If you are scheduling jobs in Sidekiq (for example: using perform_at), the jobs are not added to Queue. Sidekiq::Queue only stores the jobs that are picked by Sidekiq for execution.

If you want to find scheduled jobs you can use Sidekiq::ScheduledSet

How do I inspect scheduled jobs?

Scheduled jobs are accessible via Sidekiq::ScheduledSet instance. You can call Sidekiq::ScheduledSet.new.first to find the first entry.

How do I reschedule a job? Sometimes when testing background jobs (or in Production), you might find yourself needing to reschedule a job so that it runs immediately or gets delayed. You can use the reschedule method.

job = Sidekiq::ScheduledSet.new.first
job.reschedule(Time.now) #job will get queued immediately.