Human Resources - Accelerate to Leadership Program
We’re looking for the new dreamers and doers to join our Accelerate to Leadership (A2L) Program! This early leader development program targets recent college graduates regardless of major and is designed to provide the tools & resources you’ll need to successfully learn the business and set yourself on an accelerated path to a leadership role in the organization!
The A2L Program offers six Career Tracks that provide key milestone experiences specific to each career track. These milestones are standardized nationally across all lines of business. The Career Tracks are as follows:
Direct Sales and Distribution
Information Technology & Bio-medical Engineering/Healthcare Technologies
Human Resources Career Track:
The A2L Human Resources Career Track will provide support of HR functions in either a generalist position or in a specialized department, which could include Talent Acquisition, Compensation, Training & Development, etc.
Responsibilities for this career track may include the following: assist with recruitment, new hire process, training, project management, labor/union management and employee relations.
This position requires a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism as you will have access to sensitive information and may interface with senior management and business clients.
The A2L in a generalist role will serve as a partner with the operation team at the account to ensure HR practices are aligned with operational goals. In order to qualify for this track, you must have a degree in Human Resource Management or experience in an HR related internship/job.
The A2L Program also provides a combination of trainings, structured account experiences, and on-the-job learning. You’ll spend approximately 15% of your time committed to training and structured program activities, with the rest of your time focused on:
Bachelor's Degree required. (Must graduate between May 2015 – July 2017 to be eligible for the FY17 A2L Program)
There are two start dates for the 207 Program: February 20, 2017 and July 17, 2017. All degree requirements must be completed prior to the start date of the program (including any final internship requirements).
Strong organizational and time management skills required.
Leadership skills, inclusive of supervisory responsibilities, team lead in a club/organization, and/or project management.
The ability to communicate in an appropriate, clear, and concise manner with customers, clients, employees and leadership.
The ability to manage through change and ambiguity in a fast pace environment.
Cost control, budget responsibilities or inventory management experience desired.
Ability to work flexible hours, which may include nights, weekends or holidays according to business need.
Ability / openness to relocation according to program / business need
Valid driver’s license preferred
Experience with and knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications
Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by Aramark for this position now or in the future