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Do you need a resume to become the assistant manager of a fast food restaurant?

I am moving to a slightly bigger city than the one I work in now. I've been working at Subway for about six months. We are small enough that we have no assistant manager salary. Instead, my manager gave me assistant manager duties and said I could tell my next employer I was the A.M. When I move I need a job that pays approximately 8-10 dollars an hour and gives me about 35-40 hours a week. Therefore I thought it would be ideal to become the real assistant manager of a Subway restaurant in the new city. But I don't know whether I should bring a resume with me when I apply. What do you think?

Asked By: dcm1419 - 8/12/2007
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Oh , yes....you could bring not only a resume, but a cover letter as well. It doesn't matter the job yu apply for, as long as you really want it, bring those two because it is professional. They make the difference and you do want that difference to be made, right? http://www.cvtips.com/cover_letter_advice.html
Answered By: lilo - 8/13/2007
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For an assistant manager you almost always need a resumay. My sister is 17 and she gets 10 dollars and hour at a Triple O's inside of a Cheveron gas station. She does 40 hours a week maximum but as a assistant manager you could probably ask for more time if you'd like. (hope this helps)
Answered By: Junky - 8/12/2007
 
Its always a good idea to have a resume. One reason is that over time, you tend to forget what the beginning and end dates of employment are. Also, it gives a more professional image to the hiring manager or owner. I would make up a simple resume with your experience and education. It shouldn't take over a few minutes... More
Answered By: israelphoenix - 8/12/2007
 
Wouldn't hurt to have one but the manager will probably ask you for a reference to call in which case list your old manager and he can tell them you were the AM.
Answered By: elric_alchemy - 8/12/2007
 
Yes you will need to make a resume. When I went from trainer to shift manager I needed to submit a resume to HR.
Answered By: Donnao - 8/12/2007
 
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