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30+ days ago

Patient Services Manager - Food Service

ARAMARK Richmond, VA

Aramark Healthcare is searching for a Patient Services Manager for a 776 bed hospital in Richmond, VA. The Patient Services Manager plans… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Plant Operations and Maintenance Assistant Manager

ARAMARK Richmond, VA

Aramark Healthcare is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Assistant Manager, Plant Operations and Maintenance for an acute care facility… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Biomedical Equipment Supervisor

ARAMARK Richmond, VA

The Biomedical Equipment Supervisor maintains clinical equipment through the effective use of the Medical Equipment Management Plan and the Aramark… Glassdoor

14 days ago

Chef De Cuisine - Business Dining

ARAMARK Richmond, VA

The Business Services division of Aramark, with over $1 billion in revenues and 18,000 employees, provides a wide range of food and other support… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Associate District Manager

ARAMARK Richmond, VA

Aramark Uniform Services (AUS) provides uniforms and related products to more than 400,000 customers nationwide, in virtually every industry. From… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Catering Sales Manager - Richmond Convention Center - Richmond – new

ARAMARK Richmond, VA

Aramark - Sports and Entertainment The Sports and Entertainment division within Aramark Corporation serves more than 200 premier stadiums, arenas… Glassdoor

20 days ago

Sterile Processing Technician

ARAMARK Richmond, VA

Under the supervision of a Sterile Processing Supervisor and or Manager performs a variety of indirect patient care activities. This includes… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Imaging Service Engineer II

ARAMARK Richmond, VA

The Imaging Service Engineer II works independently on a regular basis, performing assigned maintenance, installation, repairs, adjustments, and… Glassdoor

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    ok but not spectacular

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    Current Employee - Cook in Richmond, VA
    Current Employee - Cook in Richmond, VA

    I have been working at ARAMARK full-time (more than an year)


    easy to get hired (they have mass hiring events at campuses and facilities at least once a year); flexible with scheduling; there are SOME advancement opportunities (if you're willing to hustle); benefits are available, even if you start full time and reduce your hours - including health, dental, vision, and 401k. (but the benefits themselves are so-so, as i'll explain in cons).


    as with any food service gig, there are a LOT of cons: i work in a dining services facility, where they're really lackadaisical about training. most training is done from employee to employee, not with management directly involved, so if you're unfamiliar with equipment or how to transcribe recipe info, then you're going to have to dig for help and answers, which is very hard when the dinner rush is ravaging your line; LONG HOURS - some facilities contracted with this company are open till the wee hours of the morning - and they do HIGH VOLUME and HIGH STRESS, so be prepared to work and sweat the whole time; if working on-campus, you get laid off during winter and summer breaks unless you're a supervisor or manager, which can be a real hardship if you've got bills to pay or gifts to buy around Christmas; health benefits are available, but are expensive and can cost you half your paycheck, depending on how comprehensive you want your coverage; advancement opportunities are available, but hard to track down - a company this size should have a training program for existing employees to prep them on new stations, new roles and responsibilities, and really help them advance from the ground up.

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    TRAIN PEOPLE! It was a good thing I had tons of kitchen and restaurant experience before starting this job, because I was given virtually NO training on the job. it would help if managers and supervisors would have at least one or two training shifts for new employees, so they know what they're doing when it gets busy.

    OFFER ADVANCEMENT OPPORUNITIES FOR EXISTING EMPLOYEES: If an hourly cook comes to a manager and says "I'd like to earn a pay raise, take on new responsibilities, and become a supervisor or a sous chef," then have a program in place that can help them do that. you'll retain a lot more talent and help a lot of your employees with a training program designed to give motivated candidates a chance to advance.

    PAY YOUR EMPLOYEES MORE: this may not even be up to management (though they make recommendations for raises), but the pay for food service workers with this company is very low - just a smidge above minimum wage. advice to managers and HR - if you're actively seeking people who are experienced and have already demonstrated competency in this industry, then they deserve to be paid for their skill and productivity - more than $8 an hour.

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