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Aramark Uniform Services (AUS) provides uniforms and related products to more than 400,000 customers nationwide, in virtually every industry. From designing and manufacturing to laundering and delivering, AUS works with local and national clients to create and maintain a total uniform solution that promotes teamwork and establishes a professional identity. AUS operates from over 200 locations nationwide and has an immediate opportunity for a Field Project Leader in Chicago, Illinois.
The Field Project Leader is a highly credible consultative business partner who will be responsible for grounding service processes in two main areas: Strategic Account Installations and Service Recovery consisting of coordinating and executing new Strategic Account business installations as well as managing Service Recovery for Accounts in Jeopardy clients. This position will not have direct reports.
Strategic Account New Business Installations and Service Recovery:
Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience.
**This role is field-based and will be traveling much of the time. Candidates can be based in other states besides Illinois with access to a major airport.