• District Manager 1

    Location US-MA-Boston
    System ID
    72439
    Category
    General Management
    Relocation Type
    Yes - According to Grade
    Employment Status
    Full-Time
  • Unit Description

    Sodexo is seeking a District Manager to support strategic accounts within New England, primarily in the Boston area.  The ideal candidate should reside in the Boston Area. This position will report directly to the SVP and would be responsible for all district operations, client relationships and support new sale opportunities and business development activities.  This district currently supports all food operations but will expand to other services over time. This high-profile District Manager position will supervise 10 to 12 direct reports and $15M in annual revenue. Experience supporting FM type services a plus but not required. Strong leadership abilities, team building, financial acumen, exceptional client relationship skills required.  Must be proficient in Microsoft word, excel and Power Point.

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    Position Summary

    Serves as the primary representative of Sodexo for multiple accounts in a designated geographic area. Responsible for successfully coordinating and directing all activities within the assigned geographic area through subordinate managers, supervisors and employees including financial performance, client retention, and employee training and development. Works with each client and the Vice President in all matters relating to contract and account operations in order to establish and maintain a solid and mutually beneficial business relationship that ensures account retention. Develops a business plan and budget for the accounts with the General Manager's.

    Qualifications & Requirements

    Basic Education Requirement - Bachelor's Degree
    Basic Management Experience - 5 years
    Basic Functional Experience - 5 years

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

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