, make sure that you come back and update your StartWire profile. This way, you will always have a record of when and where you applied.
All Sam's Club locations are equipped with computer kiosks that you can use to apply for a position in the store. Using a kiosk can be a great option if you don't have reliable internet access at home. And if you're lucky, you just might be able to make a personal connection with someone who will be involved in the hiring decisions.
Before you can apply for a job at Sam's Club, you will need to create an account on their hiring site. Creating an account is very easy, and will only take a couple minutes of your time. To create your account, you will need to provide a username, password, and answers to five security questions.
Once your account is setup, it's time to begin the application process. During the application, you will be asked to provide the following information: your name, address, phone number, schedule availability, references (2 are required), employment history, education, licenses, social security number, and salary requirements. We highly recommend that you take the time to prepare all of this information before you start the application. Not only will preparing the information ahead of time help you complete the application as quickly as possible, it will also ensure that you have everything you need (which will prevent application timeouts).
Once you've provided all of your personal information, it's time to take the assessment. The assessment is a series of 65 questions that are designed to help Sam's Club learn more about you, so they can determine if you would make a good fit for their team. It will take most people about 40 minutes to complete the assessment, so make sure that you will have enough uninterrupted time before you begin.
To give you an idea of what you should expect from the assessment, here are a couple sample questions:"
'One of your customers has just said to you, "The service here is terrible." You should say:'
'It's been a very busy day, and you have just gotten a customer complaint. This is the third time today that this same customer has complained to an employee about the same problem. However, it's the first time that you have spoken with her. Your best course of action is to:'
Sometimes, it can be difficult to know exactly how to answer a question. For example, maybe your response would depend on the circumstances at the time, how busy the store is, or your manager's preferences. In those cases, you should take a minute to think about why they have chosen to ask the question. What are they trying to learn about you?
At the beginning of the application, you will be asked to consent to a pre-employment background check. Any employment offers that you receive will be contingent upon passing the background check.
You will also have to consent to a pre-employment drug test. If you fail the test, any employment offers you receive will be rescinded.
How long does Sam's Club keep your application on file?
Sam's club keeps all applications on file for 60 days. If you have not heard back after 60 days, you will need to apply again if you want to remain in consideration.
If you apply for a Sam's Club job through StartWire, we will provide you with automatic application updates. These updates will let you know when your application has been read and if you are still being considered for the position. Sign up now
If you already applied for a job at Sam's Club and did not use StartWire, you will need to contact the hiring manager directly to find out if you are still being considered.
Sam's Club is an equal opportunity employer.
Jobs available at Sam's Club
In their stores, Sam's Club is always hiring bakery associates, meat associates, produce associates, cashiers, cart attendants, member greeters, maintenance associates, forklift maintenance associates, member order specialists, member service associates, forklift drivers, stocking associates, sales associates, tire technicians, buyers, and managers. There are also many opportunities available in their distribution centers and corporate headquarters. Search jobs
Types of people Sam's Club wants to hire
Sam's Club wants to hire friendly, honest, and dependable people to join their team. The company also places a lot of emphasis on sales and customer service, so you have any previous experience in those areas you should do your best to emphasize that on your application and during the interview. Both of those skill sets can be a huge asset to you when it comes to getting a job at Sam's Club.
Additionally, Sam's Club really values candidates who have a flexible working schedule. Sam's Club is often busiest on nights, weekends, and holidays, and they need employees who are flexible and willing to work during those hours. If you have a lot of schedule flexibility, make sure to note that on your application.
You need to be at least 18 years old to work at Sam's Club.
Rosalind Brewer is the President and CEO of Sam's Club.
Sam's Club is a subsidiary of Walmart. Walmart is a publicly traded company (NYSE: WMT). In 2012 the company reported $446 billion in revenue, $26 billion in operating income, $15.6 billion in net income, $193 billion in assets, and $71 billion in equity.