Sodexo Future Leader Interns

Location US-TN-MEMPHIS
System ID
69442
Category
Intern
Relocation Type
No
Employment Status
Internship

Unit Description

Sodexo is the North American leader for Quality of Life Services. More than 125,000 Sodexo employees work to improve the quality of daily life for our 9,000 client sites and more than 15 million customers each day in North America. Sodexo partners with clients to help them attain their strategic vision by offering Quality of Life Services, including Culinary and Food Management, Engineering and Facilities Management, Housekeeping Management, Nutrition and Benefits and Reward Services.

 

The Sodexo Future Leaders Internship Program offers an exciting opportunity for currently enrolled college students to turn their leadership potential into valuable professional experience and get a head start on their careers.

 

Through practical work experience on site, the intern will acquire the management skills necessary to succeed as a Food Service Manager with Sodexo. The intern will be assigned a MENTOR and participate in professional development webinars. They will also gain practical experience in food production, administration, finance, retail, service, marketing, safety and catering management.

 

Finally, they will conduct peer training and assist the management team as needed. Interns are supervised by, and report to, a General Manager.

 

With opportunities located throughout the United States, we offer you the flexibility to select an internship in the areas where you live or are able to obtain free or affordable housing that works for you. Sodexo does not offer housing to interns at this time.

 

This part time (20 hour/week) OR This full time (40 hour/week) internship will take place at Tenet - Saint. Francis Hospital located in Memphis, TN.

 

 

Why should I apply?

  1. Gain valuable industry experience working with leaders in the hospitality field while being paid $12.50 an hour
  2. Professional development workshops in the areas of Communication, Networking and Interviewing Skills
  3. Mentoring from a Sodexo manager

 

More about Saint Francis Hospital:

 

Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis is proud to have served the East Memphis community since 1974. Our 519-bed facility was the first full-service hospital in the rapidly growing area and has continued to grow since we opened our doors. Our 42-acre campus is home to the hospital, two medical office buildings, the University of Tennessee/Saint Francis Family Practice Residency Building and a four-story parking facility. Our team works to ensure that patients, families and visitors have a good experience while using our services. As a comprehensive medical center, Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis features a wide spectrum of tertiary and acute care, outpatient services, wellness programs and specialty areas. 

 

Opened in 2004, Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett became the first full-service health care facility in Bartlett, Tennessee. We’re committed to providing quality care that serves the needs of Bartlett and all of the North and Northeast Shelby County community. As our community grows, we continue to expand our scope of care and nurture strong relationships with community partners. Our 156 beds allow us to offer medical/surgical services, orthopedic/spine services, mother-baby suites, neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), intensive care unit (ICU) and progressive care unit (PCU). 

Position Summary

Position is part of a formal internship program in professional development in the contract management services industry. Supports business units and assists in projects. Builds skills and knowledge in large corporate and team environment

Qualifications & Requirements

Basic Education Requirement - Current college student with studies in hospitality/food management, facilities management, engineering, communications, human resources, accounting, marketing or another industry related college program.

Sodexo is an EEO/AA/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer.

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