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selina Merritt
over 4 years ago
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Restaurant Management

I've been managing in the food and beverage industry for 15 yrs. I have experience in fast food, fast casual, and fine dining. I'm looking for a General Manager position in or around Troy Mo.

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Juan yac
over 5 years ago
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General Manger

Very excited to work for this company. I'm planing to move to Utah I have experiance working on fast food industry for over 20yrs as General Manager at Carl's jr

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Michael Doane
over 4 years ago
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Retail/Grocery Store Manager

Being currently employed on 3rd shift, I am in need of a change. Being 30 years old now, I worked in all areas of the food service industry, beginning when I was 14 years old. I began washing dishes and bussing tables, then cooking, then waiting tables, then finally running restaurants as the General Manager. At one point, I ran 3 restaurants at one time. I am willing to move back into the restaurant business as a General or District Manager and work as many hours necessary; I just ask to stay off of 3rd shift and to be given a fair wage. I am not asking for anything more than my current salary of $60,000/year. I am willing to travel anywhere in the mid-west (Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, etc...). Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Xola Dana
over 4 years ago
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Questions

If you don't have an experience in general managing do you offer training for an inexperienced person??

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Peter Seabury
almost 4 years ago
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Management, General Management

Very qualified, anxious for offers or interviews. Ready if you have anything that fits. Will look at all posabilities .

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Lydia Chavis
over 3 years ago
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Leon Latham
about 3 years ago
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Depending on the chain of command to support me with the proper information to complete a task

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Jonathan Owens
about 3 years ago
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Dumb website does not know company sold out.

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Enrique Giles
over 3 years ago
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The experience is great and always count inventory every night because if you don't you may be missing items on the truck

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Larry D. Williams
over 3 years ago
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Store Closure

You are never really prepared for when your employer states they are closing your store. I guess it's an experience you never really get used to. I've been laid off 3 times and now a store closure. The worst part about it is that it makes your resume look longer than it should. Well, if anyone is looking for a great General/Branch or District Manager please let me know.

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