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Company Overview: Subway
- Restaurant, Fast food
- Number of stores:
- $16 billion (2010)
- Bridgeport, CT
- Fred DeLuca (President)
- With more than 37,000 locations in nearly 100 countries, Subway is the single largest restaurant chain in the world. No matter where you live, there is more than likely a Subway hiring in your local area.
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You can also search and apply for jobs directly through Subway's career site. Head down to the 'application process' section below for some tips for filling out your application. If you choose this method, you can still use StartWire to manage your application history.
Most Subway restaurants are franchises, and some franchise owners accept paper job applications. If a paper application is your preferred method, just call your local location and ask them if they're accepted. If they are, just go in (dress nicely) and fill one out.
The Subway application process is about as simple as it gets. If you have your employment history, education, and references prepared ahead of time, it shouldn't take you more than 10 minutes to complete. In an age where so many employers make you spend an hour or more taking various tests and assessments, the simplicity of the Subway application is very welcome.
Before you can apply, you just need to enter your address. The website will then show all of the locations near you, and then you'll be able to select the location where you wish to work. From that page, you just need to select the job you'd like to apply for.
You can only apply to one position at one location at a time, but given the simplicity of the application process, this really isn't a big deal at all.
The entire application is really straightforward. Just provide your personal information, education, employment history, and references, and you'll be finished. It's as simple as that.
Unfortunately, Subway does not provide automatic updates on job applications at this time. If you would like to check on the status of your application or learn if you're still being considered for a position you applied for, your best bet is to contact the hiring manager at the store you've applied to.
Subway is an equal opportunity employer. They do not factor in age, race, or gender while making their hiring decisions.
Jobs available at Subway
In its stores, Subway is always hiring sandwich artists, shift managers, assistant managers, and managers. Search jobs
There are also many opportunities available at Subway's corporate headquarters. If you'd like a corporate job, your best bet is to visit Subway's career site regularly to see the opportunities as they open up.
Types of people Subway wants to hire
Like most employers, Subway wants to hire friendly, dependable, honest, and hardworking people to join their time. All Subway employees interact with customers, and have a direct impact on their experience at the store. For that reason, the company values candidates who have strong customer service skills. If you make it to the interview process, putting a lot of emphasis on your customer service skills and experience could be extremely helpful.
You must be at least 16 years old to work as a sandwich artist at Subway. You must be at least 18 years old to work in management.
Subway was founded by Fred DeLuca, and he is still the CEO. Other important people within the organization include David Worroll (Controller), Don Fertman (CDO), and Millie Shinn (EVP).
Subway earned an estimated $16 billion in revenue in 2010. As a privately-held company, they are not required to disclose their financial information.
Subway got its start when the first store (named "Pete's Super Submarines" at the time) was opened in 1965. Fred DeLuca borrowed money from a friend to open the submarine sandwich shop in Bridgeport, CT. The first store was a success, and the following year they decided to form a company (Doctor's Associates, Inc.) that would oversee the expansion of the restaurant as it expanded.
In 1968 DeLuca changed the name of the shop to Subway, and it has continued to grow ever since. Today, there are more than 37,000 Subway locations across the world. There is at least one Subway in every state, and the company has expanded to 98 countries.
In terms of locations, Subway is the largest restaurant chain the world, though it trails McDonald's in terms of revenue.