When I first started working at Aramark, I learning a great deal. I was fully engage in my job and in the financial results including the development of the budget. At the end of my tenure, the company was consolidating the accounting processes and procedures. The Controller position became more of an administrative position as more and more of the work was performed offsite and I had less and less control over the financial department. Even the budget was dictated at the national level. Many positions were being eliminated. Travel became a burden as I had to supervise two locations at the opposite end of the state.
My experience was excellent with the company I learned alot in the years of working there. I also gained Good reputation with staff and customers.Also the ability to make critical decisions about anything that was happening.
I enjoyed my time with Aramark. My experience was awesome. I learned alot. No one was unhappy. They did a great job as far as character assessment because eveyone hired at the open interview session was eager to work and genuinely good spirited like me.
A typical day for a food runner at aramark would start off by finding which section in the Q you would be working in. Setting up areas(moving tables, finding equipment) for a specific event. I would recommend this to someone out of highschool looking for a job oppurtinity.
Penetrate current accounts and grow their business as well as acquire new accounts. Build relationships and trust is the key to successful selling. Management is the most difficult aspect of the job in regards to communication and follow up. Competition against my piers is the most difficult part of the position. The most enjoyable part of the position is the commission multiplier.