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Dining Services
JOB FAIR AT ASU on
Wednesday, July 10 from 9 am-3 pm @
1290 S. Normal Ave. Tempe, Arizona
Aramark is hiring for a variety of food service positions
at the ASU Tempe Campus.
If you have food service industry experience and have excellent customer service skills,

WE WANT TO MEET YOU!



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    • ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Published Daily Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday – Some Fridays 9 JULY 2013 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TOMORROW STARTS YOUR FUTURE Dining Services JOB FAIR AT ASUWednesday, July 10 - 9 am - 3 pm 1290 S. Normal Ave.Tempe, Arizona Aramark is hiring for a variety of food service positions At the ASU Tempe Campus If you have food service industry experience in the positions listed below and have excellent customer service skills, WE WANT TO MEET YOU! ARAMARK WILL BE ONSITE INTERVIEWING FOR THE FOLLOWING: Cooks Catering Servers Cashiers Baristas Food Service Workers/Preps Supervisors STUDY GUIDE FOR GETTING A JOB! “YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE EXCEPT UNEMPLOYMENT” ARAMARK is proud to announce that it has once again been ranked No. 1 in its industry on FORTUNE magazine's list of "World's Most Admired Companies" for 2011.
    • WHO IS ARAMARK? THIS IS A MUST WATCH VIDEO! http://youtu.be/HrGbcQb1JRA ARAMARK is a leader in professional services, providing award-winning food services, facilities management, and uniform and career apparel to health care institutions, universities and school districts, stadiums and arenas, and businesses around the world. In 2012, FORTUNE magazine again recognized ARAMARK on its list of “World’s Most Admired Companies.” ARAMARK has consistently ranked since 1998 as one of the top three most admired companies in its industry as evaluated by peers and analysts. Also in 2012, ARAMARK was honored as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute.ARAMARK seeks to responsibly address issues that matter to its clients, customers, employees and communities by focusing on employee advocacy, environmental stewardship, health and wellness, and community involvement. Headquartered in Philadelphia, ARAMARK has more than 250,000 employees serving clients in 22 countries.ARAMARK provides services in nearly every industry, including: Business and Industry - Colleges and Universities - Healthcare - Sports and Entertainment - School Districts - Parks and Resorts - Correctional Institutions - Conference Centers - Convention Centers - Cultural Attractions - Senior Living…
    • We are a leading provider of dining, facilities and conference center management to colleges, universities and preparatory schools, ARAMARK serves over 600 institutions across North America. ARAMARK provides residential dining and retail operations such as convenience stores, coffee kiosks, late- night eateries and branded restaurants. ARAMARK’s facility services experts also provide clients with comprehensive operations and maintenance, custodial services, landscaping, grounds keeping, energy management, capital program management, construction project management, building commissioning and more. By deeply understanding and aligning with clients' goals, ARAMARK seeks to responsibly address the issues that are most concerning to universities and colleges today. ARAMARK focuses on helping campuses thrive by treating employees well, caring for the earth and environment, and ensuring the health and well-being of the campus and communities, in which we live, learn and work. At Arizona State University, ARAMARK Higher Education transformed a faculty & staff cafeteria into a state-of-the-art, sustainable restaurant that hosts students, faculty, staff and university guests. The Engrained Café comes to Arizona State University as part of ARAMARK's Green Thread™ Platform. It is an opportunity for the campus community to engage in sustainable dining practices though a living-learning restaurant committed to locally grown food and environmentally friendly practices. "Engrained Café will provide a unique restaurant experience where guests can enjoy a good meal while learning about and experiencing good sustainability practices... The partnership between Arizona State University and Aramark/Sun Devil Dining is an example of the collaboration needed to promote wide-scale change." Bonny Bentzin, Director of University Sustainability Practices, Arizona State University ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Aramark Dining Services Job Fair at ASU 1290 S. Normal Ave.Tempe, AZ85287 MemorialUnionBuilding – Union Stage *** No validation provided for paid parking *** Visit http://sundevildining.asu.edu/employment
    • 1290 S. Normal Ave. Tempe, AZ 85287 Memorial Union Building Union Stage Plan a Trip Select itinerary from GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE to ASU/COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY Itinerary #1- Service on 07/05/2013 PrintEmailSelect and Plan Return Trip Walk 0.4 mile W from GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Light rail Departs from 38TH STREET/WASHINGTON LIGHT RAIL STN at 09:46 AM Board: Metro light rail To Sycamore/Main Arrive: VETERANS WAY/COLLEGE LIGHT RAIL STATION at 09:59 AM Walk S to ASU/COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY You will reduce carbon emissions by 3.11 lbs. by choosing transit! 4.897 lbs. CO2 produced by driving alone - 1.787 lbs. CO2 produced by riding transit = 3.11 lbs. CO2 saved! $ 2.00 Full Fare $ 1.00 Reduced Fare Total trip time: 13 min For travel costing $4.00 or more, consider buying an All-Day pass. Save $2.00 off the onboard price of $6.00 when purchased at retail locations. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Itinerary #2- Service on 07/05/2013 PrintEmailSelect and Plan Return Trip Walk 0.4 mile W from GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Light rail Departs from 38TH STREET/WASHINGTON LIGHT RAIL STN at 09:58 AM Board: Metro light rail To Sycamore/Main Arrive: VETERANS WAY/COLLEGE LIGHT RAIL STATION at 10:11 AM Walk S to ASU/COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY You will reduce carbon emissions by 3.11 lbs. by choosing transit! 4.897 lbs. CO2 produced by driving alone - 1.787 lbs. CO2 produced by riding transit = 3.11 lbs. CO2 saved! $ 2.00 Full Fare $ 1.00 Reduced Fare Total trip time: 13 min For travel costing $4.00 or more, consider buying an All-Day pass. Save $2.00 off the onboard price of $6.00 when purchased at retail locations. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    • Itinerary #3- Service on 07/05/2013 PrintEmailSelect and Plan Return Trip Walk 0.4 mile W from GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Light rail Departs from 38TH STREET/WASHINGTON LIGHT RAIL STN at 10:10 AM Board: Metro light rail To Sycamore/Main Arrive: VETERANS WAY/COLLEGE LIGHT RAIL STATION at 10:23 AM Walk S to ASU/COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY You will reduce carbon emissions by 3.11 lbs. by choosing transit! 4.897 lbs. CO2 produced by driving alone - 1.787 lbs. CO2 produced by riding transit = 3.11 lbs. CO2 saved! $ 2.00 Full Fare $ 1.00 Reduced Fare Total trip time: 13 min For travel costing $4.00 or more, consider buying an All-Day pass. Save $2.00 off the onboard price of $6.00 when purchased at retail locations. ============================================================================ From our humble beginnings that started in the trunk of a Dodge in 1936, ARAMARK has grown to become a multi-national corporation, with over 260,000 employees serving clients across 22 countries. Our organization strives to build relationships with our clients by offering them the most complete and most innovative array of industry-leading management services available in the marketplace today. ARAMARK provides award-winning services including dining and refreshments, facilities management, hospitality management, and uniform and career apparel, to universities, school districts, health care institutions, stadiums and arenas, and business from around the world. We know that our success in building relationships with our clients has been made possible through the talent and dedication of our employees. Our commitment is to serve our employees well so they in turn can serve our clients well. We provide competitive wages and benefits, embrace diversity, promote inclusion, and encourage personal and professional development. We are united by a culture that celebrates and rewards an entrepreneurial spirit by treating our employees with respect and dignity, making ARAMARK a company where the best people want to work. ============================================================================== Aramark Dining Services Job Fair at ASU 1290 S. Normal Ave.Tempe, AZ85287 MemorialUnionBuilding – Union Stage *** No validation provided for paid parking *** Visithttp://sundevildining.asu.edu/employment
    • Wages and benefits The ability to attract, and retain top talent is a vital to achieving our business goals. We want to be the employer people want to work for and the employer of choice for the professional services industry. By attracting and retaining the best talent, we can provide the best service to our client, which in turn enables our company to grow and provide more jobs. We offer a culture, environment and set of benefits to help us retain employees who perform. We provide a wide range of compensation and benefits that meet the diverse needs of our employees. For some, compensation may be the most beneficial aspect of the job, but for others, such as parents with young children, good health insurance and paid time off is also important, so we provide a full range of benefit options to all our employees. Beyond adherence to local and national wage guidelines, we pay competitive wages that are guided by an employee’s occupation, experience, location, regulations and industry comparisons. We provide a range of health insurance plans to meet every employee’s needs, as well as savings and retirement benefits. We also offer every one of our employees access to additional services such as ARAMARK’s Employee Assistance Program through which employees can access 24/7 confidential help to find answers to some of life’s challenging issues, such as elder care, depression, or legal issues. Employees can also take advantage of more than a dozen corporate discounts that are offered for services that range from retail stores and attractions, to electronics to automobile dealers. For many employees, the ability to further their education, gain new skills, and advance in their career is highly motivating. We provide tuition reimbursement, and skills training for all, from front- line food service workers, to those in leadership positions. Our education programs range from online training courses in kitchen skills, food production and customer service that help employees excel and grow in their jobs, to leadership development programs that build core leadership skills and further participants' knowledge of ARAMARK as a whole.
    • Taking Care of Our Employees One Step at a Time We support a culture of health and wellness, and encourage our employees to adopt healthy behaviors. As with any large employee group, a certain percentage deal with chronic health conditions like asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure or heart disease. We know that our employees benefit from extra support when it comes to managing their health, and our Healthy Steps program was created to provide that extra support. In partnership with ActiveHealth Management, a leading provider of health management services for dozens of Fortune 500 companies, ARAMARK’s Healthy Steps program pairs employees with an ActiveHealth registered nurse who provides continuous counseling and advice to any employee managing a chronic health condition. Through the program, employees receive one-on-one help that not only makes them feel better, but also drives down medical costs for both the individual and the company. Employees connect with their ActiveHealth nurse through regular phone calls. During the calls, the employee can ask questions about their condition, or discuss treatments and medications. They can also review and learn more about their lab and test results. Nurses provide education about warning signs related to their health conditions, and teach them how to avoid future complications. Program participants work with the nurse to develop health improvement plans that include healthier eating, exercise, and tips that help them make the most of their visits to their doctors. “Lisa,” an ARAMARK employee with diabetes, hypertension and peripheral artery disease has benefited tremendously from the Healthy Steps nurse support. When she began participating in the program, Lisa’s goal was to prevent the diabetes-related issues that had impacted her mother, and ultimately led to her mother’s leg amputation. Her nurse coach educated Lisa on diabetes and the relationship to her other conditions, the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet, healthy food choices, portion control, medication management, food journaling, monitoring blood glucose and exercise. Acting on the advice of her nurse coach, Lisa is now wearing diabetic- appropriate socks, which are designed so as to not constrict the leg and foot, and diabetic shoes, which give her feet better support during work. After 11 months of sessions with her nurse coach, Lisa now manages her blood sugar with diet only. She joined a gym and started walking at the gym and around her apartment building. Her BMI has decreased 7 points and she has lost 32 pounds. “I’m almost pain free in my legs and I’m exercising regularly. I’m not short of breath when I walk,” she said. Lisa also reported that she feels less stress, feels more in control, and has gained new friends and support through her walking. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE COMPANY’S BENEFITS – CHECK THEM OUT @ http://www.enrichingliveseveryday.com/EmployeeAdvocacy/WagesAndBenefits.aspx ===================================================================================
    • HERE IS THE CHEAT SHEET FOR FILLING OUT YOUR APPLICATION! Look at each job descriptions. Identify and write down the skills and/or experience that they need on right-side of a piece of paper. Now write down (for each of your jobs) what you did that was the same or similar. This is called “connecting the dots.” USED JOB SHACK TIPSTER #1 Now you know who this company is. You know what skills are needed for each opening. So far, 100%! The next step is where 8 out of 10 of you will fail and your application will be deleted. This is the application process. WHY WILL ONLY 2 OF 10 GET CALLED FOR AN INTERVIEW? WAS IT THAT ONLY 2 HAD THE EXPERIENCE NEEDED? Yes and No. This is really simple to answer. All ten people tried very hard and did their best to fill out the application but, ONLY two used a “CHEAT SHEET.” WHAT CHEAT SHEET? The cheat sheet was the job description from the employer. It contains all of the information needed to “ace” the application. It has the skillset laid out in detail (DOESN’T IT?). It has the key words and phrases needed (RIGHT?). Everything that you need to get this job is laid out for you. When the employer asks you to explain what you did for a living, only 2 out of 10 applicants will start with the employer’s cheat sheet and use it to create the perfect answer that will show the employer that they have the skills that the employer was looking for. In other words, they connected the dots between what they did and what the employer was looking for. AS THE OLD MAN USE TO SAY… “If I am a mechanic applying for a customer service job…the last thing I will talk about is repairing cars…I will talk instead about dealing with customers, researching, diagnosis of their problem(s), presenting this information to my clients, seeking their approval to resolve the situation (contract negotiation, contract bidding and “costing” the job)…securing the needed resources and materials to complete the project by means of researching available inventory(s) utilizing advanced inventory management, computer systems. If not available in inventory...the process requires additional and sundry collection of research techniques which would be inclusive of industry outreach and the potential of actually outsourcing the entire acquisition process to acquire the needed materials from an assortment of various vendors or contractors (which then adds an additional layer of contract negotiations) within the timelines of the contract.
    • Oversee the actual project to completion while maintaining a continual dialog and open communication(s) with the clients to advise them on project updates and/or urgent situations that might require the urgent need to re-negotiation the terms of project involving costs and/or overruns…thus, further requiring the modification of the terms to the initial contract. Upon completion of the project, organize all vital project information, documentation(s) and present that to the client. This may include the utilization of approximate level of conflict resolution and marketing, public relations. Additional skills would center on the advanced usage of customized computer systems and software…” SEE THE DIFFERENCE: Here are the Requirements and Working Conditions: LOOK AT THE DISHWASHER JOB. • 3 months’ work experience preferred. Preferred means just that. If you have professional experience - PLEASE talk about that…even if you did not do that as a primary duty. They didn’t ask you that! Unless they say professional experience…have you ever washed a dish, a pot or a pan in your life? Unless you grew up with maids and the likes, the correct answer is “I have been doing this all my life.” FOR VETERANS, REMEMBER KP? That actually is professional experience in a high volume, fast pace commercial kitchen. The correct answer is “I did that in the Army.” How long were in the Army? 2-3-4-10 years? That is the level of your experience. • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment. Have you ever working in a fast pace, high volume setting? Did they ask if that was in a kitchen? Read the question carefully and answer it directly. • Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time. Did you ever stand up or walk around in your previous jobs? Thought so! • Ability to work effectively within a team. Ever work on a team? Thought so! Even when I am by myself, I am still part of a larger team. • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed. Can you? Have you ever had to move anything in your previous jobs? • Ability to work in elevated temperatures and a wet environment. Can you? Did you? Did you work outside in the heat or cold? Ever work in an office without air condition? • Continuous use of hands and arms. Can you? Have you? Explain. • Continuous bending, reaching and twisting. Can you? Have you? Explain.
    • You can now see that if you have lived a normal life, you qualify to be a dishwasher at ARAMARK. YOU NEED TO CONNECT THESE DOTS. DO NOT EXPECT THE EMPLOYER TO SEE THE CONNECTIONS. IT IS YOUR JOB AT THIS PART OF THE PROCESS TO DO THAT. IF YOU DO, YOU GET HIRED. IF NOT, YOU WILL HEAR A LOT OF “THANKS VERY MUCH…WE WILL LET YOU KNOW.”
    • JOB DESCRIPTIONS (IN GENERAL TERMS) The Cashier: Ensures that guests are greeted warmly upon entry and over the phone, shares descriptions about our many dessert selections, and serves our To Go guests. Additionally, this person assists guests in making menu selections over the phone, takes and rings in orders, packages To Go food and beverages, processes payments, and assists fellow team members to ensure overall guest satisfaction. REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: • 6 months customer service or guest service experience preferred. • Must be upbeat, outgoing and positive. • Must be able to assist guests and possess great guest relations skills. • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment. • Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills. • Ability to work effectively within a team. • Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time. • Ability to lift up to 35 lbs. as needed. • Continuous use of hands and arms. • Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.
    • The Dishwasher: Creates a welcoming environment for our guests by ensuring that all plateware, glassware and silverware are properly clean and sanitized. This person works within a team to ensure that these items are stocked throughout the shift. Additionally, the Dishwasher performs housekeeping duties such as sweeping and mopping floors, removing trash, and ensuring restrooms are clean, stocked and orderly. Requirements and Working Conditions: • 3 months’ work experience preferred. • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment. • Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time. • Ability to work effectively within a team. • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed. • Ability to work in elevated temperatures and a wet environment. • Continuous use of hands and arms. • Continuous bending, reaching and twisting. ==================================================================== The Busser: Creates a welcoming environment for our guests by ensuring the dining room is clean, free from trash and debris, and tables are set up properly. This person works within a team to clear and reset tables quickly between seatings. Additionally, the Busser refills bread and beverages for guests, shows guests to their tables, and performs light housekeeping duties such as sweeping floors, stocking glassware and ice, and ensuring restrooms are clean, stocked and orderly. REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: • 6 months experience as a Busser in a full-service restaurant preferred. • Must be able to assist guests and possess great guest relations skills. • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment. • Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time. • Basic to intermediate English communication skills. • Ability to work effectively within a team. • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed. • Continuous use of hands and arms. • Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.
    • The Steward: Ensures the highest quality products are on hand at all times. The Steward is responsible for communication with outside vendors, placing orders for food, beverage and dry stock items, and maintaining all storage areas in the restaurant. REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: • 6 months experience in a full-service restaurant preferred. • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment. • Ability to work effectively within a team. • Advanced English reading and communication skills. • Strong attention to detail. • Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time. • Knowledge of weights, measurements, volume and cooking procedures. • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed. • Must be able to work in extreme temperatures (freezers and walk-in refrigerators). • Continuous use of hands and arms. • Continuous bending, reaching and twisting. ============================================================================== The Prep Cook: Ensures the highest quality food is prepared per the exact recipe specifications at all times from our “scratch” kitchen. The Prep Cook is responsible for all aspects of their assigned station – completes all items on the daily preparation list; keeps the Line Cooks stocked with basic, critical items throughout the shift; and cleans, sanitizes, and maintains equipment, utensils and tools. REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: • 6 months restaurant experience preferred. • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment. • Ability to work effectively within a team. • Must be able to work quickly in a confined area and stand for extended periods of time. • Basic English reading and communication skills. • Strong attention to detail. • Knowledge of weights, measurements, volume and cooking procedures. • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed. • Ability to work in elevated temperatures. • Continuous use of hands and arms. • Continuous bending, reaching and twisting.
    • The Line Cook: Ensures the highest quality food is served at all times from our “scratch” kitchen. The Line Cook is responsible for all aspects of their assigned cooking station – sets up and stocks product, cooks and presents dishes according to The Cheesecake Factory recipes, and cleans, sanitizes and maintains equipment, utensils and tools. REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: • One year experience as a Line Cook preferred. • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment. • Ability to work effectively within a team. • Must be able to work quickly in a confined area and stand for extended periods of time. • Basic English reading and communication skills. • Strong attention to detail. • Knowledge of weights, measurements, volume and cooking procedures. • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. as needed. • Ability to work in elevated temperatures. • Continuous use of hands and arms. • Continuous bending, reaching and twisting. ===================================================================== USED JOB SHACK INSIDER: ARAMARK Lead Cashier at ARAMARK - Accepted Offer – May 16, 2013 Interview Details – There was only one interview. I was hired on the spot at a job fair. Interview Question – All the questions were easy and straightforward. ------------------------------------------- Food Service Worker at ARAMARK - Accepted Offer – Apr 27, 2013 Interview Details – I was referred and hired by a manager who I met while dining at the Aramark facility. He recommended me for the job and I got it. There was no real 'interview' experience; I received my job based on networking. However, to get the employee referral, I did have an informal conversation with the manager where he asked me about my cooking experience, particularly how I cook eggs. Interview Question – Describe how you cook an egg. Negotiation Details – I was not able to negotiate on salary, but the time commitment was very negotiable and I ended up working Saturdays and Sundays.
    • -------------------------------------------- Cashier at ARAMARK - Accepted Offer – Apr 8, 2013 Interview Details – Applied online spoke to the manager and scheduled an interview Interview Question – Do you feel like you can take orders from someone less educated than you? --------------------------------------------- Dish Washer at ARAMARK - Accepted Offer – Dec 15, 2012 Interview Details – Sat down in a beautiful corporate cafeteria. Asked some basic questions then proceeded to show me the facilities and introduce me to the staff. They were friendly enough and then he got me some good coffee and we started the interview. Standard questions about experience and background. Explained the job duties-hours-benefits and culture of the business that they service. The company was big time corporate law firm and he wanted good groomed workers that produced and did not bring drama to job. I said I could do that and I was hired. Interview Question – Why do you want this job? If I hire you are you sure you can put a year into this position? ------------------------------------------- Cook at ARAMARK - Accepted Offer – Sep 27, 2012 Interview Details – Work as temporary to show what I was capable of. Once they saw that I was competent, they decided to hire me. Interview Question – The deciding question between the two managers was, "Do you like Star Wars or Star Trek?", because the F&B Manager like Trek and the Exec. Chef liked Wars. I needed to give the answer the Chef wanted. -------------------------------------------- Server at ARAMARK - Accepted Offer – Jun 13, 2012 Interview Details – I walked into the Comcast Theatre because that’s where Aramark had their contract with. I just walked in and applied. The interview was a generic interview. With simple questions like who were your previous employers and ECT. It was very easy to get the job it was as if they were hiring anybody. Interview Questions WHAT ARE YOUR WEAKNESSES? How would you handle a rude customer? ------------------------------------------- Cashier at ARAMARK - Accepted Offer – Interview Details – I went in the interview at the o hare employee cafeteria position. when I arrive I had to sit and wait 30 minutes before someone came to pick me up from security, then I was escorted down stairs to the cafeteria and was told to sit because the supervisor was busy with an important client., finally when the supervisor came over we basically went over my resume and she let me know I had the job right then and there and that she will call me with a schedule by Friday. Interview Question – Do you have any experience with a cash register? ------------------------------------------ Cashier at ARAMARK - Accepted Offer – Interview Details – It was one on one with a recruiter. She was very nice and bubbly asked basic job experience questioned. Things like how my last job conflicts that occurred were. Didn't give a pay rate until a few weeks after starting the job. Everybody was so willing to help in excelling in the company Interview Questions Where do you see yourself with our company in five years/ Why this company? =====================================================================
    • USED JOB SHACK INSIDER….. INTERVIEWER REVIEW SHEET Interviewers utilize a check sheet to work them through the interview process. If you have access to this sheet (or a close copy) then you can be TOTALLY prepared to “ace” the interview. This insider INTEL and your ability to internalize this information will make the difference. Here are the details that they feel are important in determining if they should hire you or not. DISCLAIMER: This review sheet is for entertainment purposes ONLY. This is not recognized by Aramark as their official review sheet nor do we present it to be an official Aramark document…WINK…WINK! =============================================================== INTERVIEWER REVIEW SHEET POSITION APPLYING FOR: ___________________ APPLICANT NAME: ________________________ GREETINGS & INTRODUCTION Take a moment to greet the candidate and thank them for taking the time to meet with you. Introduce yourself. APPLICATION REVIEW REVIEW THE CANDIDATE’S APPLICATION AND/OR THEIR RESUME WAS THE APPLICATION FILLED OUT COMPLETELY (CONTACT INFO PROVIDED)? YES NO DID THE APPLICANT’S JOB TITLES MATCH THE JOB BEING APPLIED FOR? YES NO DID THE APPLICANT’S JOB DESCRIPTION RELATE TO THE JOB APPLIED FOR? YES NO WHAT WAS MISSING: __________________________________________________________________________________? __________________________________________________________________________________ APPLICANT REVIEW Dress should be AZ Casual or above. This needs to be “going to work” clothes not “going to the club” or “hanging out at the park” style(s) of fashion. DID THE APPLICANT DISPLAY AN APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF PROFESSIONALISM (ATTIRE/PROFESSIONAL IMAGE)? YES NO DID THE APPLICANT DISPLAY A POSITIVE, ANIMATED, UPBEAT, ENERGETIC PERSONALITY? YES NO DID THE APPLICANT DISPLAY GOOD COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS (NOT TALKING TOO QUICKLY, TOO SLOWLY, TOO MUCH)?YES NO WOULD THEY FIT INTO A HEAVILY, TEAM-ORIENTED ENVIRONMENT? YES NO WAS THE APPLICANT POLITE AND COURTEOUS (SHAKE HAND, SAYS THANK YOU FOR MEETING WITH THEM, ETC…)?YES NO DID THE APPLICANT SOUND ARTICULATE AND PROFESSIONAL (REFRAIN FROM USING SLANG/JARGON, ETC.…)?YES NO WAS THE APPLICANT ENGAGED WITH THE INTERVIEW (LISTENING CAREFULLY, ASKING QUESTIONS)? YES NO COMMENTS: _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________
    • KNOWLEDGE ON COMPANY Have they been to our website? YES NO Did they watch our virtual video(s)? YES NO Did they ask you any questions as to what you liked about our company? YES NO DIRECT QUESTIONS ON EXPERIENCE Do you share OUR passions for cooking and serving? In what way(s)? _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Please explain how that has had an effect upon the quality of your effort at work? _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Do you have direct, prior experience in the industry?YES NO IF SO, EXPLAIN: _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Related industry? _____________________________________________________________________________________ DID THEY MAKE A GOOD CONNECTION BETWEEN WHAT THEY HAVE DONE AND THE JOB APPLIED FOR? YES NO INTERVIEWER NOTE: DEPENDING UPON POSITION: COOKING: Do you have 6months to a year of work experience? YES NO Do you have a specialty? YES NO IF SO, WHAT: _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Do you know what restaurants that they are cooking for? YES NO How and why would you be good at a specific restaurant or better still in all around cooking? _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ DEPENDING UPON POSITION.CASHIERING/HOST Can you operate a POS (point-of-sales) cash register? YES NO Do you have good cash handling skills? YES NO How good are you on handling/dealing with complaints?YES NO Would the airport be an exciting place to work? YES NO If so, please explain why. _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Are you a people person? YES NO PLEASE GIVE AN EXAMPLE: _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________
    • Do you enjoy and work well in a constantly changing setting? YES NO Please give me an example or two that demonstrated this. _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Can you work under pressure? YES NO Please give me an example or two that demonstrated this. _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ What does customer service mean to you and how do you make that a part of how you do your job? _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ What is your concept of team work and how does this affect your daily work? _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ DO you have an example in how team work made the difference at being successful? _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ INTERVIEWER IMPRESSION AND/OR SUGGESTIONS: _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ ================================================================== INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE BY TAKING 15-20 MINUTES TO LEARN EVERYTHING THAT THERE IS TO KNOW ABOUT THE COMPANY AND BY DOING THIS YOU HAVE INCREASED YOUR CHANCES OF HEARING “YOU ARE HIRED.” http://www.aramark.com/Industries/CollegesandUniversities/ ===================================================================
    • PSSSS! Hey did ya know? THE AUNTIE SUE & UNCLE BOB USED JOB SHACK JOB BOARD IS NOW ONLINE AT LINKEDIN.COM (You do not need to join Linkedin.com to use BUT, it is a really good place to showcase your skills – as this is the Employer’s and Recruiter’s version of Facebook… And it’sFREE!!!!) http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4550443&trk=hb_side_g SELECT SEARCH (if you are not a LINKEDIN Member) to see all the jobs from the newest job postings to all those golden oldies (maybe the first person didn’t work out or they have another opening…Might be worth a phone call to see???) A PLACE WERE THEY ARE NEVER OUT OF NEW JOB BOOKS? NEED TO FIND A JOB FROM YESTERDAY…THE DAY BEFORE OR LAST WEEK? REALLY TIRED OF TYPING 50 BILLION CHARACTERS TO GET TO A WEBSITE…?
    • Dining Services JOB FAIR AT ASUWednesday, July 10 - 9 am - 3 pm 1290 S. Normal Ave.Tempe, Arizona Aramark is hiring for a variety of food service positions at the ASU Tempe Campus If you have food service industry experience and have excellent customer service skills, WE WANT TO MEET YOU! =============================================== THIS IS A MUST WATCH VIDEO! http://youtu.be/HrGbcQb1JRA