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Sample Dining Service Inspector Resume






A dining service inspector resume shows the hiring manager the job hunter is eager to be hired and is well qualified in training and on-the-job experience. All dining service inspector resumes should state the job seeker's objective and work history.


Gerald Smith
10 Any Lane
Big Town, USA 99999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
gsmith@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Dining Service Inspector

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Trained and experienced in management, food and dining service industry on railroads; committed professional; excellent communication skills and leadership among staff and co-workers

EXPERIENCE

Dining Service Inspector, 2000 to present:

B and H Railroad, Any Town, USA.

Responsible for inspecting railroad dining car facilities and service and investigating complaints. Ensures that employees are meeting cleanliness and service standards as well as serving food in a sanitary and pleasing manner. Also observes service personnel for efficient and courteous service.

Assistant Dining Service Inspector, 1998-2000:

B and H Railroad, Any Town, USA.

Worked closely with dining service inspector to ensure all complaints are addressed and then recommended improvements and corrections for better operating efficiency. Also prepared reports and sent to management.

EDUCATION

A.A., Food Service
Any City Trade School, Any City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Railroad Workers

NOTE: Most dining service inspector resumes run one to two pages. The dining service inspector resume above is a short sample of one you can use to build your own. Consider what the target employer is looking for and then write yours accordingly.