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Millersville University grads play critical roles in maintaining the exciting, energetic, and productive work environment here at WebstaurantStore. Many Millersville University grads hold prominent leadership positions that provide the drive, direction, and results that contribute to our rapid growth. In addition to all their hard work, they also have a lot of fun working at WebstaurantStore! Check out some of the bios below to meet a few of our Millersville University grads!
The summer before my junior year at Millersville University, I began an internship in the Accounting department of Clark Business Services. After my internship ended, I was made aware of an opportunity within the Logistics department of WebstaurantStore. Having had a great internship experience with the company, I happily accepted a full time position as a Traffic Coordinator. I was very fortunate to be able to discover first-hand what an amazing company WebstaurantStore is to work for before I started my full time position.
Among many great qualities of the corporate culture, there is a huge emphasis placed on employee growth. Since starting with the company, I have attended management-led book clubs and external seminars that have provided me with valuable information that has helped improve my productivity and contributions to our team. There are many opportunities for career advancement thanks to the incredible growth that the company is experiencing. Bottom line, WebstaurantStore is the perfect place to work if you enjoy working in a friendly and team-oriented environment that holds a lot of advancement opportunities.
Thanks to Millersville's Internship and Job Fair, I was able to find employment at WebstaurantStore and was hired as the Traffic Support Professional even before I graduated in 2014! My main responsibility is to audit and pay the carrier freight bills that we receive as a company. This position allows me to utilize the logical and mathematical thinking that I developed studying Statistics at Millersville University. Further utilizing my skills, I was recently promoted to a Pay-Per-Click Analyst!
Through various vendor trainings and hands-on cooking opportunities in our test kitchen, I am continually expanding my knowledge and skills base here at work. Additionally, there is a lot of room for personal promotion within the company because of the growth that we are experiencing. The team leaders and supervisors are always willing to help implement new ideas so that WebstaurantStore can continue to find success.
After graduating from Millersville's Computer Science department in 2010, and completing nearly a decade of work in the retail industry, I finally found my place at WebstaurantStore in 2011. I quickly came to the conclusion that merit was an important facet of employment here. The harder you work, and the more you show your worth, the faster you'll advance.
My managers do a good job of acknowledging my strengths and pointing out ways to improve on my weaknesses, inevitably making me a better software engineer, and a better employee. The quick growth of this company means lots of room for the broadening of your experiences, as I always have a chance to learn something new to better my career. Not to mention, we get a lot of free lunches!
I discovered WebstaurantStore at a job fair during my senior year at Millersville University. When I first started with the company in 2010, we operated on a much smaller scale. Seeing this company grow to what we are today has been an exciting journey! I started in Customer Solutions as a Solutions Representative, and along the way have added Customer Solutions Category Expert and Consultant to my title.
I love making use of the gym after work, seeing dogs in the office, attending product trainings, having birthday lunches every month, and the camaraderie of the employees here. WebstaurantStore has created a fun and motivating work environment, and I count myself very lucky to be a part of it!
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