You’ve probably already seen it written here, but just in case you haven’t, it’s good to know that Toyota hires for aptitude and attitude. Our HR team is searching for not only driven, smart individuals, but those who fit well with our other outgoing, caring associates.
Use these five tips to assist you in your Toyota interview:
- Be yourself. In your Toyota interview, be confident and be yourself. It’s easy to tell when someone is putting on a show and that isn’t a good thing.
- Have some good concrete work examples to talk about. It’s not enough to tell us that you would be good for the job – have good examples of work you’ve done that would make you good for the job.
- Dress appropriately. It’s common sense – dress appropriately for the job you’re seeking. The TMHU headquarters in Columbus, Indiana, for instance, is professional business dress.
- End the interview with some strong questions. Asking things like, “I know you did this last year, what is your plan for next year and how would this role be involved?,” shows you did some good research and that you are genuinely interested in the role you’re applying for.
- Make sure you know where you are going and plan to arrive early. It’s not a bad idea to drive to your interview location a day ahead of time if you've never been there before. This will help you to make sure you know where you’re going and how long it will take to get there. It's best to arrive about 10-15 minutes before your scheduled interview time.
To learn more about career opportunities at Toyota, visit our Careers page.