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can someone tell me what is wrong with my resume? please?

Objective To secure a challenging and rewarding career opportunity within the hospitality industry and assert my leadership skills for advancement Experience March 2007 – present HMSHost Assistant Manager III *Responsible for the interviewing and hiring of staff for both front of the house and heart of the house *Responsible for making schedules for bartenders and cooks *Responsible for helping the store manager cost in line to budget June 2000 - present Have Skillet Will Travel Owner/Manager *Prepare meals for small catered events *Met with potential clients to discuss price, style of the event and the number of guest that would be in attendance *Responsible for food cost *Created a specific style of menu for different events Sept. 2002- Feb. 2007 Peabody Hotel Group Memphis Beverage Manager *Responsible for the monthly Profit and Loss statement of 4 outlets *Created new Martini Menu for new bar concept *Trained new supervisors, manager and hourly employees *Responsible for costing out weekly schedules of staff and supervisor Dec. 1996 - June 2000International House of Pancakes Restaurant Manager / General Manager *Responsible for the ordering of all small wares *Interviewed and hired over 75 new staff members for new stores *Opened four new stores in Memphis, TN, also one new store in Louisiana *Trained new staff and managers Certifications TABC/TIPS Trainer ServSafe Certification

Asked By: big dee - 1/4/2008
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Achievments in every job?, what was the benefit for the company you worked?, what can a new company hiring you expect?
Answered By: ramon1809 - 1/4/2008
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I dunno big dee you seem pretty skilled. I'd hire ya!
Answered By: Momof4:nomore! - 1/4/2008
 
I'm not sure if that is exactly what it looks like, but use bold typ for headings and move the rest of the info over a bit to make some separations so it's easier to read. Good Luck.
Answered By: ugh192 - 1/4/2008
 
I don't see anything wrong with it. Maybe you could use a few more descriptive terms in the body or use more action verbs rather than soft verbs.
Answered By: Devoted - 1/4/2008
 
you asked for a promotion before you were even hired....you use the phrase "responsible for" WAY too many times...do a google search for resume tips, they'll give you websites that can help you out
Answered By: riya - 1/4/2008
 
It's not too bad by today's standards for resumes. Third sentence in HMSHost - "Responsible for helping the store manager cost in line to budget" is unclear. Maybe should say, "Responsible for helping the Store Manager keep the costs in line with budgets... More
Answered By: Oldwhiteguy2earth - 1/4/2008
 
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