Subway is a restaurant franchise that sells sub sandwiches and salads. With over 35,000 locations worldwide, it is the biggest single-brand chain in the world. It is the second restaurant chain overall, coming in behind YUM! Brands, which has several different chains under its umbrella. Subway was started in 1966 by Peter Buck and Fred De Luca in New York. The most popular sandwich on the Subway menu is the BMT, which contains salami, ham and pepperoni; the name stands for "Biggest, Meatiest, Tastiest."
The majority of applicants that interview for a position at Subway report a positive interview experience. Potential employees can expect a fairly straightforward interview process consisting of a face-to-face interview with a store manager, in which standard interview questions are posed. An example might include a question such as, "What is your favorite sandwich?" Those applying for managerial positions may find a more rigorous interview process that may include a panel interview or a skills test. Potential employees can apply online or in person. Applicants who are offered positions may need to complete a drug test and submit to a background check.
Are you a high energy, positive person, with a professional attitude? Are you looking for a stepping stone into management? A Subway Assistant Manager role may be a perfect position for you. Assistant managers support the store managers with training the crew and handling store operations. You will have an opportunity to fine tune your leadership skills and prepare to step into a management role.
At a Subway restaurant they’re looking for an outgoing, motivated, responsible team player who enjoys working in a fast-paced retail environment. Subway currently has a position open for a Sandwich Artist®/cashier.
The Business Operations Specialist position is primarily responsible for identifying and helping to implement strategies to improve return on investment through reduction of operational costs in store development, operations and management, coordination of strategic initiatives to better leverage the efforts of area development managers of franchisee and translation of US/International solutions into practical tools for the region.
The Accounts Payable Customer Service Representative position will be responsible for providing assistance to the accounts payable department by fielding inquiries on payment status, researching and resolving invoicing issues with advertising agencies and vendors and responding to customer comments and complaints regarding advertising and promotions.
The Clerical Assistant position will responsible for handling all of the filing for the Franchise Disclosures team so that disclosure changes may be referred to quickly when needed; facilitating the imaging of Change of Information forms so they are easily accessible; archiving documents to conform with Subway’s records retention policy; and assisting with special projects handled by the Team. Additional responsibilities will include answering phones, file research, faxing and copying.