The sentence contains the phrase, 'It would have to be OK'd by The Superintendent.' My second sentence contains the phrase, ' ... being followed by the assistant manager.' I'm not sure if I should use capital letters for The Superintendent & the Assistant Manager.' Can anyone help please?
Titles are not capitalized unless they're part of the name. You would write
Yesterday, the president addressed the press.
Yesterday, President Obama addressed the press.
I have a question for you, Mr. President.
Also, "the" and other articles are never capitalized, even in a title, unless it's the first word in the title or sentence (for example: The Sound and the Fury, by William Faulkner).
That depends on whether it is a title (ie. Hello Teacher!) or just a description (ie. I gave it to my teacher). A title would be capitalised, a description would not.