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8 days ago

Selector Night, Part Time

US Foods Phoenix, AZ

- Perform all pre-shift duties which would include safety check of all equipment. Selects customer orders from pick slots using pick lists of… US Foods

8 days ago

Delivery Driver

US Foods Phoenix, AZ

including: obtaining and reviewing driver itinerary, checking route numbers and account numbers for assigned deliveries, counting items and checking… US Foods

8 days ago

Maintenance Mechanic

US Foods Phoenix, AZ

- Perform necessary repairs and maintenance to warehouse-related equipment (i.e. pallet jacks, highlifts, forklifts, etc.) to insure that adequate… US Foods

20 days ago

Project Manager - ERP, Financial Implementation

US Foods Tempe, AZ

- • Manages multiple small to midsized Projects or a large Project (Board approval level) within an area • Ensures all Projects adhere to USFs… US Foods

11 days ago

Payroll Tax Analyst

US Foods Tempe, AZ

- • Provide direction to staff on payroll tax related matters including resolution to inquiries • Works with other team members to provide… US Foods

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US Foods President, CEO, and Director John A. Lederer
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    Excellent opportunity for the right person.

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    Current Employee - Territory Manager in Phoenix, AZ
    Current Employee - Territory Manager in Phoenix, AZ

    I have been working at US Foods full-time (more than 3 years)


    As in any aspect of life, but especially sales, you have to play to win. For those that care to get out of the house, get out of the car and actually walk into a foodservice entity, there is money to be made. Work / life balance is great as long as you are organized and intentional in your actions. Sure, initiatives are crammed down our throats daily, but it's the numbers. There is a wide gap between the earners and the complainers for an obvious reason. Versus our competitors, I have to truly believe that we are a cut above the rest in quality, performance and morality.


    Obviously, selling out to Sysco is heart breaking. I had every hope of retiring from USF one day, albeit 20-30 years away.
    Transportation/routing has been a severe set back in customer relations, but so goes the broad line industry.
    Procurement could use significant directional aid as out of stocks are rampant and embarrassingly damaging to the sales force for the better part of the last 12 months.

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