My question is similar to another question here. The similarity is in that I had multiple titles within the company, and that I am unsure whether to show the promotions or hide them on my CV, and how to describe the role.
My situation however is quite different:
- March 2013 - now: Middle Manager
- November 2012 - March 2013: Junior Manager
- October 2012 - November 2012: Junior Assistant
I had a rapid and unusual progression of titles in the company, promoted right after my probationary period (because there could be no official title change before that), also exceeding my own supervisor. Part of the reason was that I was always proactive and reliable, showing that I could perform better than my actual title, but also because changes in management led plenty of senior employees to quit the company, giving me plenty of space to progress in little time.
By October 2012, I was already doing what a Middle Manager was doing in terms of achievements and responsibilities, and everything I am doing right now is a direct consequence of what I started since I joined the company.
To wrap up, although my titles changed, my actual responsibilities and achievements have been the same from the beginning, i.e. of a Middle Manager.
So instead of writing all the titles with no change in responsibility, wouldn't it be more appropriate to just write:
October 2012 - now: Middle Manager