Aramark Virtual Career Fair May 10, 2016


Aramark Virtual Career Fair
May 10, 2016
1-3 EST
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Imagine working for an organization that invests time and resources into its customer care and offers expertise and service to positively impact day-to-day lives.
That’s where we come in.

Providing services to over 1000 hospitals nationwide we look for the following:
Biomedical Equipment Technicians
Imaging Service Engineers
Clinical Engineering Managers
Plant Operations and Facilities Management
Maintenance and Custodial Leadership roles
Food Operations Management
Human Resources
Sales and Marketing

“I have done one deployment to Afghanistan since beginning my career with Aramark, as well as additional training to become an officer, and Aramark has been a great supporter of this.  The skills that I learned in the military have been extremely transferable to my work within Aramark.  I am empowered to make many decisions every day and just as we operate off of commander’s intent within the military, we do the same within Aramark.” – Rick Anania

Aramark has a deep commitment to hiring veterans, and they have more than 9,000 job openings across the country. This event will focus on their healthcare division, and if you have experience in any of the jobs referenced above, they would love to chat with you on May 10.

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