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Lunch Truck Driver Resume

Lunch truck drivers have the duty to load and unload the truck, to maintain the food-dispersing equipment and the truck in good working order and sanitary condition, to prepare and wrap sandwiches for delivery, to push the lunch-cart in office building or the departments of industrial establishments to sell foods.

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Job Requirements

The job of a lunch truck driver does not require previous work-related skills or knowledge, however employers may ask their candidates to possess at least a high school diploma, and they provide them training, on-the-job, a few days to a few months. Lunch truck drivers must have knowledge of English language, solid knowledge of customer and personal service, mathematics, great knowledge of public safety and security, and good knowledge of transportation. The skills required for this position include active listening and speaking, critical thinking, social perceptiveness and coordination skills. The abilities required for the job include oral expression, near vision, number facility, speech clarity and oral comprehension.

A resume for this position should contain some of the job requirements presented previously. Before you write a resume, you should research what are the exact skills and abilities required. Afterward, add in your resume the ones you possess and also mention all types of tasks you had at your previous jobs, in order to present a clear image of what you can do for your employer.

Lunch Truck Driver Resume Sample

Personal Details

Name: Michelle Webbe
Address: 134 Main Street, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 88888
E-mail: mwebbe@example.com
Home: (222) 444 5555
Cell: (222) 444 1234

Objective

Seeking a position as a Lunch Truck Driver

Summary of Qualifications

  • Over five years of experience as Lunch Truck Driver
  • Safe driver with a clean driving background
  • Good customer service
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills
Professional Experience

Harrison Mobile Catering, Chicago, USA
Lunch Truck Driver, 2002 - Present

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Drove a lunch truck following a scheduled route
  • Sold different food specialties, such as box lunches, sandwiches and beverages to office and industrial workers, students, patrons of public events and sports
  • Loaded and unloaded the truck
  • Maintained the food-dispersing and truck in good working condition and sanitary condition
  • Prepared and wrapped sandwiches
  • Pushed the lunch-cart around the office buildings and industrial establishments and sold products
  • Performed additional duties as assigned
Harrison Mobile Catering, Chicago, USA
Sandwich Maker, 2000 - 2002

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Was in charge of a sandwich bar as a chief sandwich maker
  • Assembled parts by setting up bread, prepared ingredients, added side dishes, following the set menu
  • Received sandwich orders from customers
  • Prepared garnishes for sandwiches such as pickles and sliced tomatoes
  • Made fillings, dressings and spreads
  • Fried bacon, steaks, eggs and hamburgers for hot sandwiches
  • Performed additional duties as assigned
Education

High School Diploma, 1999
Chicago High School, Chicago, Illinois, USA

References

Available upon request

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