School caterer hiring more than 2,000 workers as it prepares for students to return in fall
As students return to campuses in the fall, many for the first time in years because of the pandemic, companies are staffing up to meet demand.
Chartwells Canada, part of Compass Group Canada, said it is conducting a hiring blitz as it looks to fill more than 2,000 roles.
The company will be hiring for roles including culinary, customer service and environmental service positions at a number of post-secondary and primary school locations in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, across the East Coast, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and more.
The company has a wide variety of roles available to job seekers, from full time operations leaders and front-line workers to part-time shifts for those who need a bit more flexibility, including returning students.
“We are excited to have students return to campus this fall and see vibrant and energized dining rooms once again come to life in schools across Canada. Our teams are ready to ramp up operations, welcoming new associates who will help us provide nutritious and delicious meals for students. We look forward to meeting candidates with a passion for hospitality and great food,” said Kevin Booth, executive vice president, Chartwells Canada.
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