Interviews! You can’t do without them. And contending with them is not all that easy either.
What does one do?
One sets oneself in “war mode”!
To be honest, an interview is hardly war but it does need that kind of preparation. Tooling yourself to be someone who cannot just answer all questions posed to him or her, but impress the interviewer with the type of answers that you provide, is of great importance here.
To see how you can successfully answer interview questions for a Duane Reade drug clerk position, keep reading!
What do you know about Duane Reade?
Duane Reade is one of the most popular drugstore chains in metropolitan New York. It was founded in 1960 and is a subsidiary of Walgreens Boots Alliance.
What can you contribute to Duane Reade if hired as a drug clerk here?
I have had some exposure to working as a drug clerk at The Manhattan Drug Store, which is a high-volume environment. I believe that I can employ my experience as a drug clerk by filing prescriptions, processing transactions, handling patient lookups and verifications, filling and refilling orders, and preparing vendor returns.
Why do you want to work for Duane Reade?
I have always wanted to work for an organization that respects hard work. The opportunity to work at Duane Reade came just as I was contemplating contacting your office to see if there was an open position. I believe that I have much to offer in terms of professionalism and experience in a drug clerk position.
How exactly do you qualify to work as a drug clerk at Duane Reade?
Your advertisement states that you are looking for an individual who is customer service-oriented and can accurately handle intake information. At my present place of work, I am known to be great in both these areas, in addition to possessing the ability to verify availability of prescribed medicines, refill prescriptions, and handle some cashiering duties as well.
Would you fill a prescription that you were slightly unsure of, even if the customer insisted that it is accurate? Why or why not?
Unless I am absolutely sure of what is written in the prescription, I would not refill / fill it. Drug disbursement is serious business and one cannot rely on auxiliary information, no matter how much you trust the customer.
How do you feel about rotating shifts?
I am quite open to working on a rotating shift. I have worked on a flexible schedule before and I am comfortable working nights, weekends and on holidays.