In this model curriculum for waitress restaurant / cafe, we have focused on the most elementary sections of any curriculum: contact information, work experience, education, and skills. Remember that for any curriculum that prepares, you must keep very present the requirements specified in the job announcement. In the case of the waitresses, although in many cases not the curriculum for recruitment use, the preparation of this document can help you differentiate yourself from other job candidates.
In the case of Ana, we have included the names of the different facets in which he has worked: box, reception and waitressing. For each of them, we have specified their level of knowledge / experience for the employer to have a better idea of its potential as an ideal candidate.
Ana Mesa; 266 Sabrosa Ave, San Mateo, CA 98121, (535) 756-0980
Getting a job waitressing at Outback International in his new restaurant in Santa Monica
With over 7 years of restaurant experience, I have worked in both international franchises to local restaurants -FishBone-
Mesera; Fishbone International, Calabasas, CA, June 2009- January 2013
Cashier, Local Deli, Los Angeles, CA; May 2007- May 2009
Fun 4 Kidz, Valle Grande, AZ
Opened in January 2007 2003-
Baccalaureate Diver Rancho High School, CA, August 1999- May 2003
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