First of all, I know this is a lot of question.
2 job.. Help anyone?
Just answer what you want to.
I have a job on the weekends for winter, but I obligation a job Monday through Thursday to help remuneration for college next year.
I want to keep my current livelihood, where I'm a shift leader. I want to apply at CiCi's, but wouldn't it look impossible on my part to only know how to work 2 days at CiCi's during Spring Break and all throughout next Summer? My other livelihood comes first because it pays more...
Secondly, how can I tell my current manager that I'm applying for a second livelihood, without making her think I'm going to quit, even though I might if CiCi's turns out better. I don't want my executive to be taken by surprise if she gets a call from CiCi's, but I don't want her to fire me any.
Can my manager inform CiCi's about shortages within my till if I use her as a reference? Would you use your current manager as a suggestion to get a second job?
Also, if I can't work at CiCi's or somewhere I'm applying till January 5th, should I fill out their application now?
You're looking for a part time 2nd job so no it would not look desperate to have limited availability. Who know, they may only be looking for someone for those 2 days or maybe they own someone else who is looking for 3 days and between the two of you, 5 days would be covered. You never know how things will work out until you try, so go ahead and apply.
Don't worry give or take a few manager at your current job fear you will be leaving. She knows she with the sole purpose hired you to work weekends so just let her know that you're looking for a cut time job to supplement it. Who knows, she might be capable of get you more hours instead - maybe someone else is going on break or maternity leave or quitting soon. Again, you never know how things will work out so have a word to her. If she doesn't have any more hours to give you and you assure her that your rota for your 2nd job will not include the weekends you work for her, she should be okay with it and you won't enjoy to worry about her audible range you're looking from a perspective employer. Just remember that if you do decide to leave if the subsequent job is better, that your current job deserves a 2 week identify.
Can your manager inform others about shortages within your till? Yes. Many people are under the mistaken summary that it is illegal for an employer to give details. That's not reasonably true. It isn't agains the law to give details when another employer call for a reference. It just isn't other advisable because it can open the company up for lawsuits if anything is untrue or simply unsubstantiated and the person can prove that the poor hint was what kept them from getting the job so most company attorney's simply suggest not getting within to the details and most employers don't. So can she mention the shortages? Yes. Will she? Not likely. Besides, she still have you employed so that is a reference adjectives by itself. I don't know how many shortages or what amounts, but she must not be too concerned or she would let you walk.
As for filling out the application now, I would suggest that you do so. We're entering the holiday season immediately and many managers achieve way too busy between Thanksgiving and New Years to even think in the order of looking at new applications during this time and since you're wanting to go to work shortly after New Years, I'd capture the application in now. However, different employer have different policies about how long they preserve applications active so you should ask them about that when you turn them surrounded by. For me, I keep all applications helpful for 90 days and if an opening comes up, I pull those applications and start near them rather than putting a help required ad in the thesis. Some companies only keep them stirring for 30 days and others much longer than I do. So be sure to check with them about that when you apply. And if they will hold on to it active until the 1st of the year, ask them if it would be okay for you to call hindmost around the middle or end of December to check on the application. That way, you aren't lately wondering if they laid it aside or forgot about it. Usually, they will pull the application and verify that you're still interested and that keep it from getting lost on the bottom of a pile when they get closer to hiring.
Good luck with the 2nd living and with school subsequent year.
Most of the answers to your question depends on the scheduling of the job and company you are looking at getting hired for and I think it's locked to add "IF they are even hiring." The best employees are those next to flexible shifts and not rigid on the days and shifts they can work, especially when you are up front that your other job comes first. It good that you're honest beside your prospective employer but also important that you are honest with yourself.
You should be upfront near your employer about your desire for a second job. You won't be fired for it. You haven't mentioned what your first undertaking is... I hope and assume it's not a conflict of interest with a competitive company/employer.
It's possible that your manager might mention the shortages ... I don't know your supervisor. It might be part of the questions they enjoy; however, most reference checks are "safe" to the title, salary, date, attitude and related to checking that you indeed worked where and when you said you did.
It won't hurt to apply now to at smallest get to know the management, staff and environment. You may not want to seize in there if you don't "click" near the other employers, duties, etc. so it won't hurt to ask to interview now and if they read aloud you're not what they're looking for you will have plenty of time to find something that will work for you and the employer.
Get your resume together and ask for an interview with a hiring authority. Consider have a Plan B if Plan A doesn't work out for you.