Human Resources

Human Resources

Now Hiring

ARAMARK in partnership with Northwest ISD is currently accepting across the district for...
  • Food Service Employee (full-time & part-time)
  • Kitchen Managers

You should be energetic and enjoy working with children in order to apply.

Northwest ISD has kitchens in the following cities Justin, Haslet, Trophy Club & Roanoke.
To apply, you MUST complete an online application.

You may also complete an online application at our office at:
Food Service Office
Northwest ISD Support Services Building
1800 Highway 114
Justin, Texas 76247
EOE, M/F/D/V; ARAMARK is an equal employment opportunity employer

Manager In Training Program (MIT)

What is the Manager in Training Program?
A six (6) week hands-on and classroom style training designed to give you the knowledge and experience needed to be a successful new manager.

When and where is the training?
Training starts in January and runs through February.
Training will be in the kitchen as well as weekly classroom style meetings.

Will my hours or pay rate change during the program?

Will I be guaranteed a manager position once I complete the program?

How do I sign up?
Sign up will start in November. Anyone who is interested can sign up through his/her manager. Once all names have been received, we will schedule interviews for those who are interested. After the interview process, the final candidates will be chosen to participate.

NISD Food Service Department/Aramark
1800 Highway 114, Justin, Texas 76247   |  Phone: 817-215-0007   |





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