Inside Sales Rep Sample Job Interview Questions

Inside Sales Rep Sample Job Interview Questions

 

Here are sample Inside Sales Rep job interview questions designed specifically for the Customer Service career. Be sure to check out more Customer Service interview questions.

How do you stay focused as an Inside Sales Rep?

Why do you want to be a Inside Sales Rep for our company?

Did you have to make any compromises when choosing your curriculum? How did you end up with the classes you wanted to take?

What do you do differently from other as a Inside Sales Rep (managers. tellers, machinists)? Why? Give examples.

How do you monitor your own performance? How do you measure success?

When have you been satisfied/dissatisfied by the amount of influence you had over others as a Inside Sales Rep? Why? What did you do?

Have you held roles where you had to talk and type?

What is your record of meeting sales targets?

How do you fix unexpected problems?

What did you have to learn to be effective at your previous job? How long did that take? Which pans took the most time?

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Bonus Questions


  • How did you choose your last employer?
  • Tell me about a new procedure you wanted your team to use. What did you do?
  • Describe a situation in which you had to translate a superior's general directive into specific goals. Explain how you did this and the goals you established.

Daily Interview Tip

Some people of incredible technical calibre struggle under such close scrutiny in a job interview. Often it is a psychological thing. People know there are so many external factors influencing the decision and by giving too much thought they set themselves up to fail, forgetting that excellent preparation, coupled with an ability to think on their feet, can help them overcome the sternest of objections from interviewers. When it comes to looking for a job, create small as well as large goals this way you can celebrate small achievements; Let the interviewer or panel members take the lead and set the tone. Make eye contact, and answer the questions in a firm, clear, confident voice.